We distributed a leaflet and a pocket guide on behalf of Glasgow City Council, in association with Sustrans Scotland, in the Woodside area of Glasgow which is situated to the West of the city centre, between the River Kelvin and the Forth and Clyde canal.
The leaflet was advising local people about an online consultation and community engagement via a public drop in event relating to the Connecting Woodside project which is aimed at promoting a number of changes to improve the environment, increase road safety, improve public spaces, encourage cycling, as well as reducing journey times.
In addition to distributing the leaflet, we also distributed a ‘Connecting Woodside’ project pocket guide which was a 4-page booklet giving information about the aims of the project to transform the Woodside area into a safe and enjoyable place for people to live in and travel through and where everyone has the opportunity to travel by foot or bike.
It has illustrations showing what the proposed changes may look like, including enhances public spaces, segregated cycle lanes, more pedestrian crossings and secure bike parking sites.
The leaflets and pocket guides were distributed to both residential and businesses in a specific area that was specified by our client so it was essentially a boundary distribution.
We used our ‘RAS’ Software to calculate the number of residences and businesses located within the area defined by the client so that we could be sure that they supplied us with enough leaflets to ensure that all of the area was covered.
Company: 2112 Direct Marketing T/A 2112 Leaflet Distribution, 29 Meikle Crescent. Hamilton ML3 7AQ
Registration No: SC352956
VAT Registration No: 971 0992 00