North Glasgow Integrated Water Management System

The Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership (MGSDP) is a multi-agency partnership working to deliver a range of projects addressing existing drainage infrastructure, water issues and flooding throughout metropolitan Glasgow, which encompasses seven local authority areas.

The Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership (MGSDP) is a multi-agency partnership working to deliver a range of projects addressing existing drainage infrastructure, water issues and flooding throughout metropolitan Glasgow, which encompasses seven local authority areas.

These projects include flood alleviation, river water quality improvement, and environmental improvement schemes. The MGSDP is also undertaking a range of studies and research as part of their development plan.

Scottish Canals will play a dynamic role, which will see the canals contribute more public value than ever before, enhancing the partnership’s ability to consider innovative solutions to mitigate flooding and support economic growth and environmental improvements across the metropolitan Glasgow area.

Dynamic Water Management

Notes to Editors

The Metropolitan Glasgow Strategic Drainage Partnership (MGSDP) is a partnership formed by organisations involved with the operation of the sewerage and drainage network within the area – Scottish Water, Glasgow City Council, Scottish Canals, South Lanarkshire Council, Clyde Gateway, Scottish Enterprise, Renfrewshire Council, East Dunbartonshire Council and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).