The Association was extremely disappointed today to become aware of vandalism to the new signage on Tresta Road (opposite Gilshochill train station).
The signage was installed with the purpose of providing a friendly message to persons coming into our community, whilst positively promoting Cadder.
John McShane, Customer Services Manager said: ‘It is extremely disappointing that the new signage has been vandalised within days of being installed and that the Association will have to pay for replacing the stolen lettering. This act of vandalism does not convey the message that the signage is intended to make of our great community’.
The Association is working with the Cadder community, Police Scotland and the site contractor, McTaggart Construction, to try and identify the person(s) responsible. If you have any information that could help our enquiries, please contact Lyndsey Callander, Customer Services Coordinator (Tel: 0141 945 6709 / Email: email@example.com). Any information given will be received in the strictest confidence