Living with a large education faculty on your doorstep can be extremely challenging for residents that face the comings and goings of a large community of students and lecturers.
How do residents in local areas combat this, and live with it? How are students and lecturers advised with regards to keeping the local community happy?
Glasgow Clyde College, Cardonald Campus, based in an idyllic location on the outskirts of Cardonald is found in the middle of a housing estate.
Residents are faced with a number of parked cars on the street everyday and it is something they have had to adapt to, taking away from the idyll of the location.