The Glasgow Open Space Strategy (OSS) is a strategy that sets how the city of Glasgow (United Kingdom) can utilise its open spaces in order to increase the city's livability, the health and well-being of the residents and flora and fauna and the long-term resilience in relation to issues such as climate change. The strategy was adopted by the Glasgow City Council in 2020 and it sets out a long-term vision for the city's open spaces and provides an overarching framework to guide the development and implementation of supporting strategies and action plans. The strategy develops a set of accessibility, quality and quantity standards for open spaces in the city, which help to determine where open spaces should be enhanced or new open spaces provided in the city. The OSS is informed by a number of other strategies including the Council's Strategic Plan 2017-2022 and the City Development Plan and has informed development of other strategies such as the Local Biodiversity Action Plan.