Final design work completed
The final phase of design work for the restoration of the heritage buildings at Provan Hall is now complete. Glasgow City Council and the Provan Hall Community Management Trust have been working with LDN Architects and a range of other specialist contractors to develop proposals for the restoration work due to start later this year. Key elements of the restoration include a complete renovation of the roof, removal and replacement of internal plaster work, and removal of the harling on the south range to expose the original stonework.
Alongside this GCC and the Seven Lochs Partnership are working with Bright 3D to develop plans for new heritage interpretation, and with Provan Hall Community Management Trust to look at how the restored building will be managed and used after the restoration. The aim is to create a new hub for heritage learning and engagement that reveals the hidden history of Provan Hall through the people who have lived and worked there during its 500 year life span. By bring the building's past to life through a range of events and visitor activities we hope that Provan Hall has a bright future.
If you would like to find out more about the fascinating history of Provan Hall, or would be interested in getting involved in the work of Provan Hall Community Management Trust please get in touch with us at email@example.com