An independent charity that funds heritage projects in Glasgow
We give out almost £1million in funding each year to help people in Glasgow protect, repair and promote the city's historic buildings and places.Find out about our grants
CPD: Interior Language and Redevelopment of Paisley Town Hall
Join us for this CPD, delivered by Steven Coulson, which explores the process of the refurbishment, including the design team’s research and insight into their methodology for renovating this historic building.Book now
Online talk: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: In Conversation with Ranald MacInnes
Following on from the Professor David Walker screening, we will hear more about how the conservation movement in Glasgow has developed in the intervening years.Book now
GCHT Annual Report 2019-2020
Find out more about how we've helped Glasgow's heritage and communities in the last year.Read the report now
Online talk: Community Ownership of Historic Buildings
Find out more about the routes to ownership available to communities concerned about vacant and at-risk historic buildings.Book now
Looking Up & Looking Out for Tenements
Download our tenement owner's information guide on the different features of a traditional tenement, and checklists to manage your maintenance!Download Link
About Glasgow City Heritage Trust
Glasgow City Heritage Trust is an independent charity and grant funder. Through our grant programmes we enable projects which promote the understanding, appreciation and conservation of Glasgow’s historic built environment.
We have publicly accessible headquarters in the historic heart of the Merchant City; pop in to view our exhibitions, get advice on maintaining historic buildings and come to our talks and workshops!
Past Grant Awards
Since the Trust’s inception in 2007, we have grant-aided some of Glasgow’s most well known and well loved buildings. Find out more about the projects we support.