Established in 2007, Glasgow City Heritage Trust champions the city’s unique architecture and built environment and promotes and encourages the understanding, appreciation and conservation of Glasgow’s historic buildings for the benefit of the city’s communities and its visitors, now and in the future.
Every year we help to fund important conservation projects across Glasgow, and encourage people to gain a better understanding of our historic buildings and places.
2017 marked the tenth anniversary of the Trust and a suitable point to look back on what we have achieved over the last decade. To celebrate we invited you to explore our archives and discover just a few of the fantastic conservation projects the Trust supports.
While our city of glamour and grit may give the impression of solidity and permanence, it does require great care and careful conservation if it is to be passed on to future generations. The volume of requests for grant funding we continue to receive every year shows how much there is still to do across Glasgow to conserve, enhance and promote the unique built heritage of our city.
Glasgow City Heritage Trust is an independent charity supported by Glasgow City Council and Historic Environment Scotland.