CPD: Saving a Building At-Risk – Works at 202 Hunter Street

Photograph of a red sandstone building in a terraced row

Wednesday, 26th June | 1:00-2.00pm | Online via Zoom and In-Person at GCHT’s office on 54 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LQ 

Join GCHT for a CPD looking at the challenges and opportunities of successfully conserving an at-risk building. 

202 Hunter Street, located in Glasgow’s East End, is a former potato and grain warehouse which has been on the Buildings at Risk Register for over ten years. In this CPD, attendees will get to hear from Paul Barham of Barham Glen Architects about the recent works that have been done to save the building and convert it into housing. 

He will discuss the evolution of the project and the developer’s vision for the site, and how the immediate repair priorities were identified. He will also look at issues such as fire strategy, commercial use of the ground floor, and adapting flat designs to the building’s layout, all while ensuring the long-term sustainability of the redevelopment. 

This event will be held both in-person at our office on 54 Bell Street, Glasgow (with light lunch provided) and streamed online via Zoom. Please pick the appropriate ticket option for you below.

£10 per person / £5 for students


All sessions are recognised by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) as being capable of contributing to the obligatory CPD requirements of Full Members (see www.ihbc.org.uk)

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