**Sold Out** Taking Care of Your Tenement: Looking Up and Looking Out

Photograph of a red sandstone building in Glasgow's Merchant City

**Sold Out** Saturday 2nd March 2024 | 11am – 1pm | Meet at 54 Bell Street, G1 1LQ

Concerned about the current state of your tenement? Not quite sure what sort of repair work might need to be done? 

Then join GCHT and Under One Roof for an investigative walk around the Merchant City, looking at the area’s traditional tenements and analysing maintenance and repair issues. 

You’ll have a chance to learn about some of the most common issues historic buildings face, how to tackle repairs and the maintenance work that should be done as we head into spring. 

After the walk, we’ll be having a drop-in event from 12pm – 1pm at GCHT’s office on Bell Street, where you’ll have the opportunity to ask our experts your questions about taking care of a historic tenement. 

Please dress for the unpredictable Glasgow weather and wear comfortable shoes! 

Free, booking essential

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