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Calton heritage and learning centre plans submitted

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August 10 2011

Calton heritage and learning centre plans submitted
The new Housing Association have submitted a full planning application for the construction of heritage and community centre in Calton, Glasgow, adjacent to their existing offices.

Located on the corner of London Road and Tobago Street on the former Templeton Memorial Garden the £280k community hall will accommodate a public foyer, store and kitchen.

Designed by Mast Architects, a social housing focused practice based in Glasgow, the Calton heritage and learning centre will be constructed from clay block and adjoin a planned development of 20 flats and a residential care home.

Thenew is the original name of the mother of Mungo, patron saint of Glasgow, which was later corrupted to Enoch.

3 Comments

George Michael won't use it
#1 Posted by George Michael won't use it on 10 Aug 2011 at 16:41 PM
That is not a community hall.

That is a public urinal with windows.
derek quinn
#2 Posted by derek quinn on 10 Aug 2011 at 22:50 PM
good to see it at this stage of planning. Its a big step in the right direction considering there is absolutely no other suitable, or available, venue for the area. I just hope we have some suitable soft landscaping.
"El"
#3 Posted by "El" on 12 Aug 2011 at 15:49 PM
Just hope they don't use the same tiles as the plinth of the adjacent flats.
They're just not my cup of tea.

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