COUNCIL Set To Dispose Of Historic School Site For Housing

2 November, 2021 | Listed / Historic Buildings, Schools

A HOUSING association is being lined up as the new owner of the old Haghill Primary School site in Glasgow’s East End.

Demolition of the B-listed structure, in Marwick Street, Dennistoun, is underway after it fell into “a state of considerable disrepair” because of “prolonged vacancy and the lack of any investment”.

The three-storey school building with basement and a two-storey schoolhouse date from the early 1900s and take up a whole block. The school closed in 2004.

Councillors are being asked to agree off-market disposal to Milnbank Housing Association.

A report by officials states: “Due to the dilapidated condition of the subjects, the council has commenced the demolition of the school building, with the demolition costs being part-funded by Glasgow City Council and the purchaser.

“The purchaser’s proposals will include retention of some of the original architectural façade with sandstone/materials from the demolished building being repurposed for inclusion in the new-build residential development, subject to conditions agreed with the planning department.”

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