PUBLIC information events about the multi-million pound Pollok stables and courtyard restoration project take place next week.
The A-listed stables and sawmill in Pollok Country Park are being turned into a net-zero carbon living heritage centre and community and visitor attraction with cafe and shop.
The project is based around reintroduction of Clydesdale horses to the park, and the development of traditional power generation into modern renewable technologies.
The attraction will involve social enterprises and community groups, and will provide opportunities for training and employability, in order to develop local environmental stewardship and contribute to sustainability and wellbeing goals.
Drop-in events take place at Pollokshaws Library on Tuesday 18 April, between noon and 7pm, and at Pollok Civic Realm on Tuesday 25 April between 10am and 7pm.
Glasgow City Council was awarded £13million from the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund for the scheme.