Provan Hall in Auchinlea Park in the Easterhouse area of Glasgow, is a Category A listed building with medieval origins and associated rich architectural, social and cultural heritage. The buildings are in need of considerable repair to improve and protect their fabric and to give them a long-term, more sustainable future by enhancing their presentation, interpretation and facilities for the community and visiting public.
The Provan Hall project is a critical part of the Seven Lochs Wetland Park, a 17sqkm area which spans the Glasgow and North Lanarkshire boundary. The Provan Hall buildings themselves, together with a proposed new visitor facility within the park, will become a ‘gateway’ centre including a café, toilets, meeting and exhibition space, giving better access to the extensive natural and cultural heritage on offer.
A new community led Trust – the Provan Hall Trust – is currently being developed to ensure the buildings and park are looked after and appropriately managed to: protect their heritage significance; provide facilities and resources for the community; encourage more visitors; and generate an income to make them more sustainable.
Through this project we hope to secure the future of this important asset and celebrate the heritage. Please take a few minutes (maximum 10) to complete this survey to help us plan this exciting and important project by sharing your views and ideas – thank you! By completing this short survey you will not only help inform and shape the proposals for the restoration of the buildings and park, but you could also win £100 of Glasgow Fort shopping vouchers!