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Civic House

Built 1920
26 Civic Street
G4 9RH

Civic House, based in Speirs Locks, North Glasgow, was built in the 1920s for ‘Civic Press LTD’ – a print works that specialised in the publishing of posters and publications for unions and political movements. In 2016 it was acquired by non-profit community interest company Agile City to convert its use into a public venue, canteen and workspace.

Email: hello@civic-house.com
Website: http://civic-house.com

Other Information

Travel

Nearest Train and/or Subway: Cowcaddens Subway Station
Parking: Yes, but limited. Cycle parking available

Accessibility

Physical Access to Building: Limited Access (only part of the building is fully accessible (e.g. ground floor is wheelchair accessible but other areas are only accessible via stairs – please explain below)
Further details: The ground floor is fully wheelchair accessible. The first floor is only accessible via stairs.
Facilities: Seating, Toilet, Wheelchair Accessible Toilet

Organisation

Organisation Information:

Agile City is a non-profit community interest company that create spaces for work, events and learning. We operate across two buildings – Civic House and the Glue Factory – and deliver a public programme of events, talks and workshops that explore cultural and social approaches to city development.

Both Civic House and the Glue Factory are based in Speirs Locks, North Glasgow.

Visit This Building

Tour Saturday @ 3pm – Booking essential  

Tour duration: 1 hour