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Scottish Civic Trust to provide better services in new home

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Glaswegians will get improved access to conservation and planning information in a restored building officially opened by Prince Charles last week. The Scottish Civic Trust has moved into the city's last remaining tobacco merchant's house, a Grade A-listed building from the late eighteenth century, and will open a public conservation centre. Restoration was by the Glasgow Building Preservation Trust, with McGurn Logan Duncan & Opfer as the architect, and the project has received a £187,500 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Architect Parr Shearer is another tenant of the building.

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