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St Peters Seminary, Cardross - Conservation Assessment

St Peters Seminary, Cardross - Avanti Architects Report

Built in the 1960s to great acclaim, St Peter’s Seminary at Cardross is one of Scotland’s most important 20th Century buildings. Unfortunately, the educational complex has lain empty since the 1980s following structural changes within the Church.

Despite many attempts, a new use has never been found for the building in its superb landscape setting.. In partnership with Historic Scotland and Argyll and Bute Council, the site’s owners, the Archdiocese of Glasgow, commissioned a report from Avanti Architects to assess the building’s condition and potential future use.

This thoroughly researched and well-presented report and consultation responses can now be accessed below:

PDF icon Contents [pdf, 28.4 kb]
PDF icon Title and Credits [pdf, 312 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 1 - Introduction and Executive Summary [pdf, 720 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 2 - Summary Description of the Original Asset [pdf, 2.79 mb]
PDF icon Chapter 3 - Statement of Significance [pdf, 3.59 mb]
PDF icon Chapter 4 - Conditions of Building and Landscape related to Significance [pdf, 7.34 mb]
PDF icon Chapter 5 - Definition of Options [pdf, 50.4 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 6 - Proposed Schedule of Works Options 1, 2 & 3 [pdf, 2.77 mb]
PDF icon Chapter 7 - Proposed Schedule of Works for Conserving Immediate Setting [pdf, 1.09 mb]
PDF icon Chapter 8 - Scheme for Public Access and Works to form New Country Park [pdf, 652 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 9 - Maintenance Schedule & Site Safety [pdf, 36 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 10 - Cost Summary of Defined Options [pdf, 73.7 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 11 - Enabling Development [pdf, 225 kb]
PDF icon Chapter 12 - Appendices [pdf, 3.71 mb]

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