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   St.Clement's Church of Scotland, Brook St. Bridgeton


Built as St Clement's Parish church and hall in 1877 (Dictionary of Scottish Architects) and is understood to have been incorporated into the David Dale College (later the Glasgow College of Building and Printing) in the early 1950s, as a gymnasium.      Architects were James Keith Dempster

Church of Scotland's St Clement's Brook Street


St.Clement's Church
It closed down in 1950 on uniting with the Church in London Road jcn Brook St
which became known as London Road St.Clement's Church

Development History
December 2007: External inspection reveals the buildings appear to have been empty for some time. The roof of the main building has been replaced with corrugated metal sheeting. The windows are boarded over.
October 2010: External inspection finds the building remains derelict. Temporary roofing is damaged in a number of areas on the south elevation. There are cracks and holes in many of the window panes. There are damp patches on the masonry.
20 November 2013: Local planners report the hall has been brought back into use. The church itself would appear to remain disused.
10 June 2014: External inspection finds the church remains out of use, the associated hall in use as business units. The condition of the church remains poor.
                                                                                                                     (Buildings at Risk, Register for Scotland)
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