One of Perth's most high profile empty buildings has reached a "major milestone" with the start of restoration work.
A plan to transform a dilapidated former “eyesore” Perth church into a £2 million open civic space has received positive responses from residents, it’s been revealed.
Escaping from the winter weather, I took Inka for a walk in the shelter of the woods beside Capo Quarry, lying just off the Lang Stracht, the long, straight road running from the Upper Northwaterbridge to the foot of the Glenesk road. The woods are criss-crossed with roe deer tracks and there’s plenty of interest for dogs.
The search for suitable firms to promote the site of a dilapidated Perth church will begin when it is completely refurbished.
Internal work to clean out a dilapidated former Perth church that has seen nearly 50 tonnes of pigeon mess removed and a cull of the birds is nearer completion.
Work is progressing on transforming a dilapidated former Perth church into a £2 million outdoor space.