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A Building at Risk is usually a Listed Building or a building located in a Conservation Area which is vacant and/ or in poor condition.
The national Buildings at Risk Register for Scotland is maintained by Historic Environment Scotland.
Glasgow has over 100 buildings on the national Buildings at Risk register, the reasons behind this statistic include:
We have a role to accumulate an accurate picture of the numbers and causes of Buildings at Risk, to engage with owners and third parties, to seek solutions and to guide Council procedures in terms of taking action on this subject.
For information on action to take if a property you own becomes vacant, please see the links below:-
To find out if you are in a conservation area or your property is listed view the Property Search register.
If you suspect that any building poses a danger to the public, please report this to Building Standards Service using the details found Dangerous and Derelict Buildings.