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Langside Halls Community Engagement Programme

Langside Halls Community Engagement Programme

Community Engagement Programme, outlining Langside Hall Trust's vision for the future of Langside Halls. Respond to the proposals via the questionnaire on www.langsidehalls.com

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Hoskins Architects

February 05, 2021
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  1. Supported by Image by GCC for Shawlands TCAP From: Kevin

    Kane To: Melanie Hay; Ann@annnisbet.com; Steve Brown Cc: Jen Anderson; Beth Farmer Subject: RE: LHT Logo Date: 05 February 2021 17:32:14 Melanie – can you copy this as an image and stick it on? Kevin LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST Scottish Charity Number SCO44244 Langside Halls Community Engagement Programme February 2021
  2. Langside Halls Trust (LHT) • Locally-based Scottish Charitable Trust, formed

    in 2013 • Run by elected board Board of Trustees • Trust formed by 400 members from the local community • Working in collaboration with local partners Image by Jen Anderson
  3. Community Engagement Programme Purpose: • Provide information about the current

    feasibility study • Feedback on action to previous community consultation • Present plans and proposals for the future • Invite you to get involved by spreading the word and taking part in our online survey Image by Alan Dimmick
  4. History and Heritage • Category A-Listed building of national importance

    • 1847 built as National Bank of Scotland on Queen Street • 1901, moved to Langside Avenue as a public halls • Owned by Glasgow City Council and run by Glasgow Life • Closed to public since 2017 due to boiler and building fabric issues
  5. LHT Aims • Bring Langside Halls back to life •

    Create an accessible and inclusive venue for the local community • Create a venue for programmed social, cultural and well-being activities in tandem with local cultural and social organisations and others
  6. F ILM SCREEN INGS 85.3% ART EXHIB ITION 74% THEATRE

    79% LIVE MU SIC 82% S CREEN ING 22. 1% LIVE MAJ OR SPORT DANCE 4 5.8% COME DY 65.8% MUSI C 59.7% ART & CRAFT 64 .4% HER ITAGE 46. 5% EXERCI SE AND SPOR TS 62.7% TOGET HER 59 .5% COMMU NITY GET THEA TRE 45 .5% DA NCE 4 1.2% COOKER Y 41.8% FILM-MA KING 39. 5% RELIG IOUS & SPIRI TUAL 9.8% What activities do the community want? • Feedback from the local community • 850+ responses to LHT survey • People want Langside Halls to provide the following kind of activities
  7. LIBRAR Y 45.7% SPACE 26.9% HIRE 2 6.6% REHEAR SAL

    PRIVATE SCREENING CRÈC HE 16.6% PARTY/ W EDDING 47. 7% NURSE RY/ MEETIN G ROOMS 32.1 % RESTAURAN T/CAFE 76.9% COMMU NITY CINEMA 69.4% STU DIO 16.4 % OFFICES/ CO-WORKING DESK SP ACE 16.4% RECO RDING What facilities do the community want? • Feedback from the local community • From 872 responses, interest was expressed in the following facilities • Approximately 200 people said they would be interested in hiring the halls for social functions such as weddings, parties and anniversaries
  8. ACCESSIB LE HALLS ACCESSIB LE WCS HEARING LOOP LEGIBLE W

    AYFINDIN G SCREENIN G ROOM MAJOR VE NUE DANCE ST UDIO LIGHTING RIG DRESSING ROOMS GREEN RO OM SOUND SY STEM SOCIAL SPACE POP-UP CAFE POP-UP BAR FINISHIN G KITCHEN What do local organisations want? Feedback from local partners: • Glad Cafe • Southside Fringe • Southside Film Festival • SGHET And also from: • Y Dance • The Common Guild • RAW Theatre
  9. Image by LHT What does the Trust want to deliver?

    Our Vision: • Langside Halls as an active and valued community-managed asset at the heart of Glasgow’s Southside Our Mission: • To deliver a refurbished, community managed and operated Langside Halls with an active cultural and social programme for all
  10. Image by Alan Dimmick LHT’s Values • Community Engaged: A

    community managed and operated venue • Accessible: A Halls and programme accessible to all • Ambitious: Ambitions for the Halls and its cultural and social programme • Collaborative: Work with others to make Langside Halls a success • Sustainable: Low-carbon and sustainable Langside Halls
  11. How will LHT deliver this? Strategic Approach: • A resilient

    and viable future for Langside Halls will require income generation sufficient to meet the operating costs of the building • Income generation prospects will be enhanced with the creation of a variety of venues within the building
  12. An asset based approach • A catalyst for building the

    capacity of and enhancing Southside based businesses and organisations • A platform to reach partners, audiences, customers and participants • The skills and views of the local community will provide the foundations from which other initiatives can build. Image by Alan Dimmick
  13. How will LHT deliver this? • Income generation will involve

    local partners, local communities and other organisations wishing to engage with the local community • Langside Halls will provide an additional set of venue and activity spaces for the South Side • Langside Halls will not duplicate services from existing local businesses – but rather will offer them opportunities Image by Alan Dimmick
  14. Basement Second floor First floor Ground floor Entresol Key building

    issues • Deteriorating building fabric • Inefficient energy performance • Inequality of entrance, level access to side entrance only • Confusing circulation • No level access to upper floors or basement • Lack of compliance with current standards • Limitations on overall capacity
  15. BOTHY LANGSIDE HALLS QUEENS PARK POLLOKSHAW S ROAD LANGSIDE AVENUE

    N M INARD ROAD SHAWLANDS CIVIC SQUARE ACCESSIBLE PARKING  Addressing building issues Building Entrance: • Relocate main entrance to the South to provide equal access for all • Opportunity to make a connection to the Bothy, redeveloping this derelict building in conjunction with the Halls
  16. Basement Second floor First floor Ground floor Entresol Addressing building

    issues Circulation: • Clear and intuitive wayfinding • Level access to all public spaces • Increased capacity and flexibility • Create three “suites” to serve different users (Main Hall, Lesser Hall/Upper Hall and Reception Room)
  17. Impression of proposed entrance area • Main accessible entrance (South)

    • Double height space to increase daylight and building presence • Welcoming space in which to meet and linger • Direct lift access to all floors • Legible wayfinding • Visual connection to external surroundings
  18. Basement Second floor First floor Ground floor Entresol Screening room

    Main Hall Lesser Hall/ Upper Hall Realising Langside Halls potential Opportunity exists to provide 3 suites of rooms providing different sizes/configurations of venue spaces: • Main Hall (capacity 480) • Lesser Hall/Upper Hall (capacity 170) • Screening Room (capacity 50)
  19. Potential uses and users • Langside Halls will accommodate multiple

    users simultaneously and will require to be accessible, attractive and legible for all users and user groups. Local Partners Community Groups Commercial Organisations Private Users Main Hall Glad Café Southside Film South Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust Southside Fringe Various: Arts; culture; leisure; heath and wellbeing; and social activities. Music and Live Performance Promoters Various: Weddings, Functions, Events and Parties Lesser Hall Glad Café Southside Film Southside Fringe Y-Dance Various: Arts; culture; leisure; heath and wellbeing; social activities; education and learning. Music and Live Performance Promoters Various: Weddings, Functions, Events and Parties Cinema / Screening Room Southside Film Southside Fringe Various: Arts; culture; leisure; heath and wellbeing; and social activities. Various: Weddings, Functions, Events and Parties Smaller Meeting Rooms Glad Café Southside Film South Glasgow Heritage Environment Trust Southside Fringe Y-Dance Various: Arts; culture; leisure; heath and wellbeing; social activities; education and learning. Various Bothy To be confirmed
  20. Impression of the Lesser Hall • Rediscovering a hidden jewel

    • Restoring the original room and function • Making the space accessible • Increase its flexibility • Link to Upper Hall (capacity 100) • Lesser Hall (capacity 170)
  21. BASEMENT PLAN 15 20 M SCALE ISSUE CLIENT ©COPYRIGHT GARETH

    HOSKINS ARCHITECTS LTD. COMPANY NO.SC254352 PROJECT +44 (0) 141 553 5800 www.hoskinsarchitects.com 401 South Block, 60/64 Osborne Street, Glasgow G1 5QH DWG. NO. DRAWN BY CHECKED BY P20-006 LANGSIDE HALLS THE LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST REVISION 1:100 at A1 PRELIMINARY BASEMENT PLAN AS PROPOSED P20-006 AL(00)100 MH CCS A FIRST ISSUE - 27/11/20 USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. HOSKINS ARCHITECTS [HA] TO BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO ORDERING MATERIALS OR COMMENCING WORK. TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER HA DRAWINGS, SCHEDULES AND SPECIFICATIONS. ALL DRAWINGS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS. REFER TO CONSULTANTS' DRAWINGS FOR STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES INFORMATION. External escape stair added. Performers' showers and kitchen switched. A 09/12/2020 GROUND FLOOR PLAN 0 5 10 15 20 M SCALE ISSUE CLIENT ©COPYRIGHT GARETH HOSKINS ARCHITECTS LTD. COMPANY NO.SC254352 PROJECT +44 (0) 141 553 5800 www.hoskinsarchitects.com 401 South Block, 60/64 Osborne Street, Glasgow G1 5QH DWG. NO. DRAWN BY CHECKED BY P20-006 LANGSIDE HALLS THE LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST REVISION 1:100 at A1 PRELIMINARY GROUND FLOOR PLAN AS PROPOSED P20-006 AL(00)101 MH CCS FIRST ISSUE - 27/11/20 USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. HOSKINS ARCHITECTS [HA] TO BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO ORDERING MATERIALS OR COMMENCING WORK. TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER HA DRAWINGS, SCHEDULES AND SPECIFICATIONS. ALL DRAWINGS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS. REFER TO CONSULTANTS' DRAWINGS FOR STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES INFORMATION. Basement Plan Ground Floor Plan SCREENING ROOM SOCIAL SPACE WCs MAIN HALL ENTRANCE HALL PUBLIC ROOM Proposed Plans Basement: • Expand Reception Room to create Screening Room (50) with new social space adjacent • Form new Public Room • Relocate WCs to centre of plan Ground floor: • Expanded Entrance Hall • Clarity of wayfinding • Visual connections to external surroundings Support accommodation Social space/public rooms Halls and suites
  22. 0 5 10 15 20 M SCALE ISSUE CLIENT ©COPYRIGHT

    GARETH HOSKINS ARCHITECTS LTD. COMPANY NO.SC254352 PROJECT +44 (0) 141 553 5800 www.hoskinsarchitects.com 401 South Block, 60/64 Osborne Street, Glasgow G1 5QH DWG. NO. DRAWN BY CHECKED BY P20-006 LANGSIDE HALLS THE LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST REVISION 1:100 at A1 PRELIMINARY SECOND FLOOR PLAN AS PROPOSED P20-006 AL(00)104 MH CCS A FIRST ISSUE - 27/11/20 USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. HOSKINS ARCHITECTS [HA] TO BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO ORDERING MATERIALS OR COMMENCING WORK. TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER HA DRAWINGS, SCHEDULES AND SPECIFICATIONS. ALL DRAWINGS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS. REFER TO CONSULTANTS' DRAWINGS FOR STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES INFORMATION. Riser added to kitchen/WC A 09/12/2020 FIRST FLOOR PLAN 0 5 10 15 20 M SCALE ISSUE CLIENT ©COPYRIGHT GARETH HOSKINS ARCHITECTS LTD. COMPANY NO.SC254352 PROJECT +44 (0) 141 553 5800 www.hoskinsarchitects.com 401 South Block, 60/64 Osborne Street, Glasgow G1 5QH DWG. NO. DRAWN BY CHECKED BY P20-006 LANGSIDE HALLS THE LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST REVISION 1:100 at A1 PRELIMINARY FIRST FLOOR PLAN AS PROPOSED P20-006 AL(00)103 MH CCS FIRST ISSUE - 27/11/20 USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. HOSKINS ARCHITECTS [HA] TO BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO ORDERING MATERIALS OR COMMENCING WORK. TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER HA DRAWINGS, SCHEDULES AND SPECIFICATIONS. ALL DRAWINGS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS. REFER TO CONSULTANTS' DRAWINGS FOR STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES INFORMATION. 20 M SCALE ISSUE CLIENT ©COPYRIGHT GARETH HOSKINS ARCHITECTS LTD. COMPANY NO.SC254352 PROJECT +44 (0) 141 553 5800 www.hoskinsarchitects.com 401 South Block, 60/64 Osborne Street, Glasgow G1 5QH DWG. NO. DRAWN BY CHECKED BY P20-006 LANGSIDE HALLS THE LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST REVISION 1:100 at A1 PRELIMINARY ENTRESOL PLAN AS PROPOSED P20-006 AL(00)102 MH CCS FIRST ISSUE - 27/11/20 USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY. DO NOT SCALE FROM THIS DRAWING. ALL DIMENSIONS IN MM UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE VERIFIED ON SITE BEFORE PROCEEDING WITH WORK. HOSKINS ARCHITECTS [HA] TO BE NOTIFIED IN WRITING OF ANY DISCREPANCIES PRIOR TO ORDERING MATERIALS OR COMMENCING WORK. TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ALL OTHER HA DRAWINGS, SCHEDULES AND SPECIFICATIONS. ALL DRAWINGS TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH ENGINEER'S DRAWINGS. REFER TO CONSULTANTS' DRAWINGS FOR STRUCTURAL AND SERVICES INFORMATION. Entresol Plan First Floor Plan Second Floor Plan GALLERY VOID ABOVE ENTRANCE VOID ABOVE MAIN HALL LESSER HALL WCs PUBLIC ROOM VOID ABOVE LESSER HALL UPPER HALL Proposed Plans Entresol level: • Double height to entrance hall • Technical booth to support Main Hall First floor: • Rediscover and make the Lesser Hall fully accessible Second Floor: • Upper Hall - use independently or as a support space to Lesser Hall • Visually open up Lesser Hall from the balcony Support accommodation Social space/public rooms Halls and suites
  23. Impression of Screening Room • Provide 50 seater Screening Room/

    performance space • Retractable seating to allow for flexibility of use (e.g. spoken word, one-person shows, comedy, talks/lectures etc.) • New adjacent social/ reception space for up to 50 people for pop-up coffee and/or bar etc.
  24. Impression of Main Entrance and Main Hall • A welcoming

    entrance fit for a public building of this scale • Enhanced arrival and foyer experience • Space to meet and socialise • Potential for pop- up café / bar
  25. Basement Second floor First floor Ground floor Entresol Proposal for

    Langside Halls • Improved entrance providing inclusive access for all • Protecting heritage • Providing a much needed community facility • Creating a new programmable venue for Glasgow’s South Side • A sustainable, long term plan • Addressing Langside Halls carbon footprint
  26. Image by Alan Dimmick • Aim to create a sustainable

    Business Plan for Langside Halls • Balance community, private and commercial uses through a social enterprise model • Differential pricing will ensure access for local communities and local organisations, while maximising income from commercial users Business Planning
  27. Image by Alan Dimmick • Income generation from users and

    user groups will have to be supplemented with additional income sources • These will include: local fundraising, working in partnership with Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Life and others • Grant income for specific activities Business Planning
  28. Image by GCC for Shawlands TCAP From: Kevin Kane To:

    Melanie Hay; Ann@annnisbet.com; Steve Brown Cc: Jen Anderson; Beth Farmer Subject: RE: LHT Logo Date: 05 February 2021 17:32:14 Melanie – can you copy this as an image and stick it on? Kevin LANGSIDE HALLS TRUST Scottish Charity Number SCO44244 Feasibility Study by: Funded by: