The Prince’s Regeneration Trust held its eighth BRICK workshop in Glasgow on 21 January 2015.  The day included discussions and presentations on asset transfer and site/building ownership issues, crowdfunding, community shares, long term project viability and some interesting case studies of successful heritage regeneration projects in Scotland.

Click on the links below to access the presentations from the workshop.


Presentation by Biljana Savic from The Prince’s Regeneration Trust about BRICK. Find out how to get mentoring support, pro bono help and make the most of our BRICKwork website.

CASE STUDY: Maryhill Burgh Halls, Glasgow

Gordon Barr, Projects and Development Officer (North), Architectural Heritage Fund & Hunter Reid, former Project Coordinator, Maryhill Burgh Halls Trust share their lessons learnt from the regeneration of their community halls.

Asset transfer – an introduction

Linda Gillespie talks through the steps for asset transfer, including a useful roadmap that ensures that you’re asking the right questions before you start your project.

CASE STUDY: Govanhill Baths, Glasgow 

Andrew Johnson shares the story of their regeneration journey so far and what’s next for the project.

Crowdfunding – an introduction and Buzzbnk

A presentation from Theresa Burton, founder of Buzzbnk, on the basics of crowdfunding and whether it is the right method for your project.

Community shares – an introduction

A presentation on Community Shares Scotland and how this type of investment could serve your community project.

CASE STUDY: Govan Workspace, Glasgow

Pat Cassidy, Managing Director of Govan Workspace shares the lessons the team learnt during their regeneration project of the dock.


If you have any questions about your regeneration project then you can get in touch with the PRT Team and other community groups via the discussions page. We look forward to hearing from you.