At City Property, our vision is to positively invest in the inclusive growth of Glasgow's economy. We want to deliver quality services tailored to the different needs of our stakeholders. By working closely with our partners, we want to help our local communities benefit from the city's success and we participate in a number of initiatives to help achieve this.
COMMUNITY ASSET TRANSFER
Whilst, City Property Glasgow (Investments) LLP (CPGI), is not currently in scope of the Community Empowerment legislation governing the transfer of land or buildings to the community, it is recognised that there are certain types of buildings and land within the CPGI portfolio that may potentially be suitable for Community Asset Transfer.
In view of this, CPGI has developed a voluntary framework in respect of Community Asset Transfer and welcome the opportunity to work with local communities where there is an expression of interest in asset transfer.
Find out more on our Community Asset Transfer page HERE.
PREMISES SEARCH ASSISTANCE
Whilst the City Property Glasgow (Investments) LLP (CPGI) property portfolio is commercial; we do always try to provide assistance to third sector organisations and charities seeking premises whenever we can.
To help us understand your property requirements, we ask that you please complete and return a Premises Search Form in the first instance. The information that you provide will help us to identify any suitable premises for rent that we may have currently or in the future. Please download a Premises Search Form from our publications list HERE, and return the completed form to email@example.com
Whilst we appreciate that budgets may be limited, we do recommend checking the available space within our commercial portfolio. You can find details of the properties which are currently being marketed on our website HERE, or by contacting our agents Graham and Sibbald Surveyors.
FREE CHARITY PITCH
City Property Markets can provide a free pitch to registered charities for fundraising at our Farmer Markets in Shawlands and Partick or at Blochairn Car Boot Sale. There must be items (with the exception of food and drink) for the public to purchase in exchange for money to then be donated to the specified charity. Alternatively, the charity pitch can be used for information purposes and to raise awareness with items such as leaflets, posters and other advertising materials.
All that we require is an email or letter on company headed paper from your chosen charity confirming they have authorised you to raise funds on their behalf.