November: Essential repairs were carried out at St Kentigern’s Church to stabilise one of Lanark’s most important historical assets. The building has been strengthened by two linked L-shaped restraint brackets which will support the gables of the structure in order to prevent possible gale damage. JSK Construction Services were appointed by South Lanarkshire Council to carry out the repair work with design approval by Historic Scotland.
December: The Development Trust received funding from LEADER to commission a Feasibility Study into the tourism attraction potential of St Kentigern’s Church.November
July: The Moffat Centre presented the St Kentigern’s Church Feasibility Study to the Lanark Community Development Trust Board.
September: Remedial building works commenced to halt the deterioration of this 11/12th Century iconic local Scheduled Ancient Monument and the adjoining Grade B listed Mausoleum
The roundabout near the entrance to St. Kentigern’s is officially named, and is know known as the ‘St. Kentigern’s Roundabout’
The electricity and gas substation that is adjacent to the site is upgraded to transform their appearance. This is part of a wider plan LCDT has of improving the access and appearance of both St. Kentigern’s and Deadman’s Lane. For more information on the Deadman’s Lane redevelopment please visit that project page.
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