In 2019 we bought this building in Keith Street in Hamilton. Originally a chapel and then a Salvation Army Citadel the building had lain empty for many years whilst developers tried to find a use for it. The empty years led to significant damage and our efforts have largely focused on re-commissioning the building, making it structurally sound and now refurbishing it for future use.

These photos were taken in August 2021 and show the building in a state of rest whilst we await building warrants that we require for the next phase of development.

The building is in a great location. Just off of junction 6 of the M74, within walking distance of public transport hubs and part of a city redevelopment area in lower Hamilton. Scroll down for location details.

Please come back to this page as we will update the images as progress continues.

If you would like to give to the redevelopment you can do so here or contact us for a conversation about specific things you might help with.


Where the building is located.

The building is located in Keith Street in the heart of Hamilton, the county town for South Lanarkshire. It is easily accessible from the motorway network via junction 6 of the M74 as well as public transport rail and bus hubs which are within walking distance.