John McIntyre and Hetherington buildings

Kirsteen M Fraser made this Freedom of Information request to University of Glasgow

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Kirsteen M Fraser

Dear University of Glasgow,

Please provide the following information with regards to the John McIntyre building and 13 University Gardens (the former Hetherington Research Club building).

Current proposed layout of the John McIntyre building and all previous revisions to these plans/proposals. Please provide architectural/building plans, as well as any accompanying text, reports or minutes of discussions or meetings on the proposed layouts. Please also include details of the proposed allocation of rooms/space in the John McIntyre building (in terms of organisations or use to which a space is allocated) and all previous proposed allocations.

What is the current use of the ground floor space in the south/southwest section of the building which formerly housed John Smiths Bookshop? Additionally, please list all use that has been made of the space since John Smiths Bookshop vacated the space circa August 2009 (including the purpose for which the space was used, the organisation which was granted use of the space and the periods of use)?

What is the intention of the current refurbishment being undertaken of the John McIntyre Hall, that formerly housed the John McIntyre Cafe?

What is the current intention with the vacant ground floor space at the south/southeast section of the building that formerly housed Disability Services? Are there any current intentions to reuse the space; if so, please provide plans, reports or minutes of any discussions/meetings regarding the space.

When was the decision to renovate the now defunct Hetherington Research Club into teaching space taken? Please provide details of all proposals to date for the use of the space since the closure of the HRC, including architectural/building plans, as well as any accompanying text, reports or minutes of discussions or meetings on the proposals.

Yours faithfully,

Kirsteen M Fraser

FOI Office, University of Glasgow

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Dear Ms Fraser,

Further to your Freedom of Information request, dated 31 May 2011 timed 23:05 hours, please find letter of acknowledgement attached.

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Dear Ms Fraser

Due to the large volume of paperwork received in relation to your FOI Request (our reference FOI 2011/151-F0146961) I would be grateful if you could please provide a postal address in which to send your response to you once it has been processed.

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Dear Ms Fraser,

I would like to advise you that the University's response to your Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002 request dated 31 May 2011 timed 23:05 hours is now ready for collection.

As you advised in an email, you stated that you would like to come over to collect your response in person. Please contact us on the number below to arrange a convenient time. Please note our office closes at 5pm.

You will find that the University's response to your information request is in PDF (Portable Document Format) file(s) attached to this email.

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