Situated in Pollok Country Park, Pollok Stables and Sawmill are currently undergoing a restoration and redevelopment job as part of a £15.5 million, three-year plan to turn the A-listed building into net-zero and carbon neutral Living Heritage Centre.
Clydesdale horses are also expected to return to site in the south side park as part of the plan.
The refurbished attraction will provide training and employment opportunities for local people, as well as a café, shop, and spaces for schools, community groups and social enterprises.
Stewart McDonald, MP for Glasgow South said:
“The Pollok Stables and Sawmill refurbishment is making impressive progress and I applaud the fantastic work being done by Glasgow City Council on this invaluable heritage site.
"The Stables will not only be a wonderful tourist attraction, but also a valuable education centre for schools across Glasgow as well as a brilliant local employer.
"I look forward to seeing the finished product in 2025 and would like to congratulate the work of all those involved in the restoration on the progress made so far."
Newlands/Auldburn Councillor Sean Ferguson said:
“It was brilliant to catch up today with Stewart McDonald MP for a tour of the Pollok Stables and Sawmill. There has been fantastic progress made on the site and I know the return of the Clydesdale horses is eagerly awaited.
"I am very excited to hear about how the site is being developed back to it's former glory and I can't wait to see further developments in due course."