Glasgow activists ‘re-open’ disused building to house Cop26 visitors

Glasgow activists ‘re-open’ disused building to house Cop26 visitors

Council property has been restored to habitability by locals after reports of activists having to sleep rough

Activists in Glasgow have “re-opened” a disused building to house climate justice campaigners visiting the city for the Cop26 summit, as those forced to camp because of lack of affordable accommodation face plummeting temperatures.

The Glasgow city council property in Tradeston, a former homeless services unit, has been restored to habitability over the past few days by a group of local activists frustrated at reports of visitors forced to sleep rough.

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