The Committee held evidence sessions regarding the impact of the June 2018 fire upon the iconic Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh building. The Committee’s evidence sessions focussed on the management and custodianship of the Mackintosh building and its collections. The Committee also examined the future of both the building and the collections. The Committee's Report The Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh Building – The Loss of a National Treasure was published on 8 March 2019.
The Committee recieved the following evidence:
Supplementary written evidence
On 17 May 2019, the Committee received a response to the report from Glasgow School of Art, along with accompanying documents.
The Committee received a statement from the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service in response to the Report, dated 20 May 2019.
On 31 May 2019, the Committee issued a statement in response to the Glasgow School of Art.
The Committee received a response to the report from the Scottish Government on 13 June 2019.
The Minister for Community Safety wrote to the Committee with an update on 31 March 2020:
Evidence received for meetings
Thursday 20 September 2018
Evidence was received for this meeting from Malcolm Fraser, Roger Billcliffe, Anthony Sully and Ewan Kennedy
Thursday 25 October 2018
Evidence was provided by Kier Construction and Page\Park Architects (272KB pdf)
Thursday 15 November 2018
Evidence was provided by Glasgow School of Art. Supplementary evidence was also received from Page\Park Architects, Roger Billcliffe, Stuart Robertson, Garnethill Displaced Residents Group, Stewart Kidd, Professor Tony Jones and Dr. Katrina H. Brown
The Committee met to discuss the Glasgow School of Art on the following dates:
2nd Meeting, Thursday 17 January 2019:
29th Meeting, Thursday 15 November 2018
26th Meeting, Thursday 25 October 2018
23rd Meeting, Thursday 20 September 2018