A project to redevelop rundown stables and return Clydesdale horses to Glasgow’s largest park is set to move forward with a £13m investment from the UK Government.

There are plans to turn the ‘at risk’ stables and sawmill within Pollok Country Park into a net-zero carbon ‘living’ heritage centre and visitor attraction.

They include a hydro-electric turbine at the sawmill and working stables offering a “hands-on experience” for families.

Glasgow councillors will be asked to accept £13m from the UK Government, provided through the Levelling Up Fund, when they meet on Thursday morning.

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