CRCEES move to new building

The lead partner in the CRCEES consortium at the University of Glasgow has relocated to their new permanent location for the duration of the project. Members of the Department of Central and East European Studies, and CRCEES staff have moved from temporary accommodation in the Hetherington Building to No. 8 Lilybank Gardens.

The Department of Central and East European Studies is also due move to No. 9 Lilybank Gardens at the end of the academic session 2006/2007.

The CRCEES building, previously accommodating the Computer Science at Glasgow University, is a Victorian Terrace that is amongst the traditional style of building found in the Westend of Glasgow.

As its new use as home of the CRCEES, No. 8 Lilybank Gardens hosts a seminar suite on the ground floor and accommodates nine offices spread over the building's three floors. The seminar room is fitted with an extensive range of audio/visual equipment and is used as a teaching, seminar and meeting space.

How to find us

The CRCEES building (No 8. Lilybank Gardens) is located in the Gilmorehill Campus of Glasgow University, and can be found off Great George Street, in the Westend of Glasgow.


Lilybank Gardens can be easily accessed by public transport, and by car/motorcycle, with a Glasgow City Council car park located nearby and pay-and-display on street parking. The immediate area served by an underground station (Hillhead) and regular bus services (Byres Road and Great Western Road).

Access to the building

CRCEES building can be entered via the main front doors of No. 8 Lilybank Gardens during normal working hours (9am - 5pm) with access outwith the normal hours for events, or by special arrangement.

Further contact details of CRCEES staff member can be found on our website. For additional information on any of the above, please contact the CRCEES administrator.

First published: 5 January 2007