Since its formation in 1992, SURF has always been based in the important regeneration area of Govan in the south of Glasgow. From 2013 to March 2021, SURF’s main office was the former police station on Orkney Street. This month, SURF has moved to Harmony Row in Govan town centre.

Harmony Row is a historically significant building in Govan that dates from 1886. Formerly St Anthony’s Primary School, it was converted into offices in 1981 by the local community led charity Govan Workspace to support small businesses and create jobs.

SURF is now based in a former Primary School in Govan, Glasgow

Govan Workspace has successfully brought a number of historically important vacant buildings in Govan back into use, including Fairfield Heritage Centre. SURF is proud to be supporting their continued achievements in contributing to the physical and economic regeneration of Govan.

The full address is:

SURF – Scotland’s Regeneration Forum, Unit 15, Six Harmony Row, Glasgow G51 3BB

Please note that SURF staff are continuing to work remotely during the pandemic and the best mode of contact is currently email. Staff email addresses can be found here.

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