How to get advice
Housing and General Court Department
Fleming House, 134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6ST
Telephone 0141 353 3354 or freephone 0800 316 8450 to make an appointment with one of the project’s solicitors at LSA’s offices, 3rd Floor, Fleming House, 134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6ST. (view map
Call in at one of the drop-ins at Fleming House.
North Glasgow Advice Centre, 1169 Royston Road, Glasgow, G33 1EY (view map
Telephone 0141 770 7869 to make an appointment.
Inverclyde Housing Rights Project
Telephone 01475 725665 to make an appointment.
Call in at one of the drop-ins on Tuesdays and Thursdays (10am to 1pm) at 9 Sir Michael Street, Greenock. (view map
Preventing Homelessness Project
Fleming House, 134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow, G3 6ST or North Glasgow Advice Centre, 1169 Royston Road, Glasgow, G33 1EY.
Telephone for an appointment on 0141 353 3354 to see a lawyer at Fleming House or 0141 770 7869 for an appointment at North Glasgow Advice Centre.
Call in at one of the drop-ins at Fleming House or North Glasgow Advice Centre.
Tenants – if your case is calling at the Glasgow Sheriff Court Eviction Court on Wednesdays, go to the LSA advice desk which takes place every Wednesday immediately before the Eviction Court sits at 9.30am and 1.30pm, please arrive early.
The advice desk is situated immediately outside the court room inside the building and is available to all tenants whose cases are calling in court that day.
Homeowners – if your case is calling at Glasgow Sheriff Court Ordinary Court on Friday mornings, go to the LSA advice desk outside the courtroom. The advice desk is available half an hour before the court starts. Please arrive early.
Rough sleepers/street homeless – if you have nowhere to stay, LSA can provide you with emergency advice and representation. Simply call in at any of LSA’s drop ins or, alternatively, the street homeless specialist drop in on Thursdays from 10am to 1pm.
Important information to bring with you to your first appointment, if possible:
- All the papers and documents directly relevant to your case, particularly any court summonses or papers.
- Proof of identity such as passport or driving licence.
- Proof of where you are living such as a utility bill, for example, electricity bill or a letter to you at your home address.
- Up-to-date details of your income such as a wage slip or letter from the Benefits agency.