A B-listed former church in the heart of the West End is facing demolition.
The facade of Hillhead Baptist Church on Cresswell Street had been due to be retained under existing plans to convert the building into modern apartments.
But the developer and building's owner Wemyss Properties now says the structure has deteriorated too much to save it.
A public exhibition is being held today Tuesday June 20 to give people more details.
A team will be at Hillhead Library on Byres Road between 3pm and 7.15pm to answer questions about the future of the building.
Wemyss Properties is inviting people to fill out a feedback form which it says will be used to shape what happens next.
Several design options are being made available for people to see.
A website also gives the planning history of the site and information about what is now proposed.
Originally constructed in 1883, concerns about the structure of the building go back more than 20 years, according to Wemyss.
It was closed to the congregation in 2004 and has lain empty and disused since then.
In 2021, planning permission was granted for 29 flats within the retained facade of the building.
It is clear from the surveys undertaken that the building is deteriorating quickly, more so than anticipated.
Wemyss Properties notified Glasgow City Council that the roof needed to be removed as an emergency measure, with demolition works commencing in January 2022.
Subsequent inspections of the building have revealed further problems, according to Wemyss Properties.
A background paper reads: “It is clear from the surveys undertaken that the building is deteriorating quickly, more so than anticipated.
“Future repair work will be extensive and increasingly costly, compounded by the significant rise in construction costs and the inflationary situation.
“Given this situation, Wemyss Properties has inevitably had to subject its original assumptions to rigorous tests to determine the likely costs and viability of the project.
“An independent development consultant was commissioned to undertake an analysis of the ability to progress the current development approach.
“Based on this, a new planning application is being progressed.”
A second consultation event will be held in September at a date yet to be confirmed, but again at Hillhead Library.
Exhibition material, detailing the proposed development, will be available to view on the website from 9am Tuesday June 20.