Scots Obtain New Baha’i Center

November 1, 2005

Source: Baha'i World News Service

On November 1, 2005 the Baha'i World News Service reported, "An elegant Baha'i center in the Scottish capital has been obtained after a united effort by the local and national Baha'i communities. The center, at 44 Albany Street, is in the historic Georgian New Town area of the city, within the building conservation zone and close to Edinburgh's central business and shopping district. The four-story building has many spacious rooms suitable for the reception of distinguished visitors and for meetings of the Baha'i Council for Scotland, the Local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Edinburgh, and the Baha'i community in general. The search for a center began after a call in 2003 by the Universal House of Justice to the National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United Kingdom to find a new center to replace the existing one, which could no longer meet the needs of the community."