PLANNERS have agreed that a historic Glasgow building — last used as a tribunal court and offices — can be turned into a 98-bedroom hotel.
GLASGOW planning officials are recommending that permission is given for a huge office development in the City Centre which will involve demolition of a B-listed building.
PLANNERS have agreed that a B-listed Glasgow City Centre building — once assessed by structural engineers as “incapable of repair” — can be converted into flats.
GLASGOW City planners have agreed that an empty office building in Nitshill can be used as a nursery.
A GLASGOW City Centre restaurant may have to think about a name change if planners agree to its expansion proposal.
DISCOUNT supermarket chain Lidl look set to open a store in Finnieston.
THE site of a former primary school in the south side of Glasgow has been transformed into 45 new affordable homes.
A NEW school has been completed at the Commonwealth Village site in Dalmarnock. It is open for the public to have a look round on Tuesday (13 August) from 2 to 8pm.
A COUNCIL decision refusing permission for a large rotating TV screen outside Celtic Park has been overturned — but the club will not be allowed to show video on it.
A MASSIVE housing development has been approved for a Dalmarnock site that’s been vacant for more than 50 years.