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DECISION Delayed On Major Argyle Street Office Development

COUNCILLORS delayed a decision on whether several buildings in Glasgow City Centre can be demolished to make way for a £95million office block. The 14-storey, 378,000-square-foot building is proposed for a high-profile site bounded by Robertson Street, Robertson Lane,...

GO-Ahead Given For More Than 100 Riverside Flats In East End

A DEVELOPMENT of more than 100 flats -- including conversion of a C-listed former school -- has been approved for a site beside the Clyde at Dalmarnock. The project at Carstairs Street involves four building elements -- with a total of 111 flats -- plus a public...

REPRIEVE For Glasgow East End Listed Building

CITY officials have rejected a plan to demolish a listed building in Glasgow’s East End. The planning department refused an application seeking to knock down 75 Tobago Street. It's owners had already appointed a demolition contractor who had prepared a method...

HUGE Wetherspoons Pub Set To Open In A-Listed Former South Side Cinema

JD Wetherspoon plan to open a pub with room to cater for hundreds of people in a historic building on Glasgow's South Side. The company has applied to make alterations to premises in Moss Side Road, Shawlands. The A-listed building opened as the Waverley Picture House...

MOST Of B-Listed Former Glasgow School To Be Knocked Down For Housing

PLANNERS have agreed that nearly all of a Glasgow school of special historic interest can be demolished to make way for a residential development. Only the distinctive central entrance facade at the B-listed former Drumoyne Primary School building in Shieldhall Road...

FLATS And Holiday Rooms Plan For Former Glasgow Hospice Premises

NEW plans have been drawn up to turn the former Prince And Princess Of Wales Hospice in Glasgow into flats and build a block of holiday letting rooms. The development at 73 Carlton Place proposes 28 car-free apartments in the B-listed building. How the development is...

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