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FIFTEEN More Bedrooms Proposed For Blythswood Square Boutique Hotel

PLANS for a "world-class boutique" hotel in a historic Blythswood Square building have been expanded. Developers Marshall CDP already have permission for a 44-bedroom venue but have now applied to create a 59-bedroom hotel at the Glasgow City Centre location. The new...

MAJOR Govan Dock Development Is Sunk By Planners

GLASGOW planners have refused permission for a massive mixed used development proposed for the historic Govan Graving Docks and neighbouring basin. Developer New City Vision, which owns the site, had applied for planning permission in principle for more than 700...

CONSENT Given For Major Glasgow City Centre Office Development

PLANNING permission has been given for a 14-storey grade A office development in Glasgow City Centre. Whiteburn Developments have been given the go-ahead for a 100,000 square foot project at 64 Waterloo Street, to be known as The Still. Above, and below right, how the...

BOUTIQUE Hotel Plan For A-Listed Merchant City Building

A BOUTIQUE hotel is being proposed for the upper floors of a historic Glasgow City Centre building. An application has been lodged for a 15-bedroom development at 53 Virginia Street, commonly known as The Jacobean Building. Documents submitted to the City Council...

MASSIVE Glasgow Custom House Hotels Development Unveiled

PLANS have been unveiled for two hotels, with a total of around 450 bedrooms, at a historic riverfront site in Glasgow City Centre. If approved, the development at the Custom House site on Clyde Street at Dixon Street, would feature a four-star, 294-bed Clayton Hotel...

HIGH Quality Apartments Plan For A-Listed Glasgow City Centre Building

A HIGH quality flats conversion is being proposed for a Grade-A listed building beside the Clyde in Glasgow City Centre. Planners are being asked to approve refurbishment of empty premises at 48 Carlton Place Seven apartments would be formed; five in the main house...

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