First look at ex-Rangers star Kenny Miller's home set to be demolished in 'rebuild' project

The house will be partly demolished and rebuilt.
The house will be partly demolished and rebuilt. -Credit:Instagram @s2_arch

A Glasgow-based architecture firm have taken on a huge project transforming the home of former Rangers player Kenny Miller.

S2 Architecture, nestled in Bishopbriggs, are working with the 44-year-old former professional footballer and his wife, Laura, to give their new home a makeover.

It will be partly demolished, extended and "significantly altered", with planning permission for the build said to have been approved.

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The firm shared their vision on social media, and wrote: "We received planning consent... to partly demolish, extend and significantly alter their new house (basically rebuild).

"S2 were tasked of viewing the property, explore its potential and based on our proposals and suggestions, our clients bought the house and we thereafter progressed for a planning submission.

"With consent now in place we are hopeful that construction works will start late summer."

Kenny, the former Old Firm striker who also played for Celtic, enjoyed three stints at Ibrox during his playing days, winning seven trophies. But after a short-lived first managerial job at Livingston and brief stints at Falkirk and Huddersfield, the ex-Scotland international has found it hard to find a way back into coaching.

He admitted that he'd jump at the chance to take on a role - whatever the level - at Rangers and believes he could add value to Philippe Clement's coaching staff, footballscotland reports.

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