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Updated plan to turn Buchanan Street storage units into flats

The building of Buchanan Street, Glasgow <i>(Image: Sourced)</i>
The building of Buchanan Street, Glasgow (Image: Sourced)

A bid to create flats above Glasgow city centre retail units has taken a step forward.

Planning permission is being sought to transform office and storage units, some of which are empty, on Buchanan Street into liveable spaces.

As the Glasgow Times reported in October 2021, permission was granted for a change of use.

Now, applicant Buchanan Properties is bidding to make changes to the building to facilitate the plans.

Glasgow Times:
Glasgow Times:
Glasgow Times: Inside the building
Glasgow Times: Inside the building

Inside the building (Image: Sourced)

From 101 to 107 Buchanan Street, there are retailers such as Kiehl's, Timpson, News Plus, Bier Halle and Mountain Warehouse.

Above them, the first-floor unit will become a two-bedroom flat, while on the second floor, two one-bedroom, one two-bedroom and one three-bedroom apartments are planned.

On the third floor, there will be a two-bedroom home.

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Glasgow Times: First floor plan
Glasgow Times: First floor plan

First floor plan (Image: Sourced)

 

Glasgow Times: Second-floor plan
Glasgow Times: Second-floor plan

Second-floor plan (Image: Sourced)

Glasgow Times: Third floor plan
Glasgow Times: Third floor plan

Third floor plan (Image: Sourced)

Glasgow City Council planning bosses are considering the application and a decision can be expected by Tuesday, January 16.

The last day for comments is Wednesday, December 20.