Glasgow City Council

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An appeal has been submitted after Glasgow planners refused a plan for serviced apartments at a B-listed Glasgow city centre townhouse next to a music venue. The change-of-use and listed building applications involved empty offices at 266 St Vincent Street next to King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.

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Glasgow City Council has approved plans for a site in Cathcart to be used as a residential development.  Officials approved an application seeking planning permission in principle for a block of flats at the junction of Newlands Road and Tankerland Road.

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Glasgow City Council is being asked to approve off-market disposal of land to Thenue Housing Association for the delivery of 45 homes for social rent. The Association hopes to develop land at Lily Street and Connal Street, beside Springfield Road, which was previously occupied by Dalm

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Carmichael Homes (Scotland) Ltd has submitted revised plans to build flats beside the ferry slipway at Yoker in Glasgow. The firm has applied to Glasgow City Council seeking planning permission in principle for a block of apartments on vacant land at Yoker Ferry Road.

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Glasgow-based architect O’DonnellBrown has submitted plans for new homes for young care leavers in Maryhill on behalf of UK charity Barnardo’s. The practice won a competition last year to design the purpose-built accommodation that addresses the needs of young people.

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Stanton Brook Estates' appeal to overturn Glasgow City Council's refusal of a plan for 46 flats in Dennistoun has been unsuccessful.

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Glasgow City Council yesterday approved its Strategic Housing Investment Plan for the city over the 2021-26 period, a time which will see £469.71 million affordable housing supply programme grant funding made available with the aim of building an additional 4,400 affordable homes.

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An amended plan to convert the empty floors above a KFC restaurant in central Glasgow into apartments has been submitted to Glasgow City Council. Nine flats are proposed in the vacant second and third floors and the new roof accommodation at 106 Renfield Street.

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A renewed attempt to gain planning permission to turn empty B-listed Glasgow City Centre premises into serviced apartments has succeeded. Glasgow City Council planners have now approved plans submitted by Gosal Properties to convert the upper floors at 125 Douglas Street, above left, near Sauchiehal

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