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‘Glasgow’s tallest building’ plan to be unveiled

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Plans for a 30-story tower block in Glasgow downtown area are being revealed as a component of a public interview.

Engineers Watkin Jones Group are proposing to obliterate Portcullis House on India Street at Charing Cross to clear a path for the new structure.

The firm intends to develop a form to-lease and co-living improvement involving 825 units, including shops, a bistro and a collaborating space.

Whenever conveyed, the advancement could be the tallest structure in Glasgow.

  • Co-living is a network based lodging model with shared common regions, enhancements and even suppers.
  • Portcullis House was inherent the 1970s and later got home to HM Revenue and Customs.

With public interviews suspended as a result of the pandemic, a computerized meeting occasion will be held somewhere in the range of 15:00 and 20:00.

Any proposals for changes during the public counsel will be remembered for a report going with future applications.

Watkin Jones Group has presented a proposition of utilization notice (PAN) to Glasgow City Council, educating regarding their aim to present an arranging application following an interview time of in any event 12 weeks.

  • It bought Portcullis House in August 2020 after the workplace block was set available to be purchased in May.
  • The firm said that subject to arranging, the improvement will be finished in 2024.

Iain Smith, Group Planning Director from Watkin Jones, stated: “We’re excited to be allowing people in general to see our recommendations for Portcullis House and give input.

“BTR and co-living offer excellent leased convenience at serious costs to a wide-going segment. There is enormous interest in Glasgow for this model which offers long haul security of residency, joined with the adaptability of leasing.”