14 storey office plans lodged for historic Glasgow building



the_StillPlans have been submitted to turn the former Distillers’ House in Glasgow into 100,000 square feet of new office space.

Property developer Whiteburn Projects aims to keep the main historical elements of the B-listed red sandstone building in Waterloo Street, with a 14-storey structure built behind it.

It is being advised by property specialists JLL and Phil Reid Associates, with Bennetts serving as architects.

Edinburgh-based Whiteburn hopes to receive planning consent for the project, to be known as The Still, later this year.

David Kilgour, projects director, Whiteburn, said: “The Still will be a building where innovative new ways of working will harness all the elements of today’s rapidly changing technological and cultural environment.

“We‘re convinced The Still will become a building where professional and creative, firms flourish. There will be a real sense of creative urban energy at The Still.”

Work would begin in 2017 with completion scheduled for 2019.



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