Green light for St Enoch Square flats conversion



ADP has secured planning permission from Glasgow City Council to deliver apartments on the upper floors of two buildings in St Enoch’s Square.

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The application sought to convert the empty offices located at 26 to 36 St Enoch Square into 26 flats.

Twenty-two of the flats will have one bedroom and four will be two-bedroom duplexes.

The building at 34/36 St Enoch Square is B-listed.

Externally the proposal involves the replacement of roof lights, roof repairs, façade repairs and replacement windows.

Increasing residential property within the city centre is part of a strategy by Glasgow City Council.

A supporting statement submitted alongside the proposal reads: “St Enoch Square was historically designated to be a residential square and so these proposals reintroduce residential back into St Enoch Square and will provide Glasgow City Centre with much needed central living.”

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