Office plans submitted for Glasgow’s West Campbell Street

Proposals have been unveiled to replace Corunna House on Glasgow’s West Campbell Street with a 12-storey block.

Plans submitted to Glasgow City Council by M&G Real Estate will see the current vacant office block demolished to make way for 275,000 sq/ft of net grade A floorspace.

Designs by Cooper Cromar included a ground floor retail/restaurant and basement car parking, with a tenth-floor setback offering opportunity for outdoor terraces.

In seeking approval the architects wrote: “The redevelopment of 29-39 Cadogan Street offers a rare opportunity to regenerate this micro location within the core Central Business District and will act as a catalyst for major regeneration in the area. The scale of development is also critically important, as it provides the opportunity to secure a large-scale occupier, inward investor or potentially public sector occupier.”

Options are being explored with Glasgow City Council for the removal of on-street parking on both sides of Cadogan Street to accommodate new planting and public realm, basement access will be provided off Holm Street.

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