Plans for conversion of Shawlands townhouse tweaked
Holmes Miller Architects are to formalise plans for the conversion of seven townhouses in Shawlands.
The plans for the properties located at 10-22 Camphill Avenue in Glasgow have been altered to include a full programme of restoration to allow the developer to build a mix of one and two-bedroom flats.
Acting on behalf of Kelvin Properties, the architects will establish off-street parking within back gardens accessible of an existing lane accessible from Langside Avenue.
All existing dormer windows will be removed and reinstated to ensure they fit more harmoniously with the new homes, with all original ironwork repaired and stonework cleaned, repaired and repointed.
The developers will also replace all window sashes in their existing case frames with new double glazing units, Urban Realm reports.
A resubmission of a previously refused scheme, the latest proposals forgo the creation of three mews properties and pull back car parking from the site boundary to preserve a bank of mature trees.