More than 1,700 homes could be built at the St. Enoch Center as owners plan to convert to a shopping mall.
A newly unveiled master plan shows property developer Sovereign Centros striving to create new shopping and entertainment venues. Convert the former Debenhams building to offices. Build four star hotels and flats.
Plans submitted to Glasgow City Council Looking at the future of the famous city center and how it can be developed in the next 15 to 20 years.
Guy Beaumont, director of the Sovereign Centros, said: “Our vision is to create a more open, accessible space that maintains the St. Enoch Center and the city’s strong retail and entertainment offering.
“We want to build a more diverse range of uses, ensuring better connectivity to the Clyde River.
“All of this reinforces Glasgow’s position as one. World Class floor
“It’s important that we work with key stakeholders and engage with locals, and we look forward to sharing more details on the proposals soon.”
Sovereign Centros has applied to Glasgow City Council for a long-term vision notice (PAN) and environmental impact assessment (EIA) scoping request for the St. Enoch Center.
Before a planning Application being prepared for submission at the end of the year.
Sovereign Centros says the master plan re-envisions the St. Enoch Center to become “Scotland’s most mixed-use development, including retail, leisure, entertainment, hotels, offices and city centers.” The focus is on housing. ”
The proposals respond to the vision and objectives of the recently adopted City Center Strategic Development Framework of the Glasgow City Council.
This is a total of 2.5 million square feet of space and the development is expected to be carried out in several phases over 15-20 years.
The autonomous Centros and the project team – which includes architect, Leslie Jones Architecture and Planning Consultancy, Isoni Projects – will hold more public consultations with key stakeholders in the coming months.
More information on public consultation and details of how to participate, feedback sharing and feedback will be available in the coming weeks.
Glasgow City Council leader Susan Aitken said: “We are working with our partners in the private, public and educational sectors to build a city center that is as attractive as possible to live, work, study. Doing, coming and going and investing
“The city center is changing now as it faces new challenges and prepares for new opportunities, and we welcome any proposal that demonstrates the continued confidence of investors in the region’s future, and It can help us renew our economy. ”