Plans for major refurbishment of Tay House approved

Plans for major alterations to Glasgow’s Tay House have been approved.

London & Scottish Investments successfully applied for planning permission to carry out a refurbishment of the office building on Bath Street - one of Glasgow’s most well known buildings.

What alterations are to be carried out?

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The designers argued that the location of the building’s entrance, which sits on the corner of Bath Street and Newton Street, is a major issue.

The report describes the current entrance as ‘cramped’ and says there are safety risks, as it sits next to a busy road.

The entrance will now be moved further along the Bath Street facade, with the current entrance area turned into a business lounge.

Other changes include the full refurbishment of the reception area, the building of new cycle storage, changing facilities, fitness suite, and the installation of new external lighting.