Developing Glasgow: Plans submitted to convert historic B-listed Dennistoun building into 8 new apartments

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The site on Craigpark in Glasgow’s East End could be converted into new homes

Plans have been submitted to Glasgow City Council to convert a B-listed building in Dennistoun into eight one-bedroom apartments.

The site in question is the former Dennistoun Baths building on Craigpark which dates back to the 19th century and was most recently used a snooker hall.

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A statement included with application documents explained: “The proposal presents an opportunity to deliver a vibrant and viable alternative use for a landmark listed building with unique features, which has been vacant for approximately four years.

“The current proposal would see a redundant listed building brought back into use, with a sensitive redevelopment scheme, allowing for its future maintenance and retention.

“The interventions to historic fabric are all required to bring the building up to a modern living standard and provide necessary infrastructure. However, the overall character of the building would be respected.”

Glasgow City Council are currently assessing the application.

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