Proposals put forward to demolish B-listed Glasgow city centre building

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The building close to the St Enoch Centre could be knocked down

A historic Glasgow building near to the St Enoch Centre could be facing demolition after a property company proposed plans to knock down the building.

As part of a redevelopment plan, Regent Property are to soon begin public consultation about replacing the building at 86-90 Maxwell Street as well as the neighbouring building on at Fox Street.

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Under the development plans, the buildings would be replaced with a hotel/short-stay apartments which means that both could be completely demolished.

The building on Maxwell Street is B-listed and dates back to the late 1860s having been constructed for McCorquodales Printers.

Regent Property will be holding a public consultation event on Wednesday February, 28 from 3pm-7pm, in the foyer at Granite House on Stockwell Street.

More information about the proposals can be found here.

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