The next stage of a major retail and leisure development on the banks of the Clyde is set to get the green light.
Shops, restaurants and a cinema are planned for land at Castlebank Quay, Pointhouse Quay and Yorkhill Quay.
Planning permission in principle has previously been agreed and now Glasgow councillors are recommended to approve more details.
Developers are planning to build ‘urban lifestyle outlets’ – with proposals including over 20,000m² of retail units, more than 10,000m² for leisure uses and restaurants/bars totalling almost 4000m².
“The concept has been developed through the applicants earlier commercial experiences at Gloucester Quays and Lowry Outlets, Manchester, and are promoted as being the opposite of a traditional, enclosed shopping mall,” a planning report, submitted on behalf of Glasgow Harbour Ltd, states…