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Muir Smith Evans
Planning

TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE SCOTLAND REGUALTIONS 2013

Notice ID: GL1338076

Notice effective from
7th July 2017 to 6th August 2017

TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (SCOTLAND) REGUALTIONS 2013
Notice Under Regulation 7(2)(b) Pre-application consultation by Study Inn Investments (Hanover St) Ltd (the prospective applicant)

Proposed Development on land bounded by North Hanover Street, Cathedral Street, North Frederick Street, and Queen Street low-level railway line, Glasgow (Metropolitan Tower) For proposed change of use from educational college (Class 10) to a mixed-use scheme to include (A) hotel (Class 7) (with related ancillary facilities including, but not limited to, a restaurant, a bar, and a leisure facility), (B) conference and meeting facilities (sui generis), (C) residential (sui generis), with a range of other supporting uses including (D) retail (Class1), (E) financial and professional services (Class 2), and (F) café/restaurant (Class 3), all of the above to include partial demolition of podium building on Cathedral Street, erection of new building in its place, reconfiguration and refurbishment of existing buildings, public realm works, and related engineering works. A Public Exhibition will be held in Public foyer of the Metropolitan Tower, City of Glasgow College, North Hanover Street, Glasgow. Date and time: Saturday 29 July, 2017 from 10.30 to 16.00. Further information may be obtained from Muir Smith Evans, 203 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HZ or bmuir@muirsmithevans.co.uk . Persons wishing to make comments on the proposal should do so by 4pm on Tuesday 8 August 2017 to Muir Smith Evans at the above address. This notice does not relate to a planning application and comments should not be made to Glasgow City Council. Any comments made to the prospective applicant are not representations to the planning authority. If a planning application is subsequently submitted to Glasgow City Council, normal neighbour notification and publicity will be undertaken at that time and you will have the opportunity to make formal representations regarding the proposal at that time. Signed, Muir Smith Evans, on behalf of Study Inn Investments (Hanover St) Ltd Date 7 July 2017.

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