End of the road for A listed Glaswegian garage?
February 8 2010
It follows a prior 2007 attempt to demolish part of the historic structure, believed to be one of the first examples globally of a multi storey car park.
Owner Arnold Clark and architect firm Keppie want to construct new residences in the body of the structure and will spend £1.5m restoring a feature enamel tiled façade. It is argued that the shell of the structure is structurally unsound.
Though recommended for approval campaigners have vowed to fight the plan, arguing that the garage can have a viable future if funding can be sourced for repairs.
Image taken by Ben Cooper.
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