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October 7 2008

Bath St rejuvenation
Glasgow's hotel rush shows no sign of abating with an application for Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent being lodged for conversion of a group of former town houses at 204-206 Bath Street into a hotel.  The B listed buildings comprise a section of Adelaide Place, designed by Robert Black around 1839.

The proposals from Riach include provision for a contemporary block of accommodation to the rear access at Snewmilnsiehall Lane.  This melds with the town house by way of a top lit atria space to improve internal circulation.

Many original features such as decorative staircases, cornicing, doors, skirting and skylights remain present although spaces have been subdivided.  This will be reversed.

The street will be activated by public use of the impressive brick vaulted basement and ground floor areas.



Bath St rejuvenation
Bath St rejuvenation

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