1920s development on market

Former police HQ likely to be demolished

Former police HQThe former police headquarters building in Glasgow’s Pitt Street has been put on the market and is likely to be demolished to make way for a new development.

The 190,000 sq ft site in the west of the city centre was vacated by Police Scotland which has relocated to a new head office in Dalmarnock.

The site was first developed in 1924 and the building used by the Scottish College of Commerce before being taken over by the then Strathclyde Police in 1975.

Mandy Watson, from property agents Ryden, said: “This is an exciting and rare opportunity and we look forward to bringing the property to the market. The site is well connected and would suit a whole range of uses.”

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