Homes plan for St Enoch | Atkins for Atlantic Square
Homes are planned at the St Enoch Centre
A plan has been submitted to convert part of the St Enoch shopping mall in Glasgow to homes and a hotel as another sign of the shrinking retail landscape.
Sovereign Centros’ wants to transform the former Debenhams building into offices as well as building a four-star hotel and flats.
The property developer has lodged a proposal of application notice and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) scoping request to the City Council with its 15 to 20-year vision for the city centre hub.
A planning application is being prepared for submission later in the year.
Guy Beaumont, director at Sovereign Centros, said: “Central to our vision is creating a more open, accessible place that retains St. Enoch Centre and the city’s strong retail and leisure offer.