THREE new student accommodation complexes have opened in Glasgow in time for the new new academic year.
A 300-bed £35million facility located close to Glasgow City Centre has been developed by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Soller Group.
The site in Dunblane Street, Cowcaddens, formerly contained a bus depot, latterly used for parking, and is near the conservatoire and beside the National Piping Centre.
Amenity space includes a dance studio, a gym, a cinema, practice rooms, private patios, landscaped courtyards, several roof terraces and a sky lounge.
A £40million complex with around 400 student beds, has been provided on former Glasgow shipyard land.
Scotway House, developed by Structured House Group (SHG), is on the site of the former Meadowside Shipyard drawing office in Castlebank Street on part of the Glasgow Harbour development area.
There is space for two restaurants, a library, study rooms, screening rooms, private dining, and a co-study area.
Meanwhile, Boyce House, above, is a nine-storey 400-bedspace building on the former Watson Printers land bounded by Kyle Street, Stafford Street and Calgary Street.
It includes a reception area, common room, gym and 201-space cycle store.