A DECISION on whether a hotel can be built at Pacific Quay in Glasgow has been put off by councillors.
Instead of giving a verdict on the Holiday Inn proposal, Glasgow’s planning committee today agreed to arrange a hearing about the development.
This will feature a presentation by officials as normal but will also allow those who support or oppose the application to contribute, giving the committee the fullest possible information before making a decision.
The 150-bedroom, eight-storey hotel with rooftop bar/terrace is proposed for a site beside the STV headquarters.
Twelve letters of support have been received by the council but planners have recommended refusal because Glasgow’s development plan limits use of the land to business or industrial purposes.