COUNCILLORS today put off deciding whether a listed building can be knocked down and replaced with flats.
CCG (Scotland) Ltd, Partick Housing Association and Hanover Scotland want to transform a site between Bearsden Road and Crow Road, near the Forth and Clyde Canal at Anniesland.
Their planning application is being recommended for approval by city officials.
The proposals include demolition of the former Temple Hills Sawmill offices, which operated from the site in the 1930s. The building — some of which is C-listed — was later the Canal Bar and Restaurant but has been vacant since 2005.
The development would have 46 two-bedroom affordable flats spread across two blocks.
Glasgow’s planning applications committee agreed to visit the site and hold a hearing into the proposal.
A hearing allow those who support or oppose the application to address councillors.