DENTISTRY Plan For Empty Retail Unit At Princes Square, Glasgow

13 June, 2018 | News

PLANNING officers are getting their teeth into any application to turn an empty shop at upmarket Glasgow shopping centre Princes Square into a dentistry business.

The proposal for a dentist/orthodontist clinic is for Unit 40 on the first floor at the centre in Buchanan Street.  It was previously occupied on a series of temporary leases by Castle Galleries which has relocated to Queen Street.

A document submitted with the change-of-use application states that the unit has been marketed since 2010 but there have been no long-term lease offers for retail use.

It continues: “An occupier has now come forward who wishes to take a long lease on Unit 40 and operate a dentistry business from there.

“The business will offer services including dental implants, orthodontics, and facial aesthetics using technologically-advanced treatments and renowned clinicians, dental technicians and suppliers.”

The application stresses that the centre owners intend to maintain their focus on Princes Square being a high-quality shopping, restaurant and leisure destination.

The proposal is pending consideration by Glasgow City Council.


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