HOTEL Proposal Threatens Disused Historic Building

19 February, 2024 | Hotels, Listed / Historic Buildings

A PROPERTY company is proposing to knock down an empty listed building in Glasgow City Centre as part of redevelopment plans.

Regent Property is due to start public consultation about replacing 86-90 Maxwell Street and neighbouring 40 Fox Street with hotel/short-stay apartments.

Maxwell Street at Fox Street

Both premises, which are behind the St Enoch Centre, would be demolished under the plans.

The Maxwell Street building is B-listed and was constructed around 1868 for McCorquodales Printers. It features on the Buildings at Risk register.

Before submitting a planning application, Regent is holding a public consultation event on Wednesday 28 February from 3 to 7pm, in the foyer at Granite House, 1-33 Stockwell Street, and also has a website about the proposal.

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