RESTAURANT Plan For Prominent Former Dennistoun Bank

1 June, 2021 | Food and Drink

PLANNERS are being asked to agree that empty bank premises in Dennistoun can be turned into a restaurant.

A change-of-use application has been submitted for the ground floor and basement at 424 Duke Street. Previously a branch of the TSB, the accommodation has been vacant for some time.

No details are given in planning documents about what kind of restaurant it would be although it is expected that the operating hours would be Sunday to Thursday 10am to 11pm and Friday and Saturday 10am to midnight.

A planning statment include with the application comments: “The proposed change of use of this vacant bank into a restaurant will see a new dining experience introduced into the street.

“The new restaurant will complement other establishments in the area and contribute to the area’s appeal for both residents and visitors alike.”

The application is the latest among several made by Sava Estates looking to secure food/drink consent for older Glasgow buildings.

Permission was obtained for former bank premises in Govan and an empty betting shop in Partick but a takeaway bid for a bank building in Springburn was refused.

The Duke Street proposal is pending consideration by city officials.

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