A DECISION on plans for a major flats development in Glasgow’s Merchant City has been put off by councillors.
Instead of giving a verdict on the Ingram Street 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.
Artisan Real Estate’s proposal for 65-97 Ingram Street features four buildings, ranging from four to six storeys, accommodating 109 apartments plus ground floor commercial space.
The land, between Albion Street and Candleriggs, is currently used as a car park and features a landmark mural on an adjacent wall.
Planners have recommended approval but there have been around 140 letters of objection were received from members of the public and organisations.