Vision for Landmark Building

14 Jun 2011

BAM Properties has been outlining its proposed vision for one of Glasgow's landmark buildings, 110 Queen Street, which it recently acquired.

The company is currently engaged in a consultation process, prior to lodging a forward planning application with Glasgow City Council, at the end of the summer.

Situated in the heart of the city centre, opposite the Gallery of Modern Art, 110 Queen Street occupies a prominent position on the corner of Queen Street and Ingram Street. It is proposed to transform the site by demolishing the existing building (pictured above), creating a mixed used development offering retail and office space, totalling an impressive 225,000 sq ft.

Michael Smart, Development Director, (Scotland and North of England), BAM Properties, said: '110 Queen Street is a significant and very exciting project for our business.  It's a great opportunity to replace an uninspiring building developed back in the sixties into a modern building which will greatly enhance the visual impact of this prime area.'

Public enquires surrounding the building can be emailed to the development architects, Cooper Cromar, at or telephone 0141 332 2570.