The public is being invited to view proposals for a prominent development site in Finnieston.
And the event is taking place online later this week.
Keltbray Developments is interested in a new residential and commercial development at Finnieston Street, Glasgow.
The mixed-use scheme includes - “residential use, live/work units, commercial use – retail and/or food and drink outlets, associated parking, open space, infrastructure, and landscaping”.
The 2.39-acre brownfield site was formerly a car dealership and before that a post office vehicle depot and brass foundry.
A proposal of application notice (PAN) has been submitted to City of Glasgow Council.
That is not a formal planning application but heralds the developer’s intent to seek permission.
Before that happens, the developer needs to carry out a 12-week period of consultation over its proposals.
Keltbray says a digital consultation event will be held as part of this process.
According to Keltbray, the Scottish Government asks that developers use online engagement methods due to the ongoing Covid pandemic.
As part of the consultation, the development team will be available online www.orbitconsultations.scot/finniestonstreet (please cut and paste) on Thursday, 10 March 2022, between 3pm and 7pm.
They will answer questions through a dedicated chat system as part of the digital consultation.
As part of this process we are consulting extensively to ensure that people from across the local area have an opportunity to input their views and shape our ambitious proposals through this consultation event.
At 3pm, 4pm, 5pm and 6pm the team will provide a short 5 minute presentation of the exhibition boards.
A spokesperson for Keltbray Developments said: "Our proposals will significantly assist in the sensitive regeneration of this part of the city through these exciting mixed-use proposals.
“As part of this process we are consulting extensively to ensure that people from across the local area have an opportunity to input their views and shape our ambitious proposals through this consultation event.
"This is an incredibly appealing prospect for the area and Glasgow as a whole and we encourage all interested parties to speak to the team on Thursday 10 March and to put any questions and provide feedback."