TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2008Notice ID:
TOWN & COUNTRY PLANNING (DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE) (SCOTLAND) REGULATIONS 2008
Notice Under Regulation 7(2) b Pre-application consultation by the University of Glasgow (prospective applicant)
Proposed Development at Land bounded by University Place, Byres Road, Church Street, Argyle Street, The River Kelvin, and existing Glasgow University Campus, Glasgow (Site of the former Western Infirmary Hospital).
For Planning Permission In Principle for proposed mixed-use University campus development including: (1) teaching and learning buildings (Class 10) (up to 65,000 sq m); (2) university research buildings (Class 4) (up to 17,000 sq m); (3) commercial research & development/offices (Class 4) (up to 18,000 sq m); (4) retail shops (Class 1) (up to 4,000 sq m); (5) financial, professional and other services (Class 2) (up to 500 sq m; (6) food and drink (Class 3) (up to 2,500 sq m); (7) hotels (Class 7) (up to 12,500 sq m); (8) sports and recreation facilities (Class 11) (up to 500 sq m); (9) day nursery (Class 10) (up to 500 sq m); (10) crèche (Class 10) (up to 100 sq m) (11) residential flats (mainstream or student) (sui generis) (up to 14,500.sq m); (12) Data Centre (Class 4) (up to 3,000 sq m); (13) energy centre (sui generis); (14) means of access, servicing and parking arrangements: (15) related infrastructure; (16) related landscaping and (17) related public realm.
A Public Exhibition will be held at Public Atrium in the Wolfson Medical School, University Avenue, Glasgow from Wednesday 17 to Sunday 21 February 2016 (11.30 – 19.00 on week days, 11.00 – 16.00 on Saturday, and 13.00 – 16.00 on Sunday).
Further information may be obtained from Muir Smith Evans, 203 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4HZ or UoGMasterplan@muirsmithevans.co.uk Persons wishing to make comments on the proposal should do so by 4pm on Friday 11 March 2016 to Muir Smith Evans at the above address.
This notice does not relate to a planning application. Comments should not be made to Glasgow City Council. Any comments made to the prospective applicant are not representations to the planning authority. If a planning application is subsequently submitted to Glasgow City Council, normal neighbour notification and publicity will be undertaken at that time and you will have the opportunity to make formal representations regarding the proposal at that time.
Signed, Muir Smith Evans, on behalf of The University of Glasgow, date 5 February 2016.