Developer Osborne and Co is marketing its proposed “reinvention” of one of Glasgow’s landmark buildings.

It plans to turn the B-listed former Glasgow Metropolitan College premises in North Hanover Street into grade-A office space accommodating up to 1,200 staff.

The former City of Glasgow College building, known as the Met Tower and renowned for its 'People Make Glasgow' sign, was acquired by Osborne+Co last January.

The developer has stated that the Met Tower project would create a “cultural-economic” hub, completely “reinventing” the building, inside and out.

The proposed plans aim to bring a major part of the city skyline back to life - and plan to ditch the famous 'People Make Glasgow' sign.

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