DEVELOPERS have a spring in their step after being given the greenlight to transform an old Tradeston warehouse into a dance studio. 

Proposals to change the use of the ground and first floor of a building at 50 Tradeston Street, from business use to assembly and leisure, were approved by Glasgow City Council chiefs last week. 

It means the building will act as the second component of Grainstore Glasgow, a purpose built studio and workspace for all businesses at 60 Tradeston Street.

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Bringing a currently vacant building back into use, the property will be occupied by Robert Hamilton Dancepoint Studios, providing dance and musical theatre lessons to young performers. 

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Previously associated with the rear storage area of WS Parts, a wholesale supplier of mobile phone parts, accessories and repair services, the facility will teach young budding artists. 

Operating hours will vary slightly due to needs of the clients and council bosses have limited these to between 8am and 10pm. Noise levels must also remain within a restricted level.

The dance studio will operate Monday to Friday but there may be a need to open at the weekend in the run up to dance performances.


The two studios will serve a maximum of 30 students, accompanied by one or two teachers per class with three members of office staff.