PLANS to turn a vacant snooker club into flats in the city's East End were revealed.

Glasgow City Council is currently considering a proposal, which would see part of the old Craigpark Masters venue in Dennistoun demolished and an extension built to it.

The plan, submitted by Beshouse Residential Properties Ltd, includes eleven residential flats with amenity space, which would be made possible by a three-storey extension to the current building.

The new flats, if approved, would be built at 164, Craigpark and would not include car parks but according to plans, would come with four private gardens and a communal greenspace.

The 19th-century building was previously home to Dennistoun Baths.

More recently, it housed 'The Masters', a popular snooker, pool, lounge bar, beer garden and function hall, which is currently vacant.

The neighbours have been notified of the proposed works and developers say that the transformation will improve nearby properties' daylight and overshadowing.

The proposal has been submitted to Glasgow city planners, who are currently reviewing it and will make a decision by Friday, January 14, 2022.