A plan to combine two Glasgow flats into one home was submitted.

The two flats, owned by the same family, are located on Keir Street in Polloshields and are on floors one and two, directly below each other in the same tenement block.

According to documents, the applicant proposes to build stairs in between the stories, designed so that the properties could be split again in the future.

Sam Miller, the applicant, also noted that the outside of the building would not be altered.

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If successful, the development would allow the first-floor kitchen to be expanded and a home office to be created on the second floor.

The bid read: "We assume that the alteration and conversion of two properties into one larger dwelling would not be viewed as a contentious proposal."

Glasgow City Council planning officials are currently considering the application and a decision is expected to be made by Friday, December 8.

The last day for comments is Monday, November 13.