Plans were submitted to build a new residential development on a derelict Glasgow site.

The council's planning officers received a bid to erect 84 flats on the land adjacent to 157 Pendeen Street, near Garrowhill train station, in Barlanark.

Previously a primary school, the land has been derelict since the 1990s.

According to the documents, applicant Springfield Properties PLC hopes to create an "affordable" housing scheme made out of one to five-bedroom homes, 10% of which will be designed with wheelchair users in mind.

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The development would consist of two blocks of flats, green spaces, play areas, as well as 65 parking spaces.

It will also be created as a "20-minute neighbourhood", meaning that most of people’s daily needs will be met within a short walk or cycle.

Glasgow City Council bosses are reviewing the application and are expected to make a decision by Friday, February 16, 2024.

The last day for comments is Friday, November 17.