A new children's entertainment centre could open in Glasgow.

Plans were submitted for a vacant unit in Port Dundas, North Glasgow, to be converted into a space for "children’s parties and mini go-karting".

According to plans, the site at 100 Borron Street would also have an air hockey, TV and a football table.

The venue is around 270 sq m and is on the ground level of a three-storey building within Port Dundas Business Park.

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According to the documents, it is easily accessible by public transport and there are also 150 shared parking spaces in the area.

Applicant Paul Graham said he is expecting "no more than 30 children at any one period" and opening times would be 3pm to 8pm on Fridays and 10am to 7pm on weekends.

During school holidays, this will be extended to 10am to 6pm Monday to Friday and 10am to 7pm on weekends.

The bid is currently being considered by Glasgow City Council and a decision is expected by Friday, January 19, 2024.

The last day for comments is Thursday, December 21.