A plan to build over 350 flats on a derelict Glasgow land has been approved.

The Glasgow Times reported in June that a bid was lodged to build a courtyard development including two high-rise towers, at Port Dundas Road, Renton Street and Milton Street, in Cowcaddens.

Now, Glasgow City Council planning committee has approved the application.

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According to the documents, the homes, near the M8 motorway, will be made up of 28 studios, 137 one-bed flats and 151 two-bed apartments, as well as a gym, roof terraces and bike storage.

The development will also include shops, restaurants, 12 car parking spaces and offices.