A Glasgow city centre Greggs will not be refurbished after a bid was rejected by the council.

A planning application was submitted by the bakery to re-fit the city centre shop and put up new signage.

Glasgow City Council's planning committee, however, refused the bid.

According to plans, the eatery would have had the three existing tables removed, workstations shuffled around and new signage put up on the outside.

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Councillors, however, decided to refuse the proposal because it is not in line with planning regulations and the local development plan.

They also said the signage would be an "excessive and incongruous addition" to the building and obscure most of the shopfront.