More images of what the refurbished Pollok Stables and Courtyard in Glasgow could look like have been released.

As the Glasgow Times reported in June, construction is underway to transform Pollok Stables and Courtyard in the Southside.

The £13m project of the A-listed building is led by Glasgow City Council.

This week, a planning application was submitted detailing the proposed work.

In it, artist's impressions revealed the proposed features of the new site.

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According to documents, the stables and sawmill buildings at Pollok Country Park will be reimagined as a Living Heritage Centre. 

The papers also state: "The siting of a café as part of the stables complex is seen as a vital anchor to the development, to encourage the stables to develop as a hub of activity within the park.

"The future success of the courtyard as a destination for any outdoor activities such as craft markets or events is reliant on a café provision to activate the space and create public access areas to increase dwell time."

Some work has already started, including repairs and the replacement of lights.

Glasgow Times: Current buildingCurrent building (Image: Sourced)Glasgow Times: Proposed planProposed plan (Image: Sourced)If successful, the new cafe will be on the ground floor of the South Wing and will have "a contemporary look and feel, including a new mezzanine seating area".

Plans also include multipurpose rooms for events, museums and education.

Some panels and walls are also proposed to be demolished.

The new design will align with the local authority's net-zero strategy, be more accessible and aims to "retain some of the character" of the old structure.

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The area is near the historic history of Pollok House, which is also currently closed for a refurbishment.

It closed in November last year for the revamp, also led by Glasgow City Council.

This application is currently being considered by the planning committee of the council and a decision is expected by Wednesday, February 21.