Three units could be combined at a Glasgow shopping centre to form one major attraction.

A planning application has been lodged to merge three shops on the first floor of St Enoch Shopping Centre.

It is proposed that the giant unit would become an Escape Hunt venue.

The firm runs 24 escape rooms in six European countries including Belgium, Spain, Portugal and France. They also have 19 UK venues.

This would be their second in Scotland.

According to documents, the leisure facility would have six escape rooms, which require visitors to solve puzzles against the clock in teams.

A bar and lounge area is also planned.

Escape Hunt would be open from 9am until 11pm, seven days a week.

Currently, two of the units included in the bid are empty and the third one is leased to Regis.

The retailer, however, is due to relocate to another site within the shopping centre soon.

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Documents reveal that the development "will help reduce the vacancy rate within the St Enoch Centre and will improve the prospects of leasing the remaining space for retail use, which will become more attractive as the vacancy rate reduces."

The bid is currently being considered by Glasgow City Council's planning committee and a decision is expected by Monday, March 25.

The last day for comments is Wednesday, March 6.