An empty unit in Glasgow city centre could be turned into flats.

A planning application was submitted to transform the empty property above Sainsbury's on Argyle Street.

The city centre site was formerly used as offices but is now empty.

Applicant Woodside PO and Convenience Store is bidding to create two homes, on the first and second floor of the building.

They would both be studio apartments, housing one person each.

Glasgow Times: The building from Stockwell StreetThe building from Stockwell Street (Image: Sourced)

Glasgow Times: The building from Argyle StreetThe building from Argyle Street (Image: Sourced)

Glasgow Times: Current look of the empty unitCurrent look of the empty unit (Image: Sourced)

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Documents state: "The existing windows give adequate daylight for both the lounge and bedroom with all service facilities set to the rear of the upper floor where daylight is not required."

The entrance is proposed to be on Stockwell Street, where the door would be upgraded "to a more suitable appearance".

Glasgow City Council is considering the application and a decision is expected by Thursday, March 28.

The last day for comment is Monday, March 11.