A vacant Glasgow building could be transformed into a takeaway.

A planning application was submitted to convert a London Road site.

Papers state that "investigations would suggest that it has been vacant for nearly twenty years and the last recorded use is that of a fish and chip shop."

Applicant Rhiannon Properties said that there would be no external change to the building.

The proposed opening hours are 10am-11pm between Sunday and Thursday and 10am to 12midnight on Friday and Saturday.

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The documents also revealed that this development would "help to animate this part of the street particularly in the evenings and contribute to extending the trading hours of the street".

The bid is currently pending with Glasgow City Council's planning officials.

A decision is expected by Friday, April 12. The last day for comments is Friday, March 15.