Plans have been put forward to redevelop a legendary Glasgow nightclub as part of a new hotel venture in the city. 

Regent Property have announced a 'significant investment' in Glasgow’s Clydeside which involves the redevelopment of 90 Maxwell Street/40 Fox Street and 96 Maxwell Street - which was once Fury Murrays.

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The company have said that the proposals will support the wider regeneration of the area by providing a new high-quality hotel and short-stay apartment accommodation - which they hope will attract tourism and footfall to the city. 

A public consultation will be held on Wednesday, February 28 at the Granite House Foyer (1 to 33 Stockwell Street) between the hours of 3pm and 7pm. 

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