More student housing could be built on a vacant land.

A planning application has been submitted to build 454 flats for students in North Glasgow.

The development, by landowner Borron Partners Ltd, is planned on a Borron Street ground which is currently empty after the demolition of a building in January.

According to papers, the site, near the canal, would consist of two blocks, a four-to-six-storey and an eight-storey building.

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It would have 12 car parking spaces, almost 300 cycle spaces, an open courtyard, garden, fitness trail and games court.

Around the area, several trees will also be planted and residents will have a "commanding view of the city centre and beyond to the South".

Documents also state that Glasgow "is facing a major shortage of purpose-built student accommodation bedrooms across the city".

The council's planning committee is considering the bid and a decision is expected by Friday, July 5.

The last day for comments is Monday, April 8.