Several Glasgow city centre units will become flats after a planning application was approved.

As we reported in November last year, an application was handed in to the council to transform office and storage units - some of which are empty - on Buchanan Street into liveable spaces.

Previously, in October 2021, permission was granted for a change of use.

Now, applicant Buchanan Properties was given the green light to convert the space.

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The current buildingThe current building (Image: Sourced)

Inside the building (Image: Sourced)

From 101 to 107 Buchanan Street, there are retailers such as Kiehl's, Timpson, News Plus, Bier Halle and Mountain Warehouse.

Above them, the first-floor unit will become a two-bedroom flat, while on the second floor, two one-bedroom, one two-bedroom and one three-bedroom apartments are planned.

On the third floor, there will be a two-bedroom home.