A Glasgow-based architecture firm has taken on a huge job for a Rangers hero.

S2 Architecture has announced they are working with Kenny Miller and his wife - Laura Miller - to give their new home a makeover.

The firm revealed the 44-year-old former Gers striker's house will be partly demolished, extended, and 'significantly altered'.

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The company said they recently received planning consent to transform the home.

On top of that, the firm took to social media to showcase the new home.


In the Instagram post, they said: "Earlier this week we received planning consent for Laura Miller and Kenny Miller to partly demolish, extend and significantly alter their new house (basically rebuild).

"S2 was tasked with viewing the property, exploring its potential and based on our proposals and suggestions, our clients bought the house and we thereafter progressed for a planning submission.

"With consent now in place, we are hopeful that construction works will start in late summer."

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The former football star played with the Ibrox side between 2000 and 2001, 2008 and 2011, and then again from 2014 to 2018.

During his career, he also played for Hibernian, Celtic, Dundee, Livingston, Partick Thistle, and Scotland.