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Glasgow £100m office scheme unveiled

Plans for a new £100m office development in Glasgow’s city centre have been unveiled by property investor M&G Real Estate.

The company has secured planning permission for The Grid project, which will feature 277,500 sq ft of office space across 12 levels.

Designed by Glasgow-based architectural firm Cooper Cromar, the scheme will occupy the former Corunna House site in the city centre.

M&G said demolition of the existing structure was planned for later this year and it aimed to complete the project by late 2021.

M&G Real Estate asset manager William Badger said: “By creating flexible workspace platforms that are built to the highest environmental and digital infrastructure standards, we are aiming to deliver some of the best office space on offer within the city.

“We are very excited to present our vision to the market and we believe we have created something that is truly special in the Grade A supply-constrained Glasgow market.”

Glasgow City Council approved a £600m investment plan to build 10,000 affordable homes over the next five years late last year.

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