Exciting plans to redevelop the former Victoria Infirmary site in Glasgow have been given the go-ahead.

Planning permission has been granted to create 413 new apartments, plus office and retail space, on the site in the city’s Langside. Glasgow-based Collective Architecture developed these plans, following a comprehensive community consultation.

As part of the development, the Battlefield Road’s iconic Nightingale Pavilions will be retained and public realm areas introduced, including an improved pedestrian route through the site to Queen’s Park.

The plans were approved at a meeting of Glasgow City Council’s planning applications committee on Tuesday 8 May.

Peter Martin, Sanctuary’s Group* director – development, said: “We are delighted to receive planning permission for our vision to bring the former Victoria Infirmary site back to life.

“We thank Glasgow City Council for supporting this vision and for recognising the benefits Sanctuary’s project will have for Langside. To be trusted to rejuvenate such an iconic site with more than 400 new homes is very exciting.

“Our plans for the former Victoria Infirmary site demonstrate Sanctuary’s* continued commitment to Glasgow and will see us invest many millions of pounds in the city.”

For more information about this development, visit The Victoria development page.

*Beech Grove Homes is a subsidiary of Sanctuary Group, a trading name of Sanctuary Housing Association, an exempt charity.

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