Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has submitted a planning application on behalf of HMH One Clyde for a £18M new bespoke hotel development on the site currently occupied by Oswald House and the adjacent vacant site on the Broomielaw. The site, at 66-74 Broomielaw Street, Oswald Chambers and 9 Oswald Street, is located within Glasgow city centre close to Central Station and within walking distance of the city’s many amenities. Forming a prominent corner of the Broomielaw with excellent views of the river Clyde and the arterial railway lines linking into Central Station, the site sits within the International Financial Services District, and designated Glasgow Central Conservation area. Oswald Chambers and 9 Oswald Street are both B Listed buildings. The gap site between Oswald Chambers and the Clydeport Building is currently vacant. Neil Haining, Director of Mosaic, said: “The height of the proposed design is five storeys, with upper floors articulated to form enlarged feature dormers referencing those of Oswald Chambers. “This contemporary interpretation of the traditional roofscape creates interest at high level and preserves the views of domes to the adjacent Clydeport building.”

Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has submitted a planning application on behalf of HMH One Clyde for a £18M new bespoke hotel development on the site currently occupied by Oswald House and the adjacent vacant site on the Broomielaw. The site, at 66-74 Broomielaw Street, Oswald Chambers and 9 Oswald Street, is located within Glasgow city centre close to Central Station and within walking distance of the city’s many amenities. Forming a prominent corner of the Broomielaw with excellent views of the river Clyde and the arterial railway lines linking into Central Station, the site sits within the International Financial Services District, and designated Glasgow Central Conservation area. Oswald Chambers and 9 Oswald Street are both B Listed buildings. The gap site between Oswald Chambers and the Clydeport Building is currently vacant. Neil Haining, Director of Mosaic, said: “The height of the proposed design is five storeys, with upper floors articulated to form enlarged feature dormers referencing those of Oswald Chambers. “This contemporary interpretation of the traditional roofscape creates interest at high level and preserves the views of domes to the adjacent Clydeport building.”

Client: HMH One Clyde

Area: 123 Bedrooms

Status: Planning

£18M new bespoke hotel development on the site currently occupied by Oswald House and the adjacent vacant site on the Broomielaw. The site, at 66-74 Broomielaw Street, Oswald Chambers and 9 Oswald Street, is located within Glasgow city centre close to Central Station and within walking distance of the city’s many amenities.

Forming a prominent corner of the Broomielaw with excellent views of the river Clyde and the arterial railway lines linking into Central Station, the site sits within the International Financial Services District, and designated Glasgow Central Conservation area.

Oswald Chambers and 9 Oswald Street are both B Listed buildings. The gap site between Oswald Chambers and the Clydeport Building is currently vacant.

The height of the proposed design is five storeys, with upper floors articulated to form enlarged feature dormers referencing those of Oswald Chambers. This contemporary interpretation of the traditional roofscape creates interest at high level and preserves the views of domes to the adjacent Clydeport building.