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50 Bothwell Street Glasgow Office Redevelopment News7th October 2021
Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has submitted applications for detailed planning permission and listed building consent for the redevelopment of 50 Bothwell Street in the heart of the city centre into an ambitious development providing refurbished office accommodation with a subdivision of ground floor retail and with a new café…Read more
Mosaic secures planning permission and conservation area consent for new build serviced apartments on site of former Annie Miller’s Public House in Glasgow5th October 2021
Mosaic Architecture + Design has secured planning permission and conservation area consent for the demolition of the former Annie Millers Public House in the heart of Glasgow city centre and the erection of an exciting new build development providing 18 serviced apartments. The well-known hostelry, once frequented by Rangers FC fans on matchdays, has been…Read more
Mosaic applies to convert Oswald House and vacant site on Glasgow’s Broomielaw into £18M new bespoke waterfront hotel development5th June 2021
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…Read more
Planning approval for £18M Holiday Inn Pacific Quay hotel on former Glasgow Garden Festival site kickstarts Clyde Mission19th November 2020
Mosaic Architecture + Design, one of Scotland’s most experienced practices, has secured Glasgow City Council planning approval to build an £18M Holiday Inn Pacific Quay hotel on the site of the former Glasgow Garden Festival. The development team, which in addition to Mosaic comprises planning consultant Gary Mappin at Iceni Projects and Malcolm Pearson, director…Read more