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Cooper Cromar proposes massive shopping centre for Glasgow - image

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Cooper Cromar has submitted plans to transform Glasgow's St Enoch shopping centre into one of the largest retail developments in the UK.

The £100 million project will add more than 75,000m2 to the city centre complex and there are also outline proposals to redevelop the existing square 'to dovetail with Glasgow's regeneration efforts.'

Opened in 1989, the centre currently houses 228,000m2 of retail and leisure space, including department store Debenhams, and will be completely refurbished by the end of the planned three year overhaul programme.

Another key feature of the scheme, which is backed by the mall's joint owners The Mills Corporation and Ivanhoe Cambridge, will be the construction of a 'dramatic' new facade for St Enoch's Square to give the centre 'an enhanced visual impact'.

Work is expected to start on site in autumn this year and is due to be completed by the end of 2009.

by Richard Waite

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