Savills | Former Glasgow District Court, 4-16 Turnbull Street, Glasgow | Property for sale
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Former Glasgow District Court4-16 Turnbull Street, Glasgow


    Key features

    • Site extending to 0.74 acres (0.30 hectares)
    • Residential development opportunity subject to planning permission
    • Located a 5 minute walk from Glasgow City Centre

    Residential Development Opportunity Subject to Planning Consent within Glasgow’s Merchant City.

    About this property

    • The site available comprises the Former Glasgow District Court Building which was closed in 2008. The building comprises a B Listed building, constructed in 1903 and is of traditional brick and sandstone construction and occupies a prominent corner position on Turnbull Street, at its junction with St Andrew’s Street. The building sits on a site extending to 0.74 acres (0.30 hectares) and extends over 3 storeys, with a basement and attic. The existing accommodation features cells and a court room together with ancillary office accommodation.

    Local information

    • The site is located on the eastern edge of Glasgow City Centre on Turnbull Street which lies approximately 0.5 miles to the east of Buchanan Street, Glasgow’s prime retail centre and therefore the location benefits from a wide variety of retail and leisure amenity within close proximity.

    Additional information

    • The site is covered by Glasgow City Council’s City Development Plan (adopted March 2017). The site is identified as lying within the city boundary and is not allocated for a specific use. The site would therefore be suitable for a variety of uses, including residential, subject to planning consent being obtained