PRIVATE members club Soho House has teased the opening date for its Glasgow location.

Moving into the former Parish Halls on George Street, the location will be the first in Scotland for the brand and is expected to open next year.

In September, Glasgow Times reported that Soho House planning to open in the city "in and around George Street" and had secured a provisional premises license from the licensing board.

Now, plans have been unveiled for the club, which will have various spaces for members to eat, drink, and socialise across four floors including a roof terrace.

Soho House Glasgow will make up part of the redevelopment of the former Glasgow Parish Council Chambers and Collectors Hall forming part of the Love Loan urban regeneration project.

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Andrew Carnie, Soho House & Co CEO, said: “From its renowned School of Art to its rich architectural heritage and the city’s lively music scene, Glasgow has a creative energy which makes it an exciting choice for our first Scottish location.

"Over the last year, we’ve been building a diverse and creative community of members in Glasgow with Cities Without Houses and can now confirm that we’re bringing a Soho House to the city.

"We couldn’t be more humbled by the warm reaction we’ve received so far.”

A membership that allows access to Soho House clubs around the world is currently priced at £1300 per year for members under 27 and £2750 for those over 27.