GLASGOW'S SWG3 has submitted plans for a new hotel with a restaurant, bars, gym and more.

The popular music and clubbing venue in the city's west end, in partnership with Stallan-Brand, is seeking permission to build a 142-bedroom accommodation at the corner of Eastvale Place and Sandyford Street.

It would feature two restaurants, two bars, co-working spaces, a gym, a movement studio, and a rooftop terrace, which the firms state would "amplify the local hospitality, tourism, and cultural scenes while fostering entrepreneurial and international business opportunities".

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The land is currently disused and the development, if successful, would create more than 100 new jobs and a new hub for the local Yorkhill and Finnieston communities.

Paul Stallan, design director of Stallan-Brand, said: “Whilst the SWG3 Hotel is strategically situated to support the immediate regeneration initiative the hotel will also contribute to the ongoing success of Glasgow's 'Hydro Effect' which has seen the city become a global magnet for major music and conference events. As a 'hotel for music lovers', the SWG3 team are excited to expand their programme with a new leisure offer that will ensure they remain more visible, vital and circular.”

Glasgow City Council's planning committee is evaluating the bid.