Whoever takes on the project could be on to a winner and it makes sense to try to get the building open again in some capacity.
But I can't help thinking that it might be a better investment in time to try to coax retailers to some of our empty shops with cheaper rates, rather than try tempt them with a former lavatory.
I'd be surprised if anyone opened a restaurant or cafe in the building, but at the same time stranger things have happened.
E Taylor, Glasgow
I Spy a winner
YOUR Eye Spy column online always gives a nice wee snippet into Glasgow, but I especially loved the recent one on the plaque marking the first ever international football match.
As I read it, I vaguely remembered already knowing that the first ever international match was played between Scotland and England at West of Scotland's cricket ground, but I didn't know there was a plaque at the site.
There must be so many unknown little gems like this and I thank you for pointing them out.
I'll make a point of visiting the ground and maybe take in a game of cricket when the season gets under way again next summer.
Craig Smith, Pollok
Up for IMAX
I LOOK forward going to the new IMAX at Glasgow Science Centre (18 October).
It sounds as though the new upgrades will make a big difference. We are spoiled for choice for cinemas in Glasgow, but have been lacking something cutting-edge.
Keith Thorne, Glasgow
I DON'T want more greenbelt land in East Dunbartonshire to be used for development (October 19).
But I fear if the issue comes down to a battle between East Dunbartonshire and Glasgow City councils, there will only be one winner.
K Clarke, Milngavie