A second attempt to get the go-ahead to turn a vacant toilet block into a cafe in Queen's Park has been made.

A previous application for 1001 Pollokshaws Road, near Langside Hall, was rejected by Glasgow City Council.

Planners cited a lack of method of dispersing cooking fumes, roller stutters "detracting from the streetscene" and inadequate and unsightly waste and recycling storage as reasons for their rejection.

A number of people had been opposed to the plans, including Shawlands and Strathbungo Community Council.

A document submitted on the applicant’s behalf had stated: “This is a new venture and the client is looking to provide a fresh service within the area for the general public and, if all goes well, could lead to further supporting building extension.”

The second application has addressed the majority of reasons for refusal.

The design features an inside seating area for around eight people and a takeaway servery window.

Timber cladding would be applied to the whole building.