OWNERS of a Glasgow venue revealed expansion plans which could see a new rooftop restaurant built.

Finnieston's SWG3 have announced they will be developing their popular site, with the eatery joining a community garden and workspace.

The changes are included in a report to Glasgow City Council's planning department, and would include a renovation of the current concrete surrounding, replacing this with a much greener, 'sanctuary' area.

The restaurant, which would cater for 150 covers, would have beautiful views over the Clyde and towards the city centre of.

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It has been described as "a unique rooftop dining experience connected to the gardens and taking advantage of amazing views".

Describing the changes as a 'masterplan', bosses wrote about the development in their application to Glasgow City Council.

The document reads: "The proposal aims to strengthen and enhance the rich mix of uses on the site. The combination of existing and proposed uses will make SWG3 both a day-time and night-time destination.

"A light and airy character will be created for the restaurant interior with strong visual connections to the gardens, tree canopy and city skyline.

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"In keeping with the existing spaces below, the structure is exposed and expressed to bring order to the space.

"The (garden) space will be transformed into a dynamic working and publicly accessible green sanctuary. Original creative commissions will animate the gardens and food growing will be integrated into all aspects of the physical design."

Developers hope the changes will make the site more 'prominent', increasing SWG3's visibility across the city.

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The plans will now go in front of Glasgow's planning committee for consideration.