Development of 21 Herschell Street, Glasgow

Thank you for visiting our consultation website.

It is intended to provide an online consultation to inform you about the proposals by Calmont for the development at  21 Herschell St, Glasgow, currently an empty plot of land on the site of the former Job Centre building.

Calmont is proposing to erect a managed residential development of 136 flats for rent, with amenity and co-working space at ground and top floors, roof terraces and landscaped gardens.

The site is shown in red on the location plans below.

Please take a look at the information we have provided about the site, surroundings, proposed development and our proposed next steps.

We are keen to gain the views of the community and local stakeholders and we welcome any feedback you may have on the proposed development.

This website will be available for viewing from 29th April 2022. Feedback and comments can be provided throughout this period by email to or via the feedback form on this website. Any comments must be received by no later than Wednesday 1st June 2022.

A live interactive consultation will take place on Wednesday 11th May 2022 between 3pm and 7pm. During this time, members of the project team will be available to respond to questions received via phone and email to tel. 0141 648 6701 or

During this time, we will endeavour to respond to all queries received. If this is not possible, you will receive a response to your query within 48 hours.

Please note that comments made at this time are not representations to the Planning Authority. Once the planning application is submitted, there will be an opportunity to make formal representations regarding the proposed development to Glasgow City Council.

Why are we consulting?

On 25th March 2022, Iceni Projects submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PoAN) on behalf of Calmont Ventures Ltd and M&M Anniesland LLP to Glasgow City Council. Submission of the PoAN commenced a statutory 12-week period of pre-application consultation.

In line with Scottish Government advice, it is not currently possible to host a face-to-face public consultation event. As an alternative, and in line with Scottish Government guidance, information about the redevelopment proposals for this site is available to view on this website. We invite feedback on the proposals until Wednesday 1st June 2022 via the feedback form or by email to

Our proposed timeline is:

29 April 2022 – Consultation website goes live

11 May 2022 – Online consultation event. 

1 June 2022 – Deadline for feedback on the online consultation

Summer 2022 – Planning application process active