Gym plan submitted
Applications to council
Plans have been lodged with South Lanarkshire Council for a new gym facility and injury clinic in Rutherglen.
The application is for the change of use of two existing units from general industrial (class five) to gym and injury clinic (class 11) on Cathcart Place.
Applicants Sports Life Work are based in the east end of Glasgow and market themselves as striving “to provide the best support, rehabilitation and training a client can ask for.”
The application was one of several lodged with the council for the Rutherglen and Cambuslang area last week. The others were: Temporary siting of Portacabin for use as taxi booking office, erection of 1.8m fence and 6m pole with 1.8m high antennae (retrospective) at Newton Brae. Applicant - S Cars.
Erection of two internally illuminated signage at existing class two unit and erection of two free-standing signs at 2A Hallside Court in Cambuslang. Applicant - Lloyds Pharmacy.
Storage of hazardous substances at Hamilton Road in Cambuslang. Applicant - Bardyke Chemicals Limited.
Clyde Gateway have also submitted an application relating to their plans to redevelop the Shawfield area which was initially given the go ahead in 2012.
Officers have also given permission for the following applications:
Amendment to hazardous substance consent CR/ 05/ 0197 to increase the storage of LPG from 15 to 28 tonnes and trichlorosilane from 3.5 to 4.5 tonnes at Priestley Way, Cambuslang. Applicant - BOC.
Conversion of integral garage to form habitable room at 74 Red Deer Road, Cambuslang. Applicant - Mrs Debbie McSherry.
Formation of front, side and rear dormers and elevated decking to the rear of property at 24 Bradda Avenue, Rutherglen. Applicant - Mr Gerry Waters.
Installation of illuminated signage for an ATM (Retrospective) at 180 - 182 Hamilton Road, Rutherglen. Applicant - Notemachine UK Ltd. ■ To find out more about planning applications in Rutherglen and Cambuslang, go to www. southlanarkshire.gov.uk/ downloads/200145/ planning_and_building_standards
Change of use for two industrial units