One of Scotland's biggest shopping centres is to undergo a major redevelopment costing £100m.
The proposals to develop the St Enoch Centre in Glasgow will increase the size of the glass complex by one third and redevelop the surrounding area.
The work is expected to create up to 1,500 jobs.
A planning application has been lodged with Glasgow City Council and work is expected to start in the autumn and take three years.
The east end of the centre will house a cinema, nightclub, bars and restaurants.
A large screen will sit in St Enoch Square as part of the redevelopment.
Stronger city centre
The proposal will expand leisure and retail space from 750,000 square feet to one million square feet and refurbish the existing mall.
The plan was unveiled by joint owners The Mills and Ivanhoe Cambridge.
Burgin Dossett, of The Mills, said: "We have been formulating a redevelopment strategy that would enhance the productivity of the centre and re-establish St Enoch Centre as the dominant retail and leisure anchor for Glasgow's city centre.
"We believe the plans will accomplish that goal and make a major contribution to the wider regeneration of the city."
Claude Dion, of Ivanhoe Cambridge, said: "We are confident that this investment will enhance the centre's position in the market and stimulate economic growth in Glasgow."
Susan Nicol, general manager of the St Enoch Centre, added: "Our overriding objective is to make the city centre stronger."
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