A luxurious electrical automotive present room is ready to open in Silverburn shopping centre if plans get the go-ahead.
There are proposals for Polestar to maneuver into an empty area previously occupied by Argos.
The unit is to be cut up into two with Polestar taking one store area and one other obtainable for a further retailer. It goals to be the model’s first web site in Scotland
A canopy letter explaining extra in regards to the bid, mentioned: “Polestar are a luxurious automotive model from Sweden who produce electrical automobiles. Polestar will use this unit to show present automobiles, permitting guests to discover and study extra in regards to the varied options of the automobiles.
“Polestar lessons these as ‘Areas’ and likens them to visiting an artwork gallery the place the automobiles are the displays permitting individuals to familiarise themselves with the automobiles and the model with out strain or distraction.”
The variety of show automobiles could be restricted to a few and clients wouldn’t be capable to drive purchased automobiles away from the purchasing centre. As an alternative they might be “delivered from a separate web site to clients following buy” in response to the duvet letter from an agent.
Silverburn Trustee Ltd has utilized to Glasgow Metropolis Council for planning permission for the half change of use of the retail unit.
Polestar has three different websites within the UK in London, Manchester and Solihull in response to the letter.
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The model’s electrical automobiles can begin at about £43,000 and round £79,000 for SUVs in response to the Polestar web site.
Saying the transfer will profit Pollok, the agent’s letter added: “This proposed change of use will improve the diversification of Pollok city centre and won’t outcome within the unacceptable lack of a Class 1 unit, nor adversely have an effect on the retail character or the efficient functioning of Pollok city centre. The proposed growth will end in an lively frontage and contribute positively to the vitality and viability of the city centre.”
The applying is due for consideration by the council.