New visualisations have been produced illustrating how a new Buchanan Galleries could transform Glasgow's city centre.

A range of options have been prepared for new open and green spaces as part of a redevelopment by owners Landsec to open up the area north of George Square with a grid of new streets.

The third round of consultations emphasises the creation of a new public park or pavilion above an existing railway cutting at Cathedral Street as well as a new accessible entrance to the Royal Concert Hall. Another key element of the plan will be the removal of an outsize multistorey car park to provide additional development land and public space.

The consultation activities include various online and in-person activities. These will include workshops and drop-in sessions in the shopping mall. To sign up to attend one of the workshops, and to find out more information about these events, visit the project's Commonplace website.

If you're unable to attend an event, from the 26th January until 10th February you will also be able to view the developed masterplan online by visiting the above website.

The design team is led by Foster + Partners in collaboration with Michael Laird Architects, Atelier Ten, Arup and New Practice.