Proposals would see the building converted into 79 student digs.
A design statement with the plans says the proposals follow talks with Glasgow University.
Jordanhill Community Council last year raised a Judicial Review Petition arguing that the
decision to grant Planning Permission in Principle was “unreasonable and irrational.”
Consultants for Westpoint say its plans to build contemporary tenements with car parking and cycle storage provision.
Approval came despite an near-year long campaign by hundreds of people in the community – and more than 900 objections to the plans.
A judicial review against the plans was heard at the Court of Session in Edinburgh last week.
John Winfield and John Grierson respond to an open letter written by Jim McIntyre, managing director of Cala Homes (West), last week.
Cala Homes says its £100m plans will retain the Category B-listed David Stow building and open up playing fields to local schools.
If approved, the concept would create one of the city’s more unusual properties.
The rollout of parking zones has proved controversial with some businesses and communities.