IT is a vision which could put Glasgow on the map as a city of wellbeing with proposals being draw up to develop land which could attract a health-driven complex.
As Glasgow emerges from the pandemic with a chance to build back better, experts have argued cities need to reinvent themselves as places which offer experiences.
Now there is the potential that a huge water park and spa resort could be built near the close to the flagship Riverside Museum in Glasgow.
Therapeutic mineral pools, warm water lagoons and botanical gardens could be part of the well being attraction from Therme Group, which has previously announced its intention to come to Scotland.
The company is currently building a £250million leisure resort in Manchester featuring wave pools, slides and multi-sensorial saunas in a tropical setting. The resort, the firm’s first in the UK, is due to open in 2023 and the group is already well established in Europe, with sites in Germany and Romania.