On a waterfront site in central Glasgow, the project will be constructed on the Peel L&P 21.5 acre site adjacent to the Riverside Museum, at the intersection of the Kelvin and Clyde rivers.

Therme is aiming to submit a planning application for Therme Scotland to Glasgow City Council in 2022. Therme Scotland is expected to be around 320,000sq ft in size and to cost around £100M to build. It will include a next-generation indoor water park, extensive thermal pools and spa, and a health and wellbeing centre. Additional elements of the project also include a vertical farm, which will enable sustainable and locally grown, nutrient-rich fresh produce to be available to the millions of guests that will visit every year.

Therme Scotland will be Therme’s second wellbeing destination in the UK after the Therme Manchester £250M project, also on a site owned by Peel L&P. Therme’s unique city-based wellbeing resort concept has been highly successful in Europe for more than 20 years. The group is rolling out a global development programme, with active projects in cities around the world, including Toronto and Frankfurt.

Stelian Iacob, Senior Vice President of Therme Group and CEO of Therme Group UK, said: “Therme Scotland will create a fun and accessible experience with profound health and wellbeing benefits for all. We look forward to engaging with the Glasgow community as we progress with the design and development of Therme Scotland.”