Glasgow City Council have granted permission for a new Hollywood World War One film to be shot in the city.
Scenes for Steven Spielberg’s drama 1917, to be directed by Sam Mendes, will be filmed at the city’s Govan Graving Docks.
The disused dockyard site is A-listed due to its historical significance, but planning application for the project has been approved.
The land is expected to be used for 10 weeks from the end of April, with filming taking place in June for four days.
According to the planning application, filming at the location would include dressing the site with boats and debris, and building a temporary bridge spanning the dock.
A convoy of army vehicles is also set to be involved, with the docks being dressed to appear to be in France.
The proposals also suggest that the area will be cleared of litter, graffiti and overgrown weeds, leaving it in a better state than when film crews arrived.
Filming for the blockbuster will also take place near Stonehenge in Wiltshire.
1917 will be the latest in a line of films that have made use of Glasgow for filming.
Idris Elba was in the city recently for scenes in the upcoming Fast & Furious spin-off Hobbs & Shaw.
Glasgow also doubled as Philadelphia for Brad Pitt’s World War Z in 2011, while Outlaw King, Cloud Atlas and Under The Skin have also made use of the city.
The cast for 1917 is yet to be confirmed, with Tom Holland one of the names linked to a lead role.
It’s Mendes’ first film since directing James Bond epics Skyfall and Spectre.