On Friday a fire broke out at a derelict hotel in Glasgow, which is currently closed for refurbishment.
Fire crews were called the Belleisle Park at around 15.20 on Friday 14 June after flames were seen in the building that is situated on the grounds of a golf course.
Five trucks and two support pumps were sent to the scene with surrounding roads closed while the blaze was taken under control.
The golf course remains closed following the incident.
A statement on the Belleisle Park website read: “We have taken the decision to close Belleisle Park including the Golf Course following the fire at Belleisle House Hotel.
“The car park will also be closed to allow the emergency services to undertake their investigation works.
“All surrounding roads have now been reopened.”
In June 2012, the 18th mansion as acquired by John and Senga Campbell, who began an extensive redevelopment to create the new Belleisle Mansion Hotel & Spa.
The hotel has ambitions to become one of Scotland’s finest, with 90 bedrooms and a spa subject to planning permission.
Originally the project was due to be completed in spring 2016.