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22 Oct 2004 - No comments
The £25,000 RIAS Award for Architecture, which suffered a major blow earlier this year when its patron, Andrew Doolan, died suddenly and unexpectedly, has announced what may be its last shortlist....
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Now that the tiresome non-tussle over which of Scotland’s two principal cities should represent Scotland in bidding for the 2014 Commonwealth Games is over, the architectural profession needs to...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Zoo Architects has just been granted planning permission for this housing development on Balloch’s Pier Road, near Loch Lomond. The frames will be constructed from Trossachs-sourced green oak....
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Glasgow has been selected ahead of Edinburgh as Scotland\'s preferred bidder for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. It is likely to be the sole British bidder, as no other UK cities have come forward,...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
The Saltire panel have completed their tour of the country looking for Scotland’s best new housing developments. The tour included visits to the following: The Drum, Bo’ness by Vernon...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
BDP’s new lecture theatre at Napier University’s Craiglockhart Campus - nicknamed \"The Egg\"- has just opened its doors to students. The building, with its timber frame, two giant concrete...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
The Parr Partnership has applied for planning permission for two significant expansions to Dundee’s City Quay. Southern Wharf will see 252 flats and townhouses built on land currently occupied...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Scottish Ministers have decided not to call for a public enquiry into East Lothian Council’s decision to grant outline planning permission for Queen Margaret University College’s new Craighall...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop Architects have submitted planning proposals for a new 14 storey residential tower on Clyde Street, Glasgow. The building, to be named Unicorn Tower, has been...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
McGurn Architects has unveiled its initial concepts for a tour reception at the Glasgow School of Art on the north side of Renfrew Street. The project, which at this point is purely theoretical,...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Reiach and Hall Architects have won planning permission for a new Toll Booth Canopy and extension to the Administration Building sited on the southern approach to the Forth Road Bridge near...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Glasgow City Council has been forced to give £3.5 million to Scottish Water to finance basic water and sewerage work in the city’s East End after Scottish Water said it was unable to connect a...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Zaha Hadid’s second Scottish building is to be the new £50m Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Hadid has been chosen over Daniel Libeskind, Will Alsop, Gareth Hoskins Architects, Richard Rogers,...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
The ODPM has announced some of the speakers that will be involved in the second international Urban Summit – the “Delivering Sustainable Communities Summit” – to be held in Manchester...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Ian Simpson Architects has been commissioned to design a £30m development site, formerly the location of ATS, for Liverpool-based developer, Downing Developments, following a competitive...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
A series of forums on public art, called “Speaking of Art”, aim to raise the level of discussion about the role of art in regenerating cities. Preston City Council, University of Central...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Elevate East Lancashire, the housing renewal market pathfinder, is seeking developers for a number of brownfield sites which are now ready for development across the five boroughs of East...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
A revamped version of Will Alsop\'s Fourth Grace ‘cloud’ building could yet find a new home, with rumours that it could end up in Birmingham or across the Mersey on the Wirral, where it could...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Plans have been unveiled for a £50 million mixed-use development in the heart of Chester city centre, designed by local practice McCormick Architecture for developers Liberty Properties Plc. The...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
InPartnership, The Burrell and Richard Murphy Architects have won the bid to develop Murrays Mills in Ancoats. The team were selected following a competitive interview. “This is a genuinely...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Urban Splash and its partners have won planning permission for their scheme to transform Birmingham’s most significant landmark building. Birmingham City Council approved plans by Glen Howells...
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
Urban Splash has announced the shortlist for the New Islington architect and developer competition, to design and develop a 6,750 m2 plot at the 29-acre Millennium Community, East Manchester....
15 Oct 2004 - No comments
CUBE has announced a one-day Erich Mendelsohn Symposium at the Manchester School of Architecture on Monday 1st November, to accompany their showing of the exhibition Erich Mendelsohn: Dynamics and...

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