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The RIAS Award for Architecture is to continue, after it was announced that the Scottish Executive are to donate £15,000 per year for the next three years towards the prize fund from their...
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Urban Splash has appointed Simon Gawthorpe as managing director for its new operation in Yorkshire. Simon will work on the regeneration of Lister Mills in Bradford, whose first phase, the...
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John McAslan and Partners’ proposals for the redevelopment of a large site on Oxford Road for the University of Manchester should go to planning committee at the end of this year. The £25...
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The winner of the competition to develop the former Manchester City Football ground at Maine Road site will be announced at the end of November. The five developers bidding to transform the site in...
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An open competition has been launched to find an architect for the second phase of social housing at Manchester’s Millennium Community, New Islington. The principal client for the selection...
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Designs for the Chester Old Port development, by McCormick Architecture for David McLean, have been submitted for planning approval. The site is a triangle of land bordering the Roodee racecourse,...
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Architects DTR:UK and Liverpool based Downing Developments have applied for planning permission for a major mixed use development on the former BBC studios on Woodhouse Lane in Leeds. The scheme...
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Manchester-based OMI Architects has been selected as the winner of the design competition for housing on the former Granville Mill site in Derker, Oldham. The competition was part of the Oldham...
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Falconer Chester Architects is to masterplan the New Brighton seafront on the Wirral, with the aim of bringing life back to the forgotten resort. The scheme is currently at the pre-planning stage,...
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Ian Simpson Architects has been appointed by Trafford Borough Council, with preferred developers Nikal and David McLean, to design a mixed use scheme on Oakfield Road in Altrincham, that will...
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The NWDA is rumoured to have made a decision to give financial support to the Urban Splash for the redevelopment of the Midland Hotel in Morecambe. An announcement confirming the NWDA’s...
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Manchester’s tallest building, the CIS Tower, is to be clad with solar panels. The Co-operative Insurance Society has commissioned the installation of around 5,000 photovoltaic panels on three...
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CABE is inviting professionals to join its design review committee (DRC). The DRC, which is chaired by CABE Commissioner Les Sparks, offers design advice on strategic projects throughout England....
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Davis Duncan Architects has completed a feasibility study for the creation of a new civic space and thoroughfare in the Pollok area of Glasgow’s south side. The scheme would link the Pollok...
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Questions have been raised about the budget for Zaha Hadid’s new Glasgow Riverside Museum at Glasgow Harbour. The museum, which will replace the existing Transport Museum in the Kelvin Hall, is...
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Miles Glendinning and the RCAHMS have published a book, which aims to place the Holyrood project into a broader context. The Architecture of Scottish Government provides an overview of government...
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Janice Kirkpatrick and Ross Hunter of Graven Images and Catherine Docherty, former director of The Lighthouse’s Sust initiative, have set up a new company, called Farm7. So-called because of its...
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The BHS and Marks & Spencer stores on Edinburgh’s Princes Street could be demolished to make way for a new multi-million retail development. The modern section of Jenners and the Mount Royal...
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Stirling Council and Raploch Regeneration Company have unveiled plans for a £1.1m construction project, the first stage of the reconstruction of Raploch. The project, the third and final phase of...
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Plans for an international marine centre at the Clyde River Boatyard in Renfrew are being showcased in an exhibition of architectural visions at Renfrew Community Library. The exhibition shows how...
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Planning consent has been granted for a new private house at Slateford in Edinburgh designed by Arcade Architects. The design for the 3-bedroom house has been driven by context and its’ steeply...
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St Peter’s Building Preservation Trust is no longer supporting the archdiocese planning application to build 28 houses on the site of St. Peter’s College. The trust withdrew its support because...
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Gareth Hoskins Architects’ conversion of Ravelrig House in Balerno, parts of which date back to the 16th Century,. and its B-Listed 19th Century Stable buildings, into 11 homes is well under way....
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Glasgow City Council’s director of development and regeneration services, Rodger McConnell, has died aged 57 after fighting cancer for over a year. He had a long career in public service,...

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