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Prospect won two top prizes at the PPA’s Scottish Magazine Awards at Glasgow’s Radisson Hotel in November. Editor Penny Lewis picked up Editor of the Year in the business and professional...
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Italian starchitect Massimiliano Fuksas is to masterplan the regeneration of Salford city centre as part of a consortium led by Locum Destination Consulting. Fuksas, whose recent work includes the...
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Shed KM Architects and Taylor Woodrow have been named as winners of the latest developer competition for New Islington Millennium Community, East Manchester. The Liverpool practice beat the likes...
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Richard Emerson, Chief Inspector of Historic Buildings at Historic Scotland since 1999, has stepped down from his position and will be moving to the south of France. The Historic Buildings and...
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Macmon Architects is to design a new £19m mental health hospital on the Gartnavel campus for NHS Greater Glasgow. The new private finance funded hospital will replace the two existing 19th century...
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Liverpool public art and landscape project, Threshold to the Ends of the Earth‚ will officially open in January. It forms part of a £60 million regeneration project sited within Liverpool’s...
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Reid Architecture’s Glasgow office has just completed a bespoke food store for Marks & Spencer at Livingston’s Almondvale West Retail Park. A striking entrance bay with silver rain screen...
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Manchester practice Stephenson Bell has designed a new KRO Bar within the Allies and Morrison building at One Piccadilly Gardens. The site overlooks Piccadilly Gardens, where the proposed bar area...
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Sheffield City Council and English Partnerships have appointed Urban Splash as the preferred developer partner for the redevelopment of the Park Hill housing estate. Park Hill is the largest Grade...
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The RIAS’s ‘Tramspotting’ conference at Ocean Terminal on November 26 examined development opportunities along the proposed three new tram routes in Edinburgh. Four architectural practices...
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A light sculpture by Greek artist Anna Constantinou has been installed at the site of the fire that devastated parts of Edinburgh’s Cowgate in 2002. The sculpture, called “Nuenergi”,...
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Construction of a sustainable mixed use development in the Ancoats area of East Manchester, designed by architects Aedas, started on site this week. Phase one of Eastside Valley (the former Advent...
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Watch this Space, an exhibition of work on the use of public space in Liverpool, presented by Bluecoat and Fivearts cities, will run at the Bluecoat Gallery until January 29. It features videos,...
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The NWDA has announced that it will provide £4m of funding for Urban Splash’s redevelopment of the Midland Hotel in Morecambe, part of a masterplan to regenerate the central seafront area of the...
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The first stage of £180 million plans to transform the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh into a more desirable place to live has moved a step closer. The 130-page Craigmillar Urban Design Framework...
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The Scottish Executive has announced the three main players in Architecture and Design Scotland, the body that will replace the Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland. Raymond Young OBE, an...
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£70m plans to revitalise Edinburgh’s Royal Museum, devised by Gareth Hoskins Architects and exhibition designers Ralph Appelbaum Associates, have been unveiled. Glasgow-based Hoskins won the...

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