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A scheme by Austin-Smith:Lord for 70 apartments and townhouses, close to the Georgian terraces of Liverpool’s Rodney Street, has been given the green light. The scheme, for developer Frenson,...
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The shortlist for the new, £20million, Design Academy at Liverpool John Moores University has been announced. Practices in the running are Austin-Smith:Lord, Edward Cullinan, Fielden Clegg...
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The Association of Women in Property’s central Scotland branch is holding its annual dinner in Glasgow’s Radisson Hotel on Friday 18th February. Broadcaster Lesley Riddoch will be the guest...
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GM+AD has submitted proposals for an artist’s retreat in the grounds of the 16th century Dunderave Castle in Argyll for planning approval. The new building, on the shores of Loch Fyne,...
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By Charles Graham-Marr, Director, 3D Architects. At around 10.00am on Boxing Day on Kho Phi Phi Island in Thailand, the tsunami took the life of Dominic Stephenson and in so doing deprived his...
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The Parr Partnership has designed a £150million masterplan for the next phase of Pacific Quay in Glasgow. A planning application has been submitted to Glasgow City Council to develop a further...
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Davis Duncan Architects has won a competition to design new sports facilities for Craigholme School, within Glasgow’s Pollok Park and just off Haggs Road. The new building contains a sports hall,...
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This year’s Stirling Prize ceremony is to take place at Edinburgh’s Royal Museum on October 15, with the nearby Scottish Parliament building a hot favourite to win. The ceremony, which will be...
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The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded £4.26million to safeguard the future of Creswell Crags in Derbyshire and fund the creation of a new museum and education centre, designed by Manchester-based...
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London architect De Metz has been selected to design the second phase of social housing at New Islington, from a shortlist that included Riches Hawley Mikhail, Studio Egret West, Ash Sakula, Sarah...
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The new, £14.5million, Manchester Academy, designed by architect Aedas, has just opened its doors. Built on the site of the former Ducie High School in Moss Side, the new three-storey school will...
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Gareth Hoskins Architects has been commissioned to prepare a feasibility study for the redevelopment of the Greyfriars Kirkhouse in Edinburgh’s Old Town. The joint venture between Greyfriars...
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Property developer ISIS Waterside Regeneration has submitted plans for a mixed-use canal-side scheme at the gateway to New Islington – Manchester’s Millennium Community. A detailed planning...
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Architecture and Design Scotland is set to announce the identity of its new Chief Executive at the Scottish Executive’s Urban Design Conference on 24 February at the National Galleries of...
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John Prescott has announced that the proposed national Academy for Sustainable Communities (ASC) will be located in Leeds. The bid to host the new academy was put forward by Yorkshire Forward on...
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Plans to redevelop Edinburgh’s former Scottish & Newcastle brewery in Fountainbridge have been submitted to the Council by developers Fountain North Ltd. The masterplan, by architects...
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Tees Valley Regeneration has announced the shortlist of six developers seeking to build the first phase of Middlesborough’s Middlehaven, masterplanned by Will Alsop. The developers are Urban...
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Glasgow’s Govanhill Pool, which was shut in 2001, could be set to re-open after campaigners to restore the building were awarded charitable status. They have formed the Govanhill Baths Community...
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Ian Simpson Architects’ plans to build Liverpool’s tallest tower at Brunswick Quay have been thwarted, with the news that Liverpool City Council has refused planning permission for the scheme....
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Elgin Place Congregational Church on Glasgow’s Pitt Street was demolished on Christmas Eve 2004 following a fire in November. The demolition of the building has raised eyebrows among some...

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