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Whiteburn has announced that David Kilgour will head the £40 million project to transform the South Bridge/ Cowgate site in Edinburgh's Old Town into a bustling new district known as SoCo. The...
29 Nov 2006 - No comments
The owners of the Buchanan Galleries have unveiled plans which could see floor space at the Glasgow shopping centre expanded to one million square feet by 2010. If approved, the project would...
29 Nov 2006 - No comments
Dawn Developments and Glasgow City Council have agreed upon plans for a £150 million strategy to transform the former railway goods yard at the junction of High Street and Duke Street into a...
29 Nov 2006 - No comments
The Glasgow School of Art and the Briggait building have been awarded more than £5 million of funding by the Heritage Lottery Fund for refurbishments and restoration projects. The GSA was...
29 Nov 2006 - No comments
The Stewart Milne Group submitted a fresh application last week to develop housing and parking facilities at Park Circus and Park Quadrant. The new plans were designed by Page and Park...
28 Nov 2006 - No comments
Ian Gilzean, the head of the Scottish Executive’s Architecture Policy Unit, has been named as the new Chief Architect of Scotland. Gilzean fills the space left by John Gibbons when he retired...
23 Nov 2006 - No comments
Peter Taylor, chairman of The Town House Company, has revealed that his firm is to spend £17 million transforming the former Royal Scottish Automobile Club in Glasgow into a five-star luxury...
23 Nov 2006 - No comments
Glasgow City Council has selected the architect to design three new primary schools in the city. The three schools at Govan, Ruchill and Tinto form part of a wider primary schools investment...
23 Nov 2006 - No comments
On Friday the Glasgow Institute of Architects announced the winners of their annual awards. Following on from its success as winner of the RIAS Andrew Doolan Prize on Thursday, the Maggie's...
22 Nov 2006 - No comments
The Scottish Executive has announced another £5million of funds for the Edinburgh Royal Botanic Gardens visitors' centre following the Deputy Environment and Rural Development Minister's...
20 Nov 2006 - No comments
Last week MSPs voted in favour of sweeping reforms to Scotland's current planning system in a move to make the process simpler and faster. The Planning Bill went through last Thursday, and...
17 Nov 2006 - No comments
Page/Park architects have been announced as the winners of the RIAS Andrew Doolan Award for the Maggie's Centre in Inverness. The Glasgow-based architects picked up the £25,000 award at a gala...
16 Nov 2006 - No comments
Nominations are now being accepted for Architect of the Year and Emerging Architect of the Year as part of the Scottish Design Awards 2007. Nominations are invited from practice directors,...
15 Nov 2006 - No comments
Halliburton, one of the world's leading providers of products and services to the patroleum and energy industries, is to invest approximately £20 million on a new base of operations in Aberdeen....
15 Nov 2006 - No comments
Architecture and Design Scotland and the Minister for Health and Community Care, Andy Kerr, have launched the NHS Scotland Design Champions' Network. The project is part of a three year...
15 Nov 2006 - No comments
Benson + Forsyth has been announced as the appointed architects of the proposed new visitor centre at Beamish, following their RIBA competition win earlier this year. The new centre is part of...
13 Nov 2006 - No comments
The Scottish Executive is to spend around £7 million improving the homes of children in care. £5 million is to be spent on improving educational and residential facilites, with £2 million...
9 Nov 2006 - No comments
The winners of this year's Saltire Housing Awards were announced at the Lighthouse last Thursday. Awards went to Paterson Architects for Seaton Mains and ICOSIS for Signal Station House....
7 Nov 2006 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser Architects has been granted permission for its £11 million relocation plans for Scottish Ballet following months of negotiations. The Glasgow City Council approved scheme will...
6 Nov 2006 - No comments
Gordon Brown opened the new Maggie's Centre at Kirkcaldy on Friday amid much media excitement. Brown, who was attending the opening with his wife who is Patron of the Maggie’s charity, said the...
6 Nov 2006 - No comments
The RIAS has announced a shortlist of ten for the 2006 Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. The judges will now visit all the short listed buildings, the winner will be announced at...
6 Nov 2006 - No comments
Scottish property developer Hazledene Group has announced the appointment of Brian Stewart as a main board Director. Stewart, the former RMJM group Chief Executive, and figure head for the Holyrood...
6 Nov 2006 - No comments
Scottish practices NORD and Gareth Hoskins Architects both picked up titles in the BD Architect of the Year event in London last week. NORD was the winner of the highly prestigious BD’s Young...
1 Nov 2006 - No comments
Kilmarnock makes a regular appearance on the short list for Prospect's Plook on the Plinth award for Scotland's most dismal town. However, Austin Smith:Lord has been commissioned to improve the run...
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Ferry Village, a proposed new community between Braehead and Renfrew town centre has just been unveiled. The £245 million project will result in the construction of 2,000 new homes to be built by...
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Gareth Hoskins Architects has been short listed for Building Design's 'Health Building Architect of the Year Award 06'.  The award will be announced on Thursday 2nd November at the Hilton,...
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The results of this year's Saltire Awards will be announced on Thursday 2 November at the Lighthouse at 7pm. The awards will be presented by Rhona Brankin and the ceremony will be followed by...

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