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24 Jul 2006 - No comments
The Lighthouse has announced the winners of the 2006 SIX student architecture awards. The £1,200 RIAS Silver Medal for a 5th year student went to David Eland of Edinburgh University for “a...
24 Jul 2006 - No comments
‘R3’ – a joint venture consortium of the Cruden Group and George Wimpey - has won preferred bidder status for a £120m ten year project to transform the Raploch area of Stirling.Gareth...
24 Jul 2006 - No comments
Joint owners The Mills and Ivanhoe Cambridge have unveiled plans, drawn up by Cooper Cromar, to redevelop Glasgow’s St. Enoch Centre shopping complex in Glasgow. The proposal, which is expected...
24 Jul 2006 - No comments
Tiger Developments, a London based developer, has been named as the preferred bidder for the Haymarket site in Edinburgh. The site was owned by the EDI Group, the Council’s arms-length property...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Reiach and Hall has won the competition to design Dundee Council’s new £20 million offices on North Lindsay Street at the back of the Overgate Centre. Reiach and Hall’s scheme was chosen from...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
The City of Edinburgh Council is to sell one of the EDI’s most important assets, the Haymarket site, to raise funds to cover the budget shortfall generated by staff equal opportunities claims....
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
RMJM has been short-listed alongside OMA, Jean Nouvel, Herzog& de Meuron, Richard Rogers Partnership, Massimiliano Fuksas and Daniel Libeskind, in the competition for a major development in the...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Edinburgh Tall buildings policy should be published shortly. At the recent World Heritage Site Trust event Inspiring Cities, Hal Moggridge of Colvin and Moggridge, described the methodology behind...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Last month Argyll and Bute planning officers were due to advise local councillors to refuse permission for the Archdiocese’s proposals for St Peter’s seminary but the application was held back...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Cumbernauld Community Forum held a one-day workshop in the spring to discuss ways in which their town centre could be improved. Although the event was well attended by local people, the council was...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser’s plans for the Scottish ballet building at Glasgow’s Tramway have met with objections from some locals. The MFA scheme takes a difficult brief for a rehearsal and set-making...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Plans to demolish five buildings, two of them listed, within the Edinburgh World Heritage Site in Edinburgh have provoked uproar among heritage and amenity bodies. Mountgrange plc and Allan...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
A world-leading planning expert currently rebuilding Louisiana and Mississippi following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita is to help plan a new Highland community. Moray Estates has appointed Andres...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
A planning application for SoCo, the mixed-use development to occupy the site created by the Cowgate fire in 2002, is expected to be submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council before the end of...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Holmes Partnership has recently completed new homes for Bellway Homes on the site of the former McLellan rubberworks, situated on the Forth and Clyde Canal. Along the north edge of the site, the...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Michael Laird Architects has designed a new office for the Premier Property Group. The 10,200 square metre building will form the first phase of a major redevelopment of the former BAe systems...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Can a town be transformed into a web portal? Canadian artist, Sylvia Grace Borda, spent over a year addressing this very question. Her response is a new ‘media portal’, complete with...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
The University of Aberdeen has selected Schmidt Hammer Lassen, a Danish practice, to design a £55.5m flagship library. The library is part of the university\'s ten-year investment in its £228m...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Royal Mail has launched six British buildings on a new set of special stamps. The stamps feature two Scottish projects; Dundee\'s Maggie\'s Centre on the 42p stamp and An Turas by Sutherland Hussey...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
A delgation of civil servants from Shanghai viisted Scotland last month to look at regeneration policy .A return trip is planned in October. Organised by Oxford University Department of Continuing...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Anderson Bell Christie are pleased to announce that Bruce Newlands, Cathy Cooper, Jane Donoghue and Stephen Good have become Associates, and that Rowena Statt has become an Associate in Urban...
6 Jul 2006 - No comments
Keppie Design has won the £284million NHS Forth Valley PPP project. A team led by Equion, Serco and Laing O’Rourke is now preferred bidder for the 814 bed Forth Valley Acute Services...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Anderson Bell Christie are announced that Bruce Newlands, Cathy Cooper, Jane Donoghue and Stephen Good have become Associates, and that Rowena Statt has become an Associate in Urban Design,...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Royal Mail has launched six British buildings on a new set of special stamps. The stamps feature two Scottish projects; Dundee's Maggie's Centre on the 42p stamp and An Turas by Sutherland Hussey...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
The University of Aberdeen has selected Schmidt Hammer Lassen, a Danish practice, to design a £55.5m flagship library. The library is part of the university's ten-year investment in its £228m...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Can a town be transformed into a web portal? Canadian artist, Sylvia Grace Borda, spent over a year addressing this very question. Her response is a new ‘media portal’, complete with...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Michael Laird Architects has designed a new office for the Premier Property Group. The 10,200 square metre building will form the first phase of a major redevelopment of the former BAe systems...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Holmes Partnership has recently completed new homes for Bellway Homes on the site of the former McLellan rubberworks, situated on the Forth and Clyde Canal. Along the north edge of the site, the...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
A planning application for SoCo, the mixed-use development to occupy the site created by the Cowgate fire in 2002, is expected to be submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council before the end of...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
A world-leading planning expert currently rebuilding Louisiana and Mississippi following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita is to help plan a new Highland community. Moray Estates has appointed Andres...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Plans to demolish five buildings, two of them listed, within the Edinburgh World Heritage Site in Edinburgh have provoked uproar among heritage and amenity bodies. Mountgrange plc and Allan...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser’s plans for the Scottish ballet building at Glasgow’s Tramway have met with objections from some locals. The MFA scheme takes a difficult brief for a rehearsal and set-making...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
The Lighthouse has announced the winners of the 2006 SIX student architecture awards. The £1,200 RIAS Silver Medal for a 5th year student went to David Eland of Edinburgh University for “a...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
URBAN ALCHEMY: The Transforming Power of Art and Architecture is a key conference for artists, architects, planners, developers, community leaders and policy makers will take place at Belfast...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
‘R3’ – a joint venture consortium of the Cruden Group and George Wimpey - has won preferred bidder status for a £120m ten year project to transform the Raploch area of Stirling.Gareth...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Joint owners The Mills and Ivanhoe Cambridge have unveiled plans, drawn up by Cooper Cromar, to redevelop Glasgow’s St. Enoch Centre shopping complex in Glasgow. The proposal, which is expected...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Tiger Developments, a London based developer, has been named as the preferred bidder for the Haymarket site in Edinburgh. The site was owned by the EDI Group, the Council’s arms-length property...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Reiach and Hall has won the competition to design Dundee Council’s new £20 million offices on North Lindsay Street at the back of the Overgate Centre. Reiach and Hall’s scheme was chosen...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
RMJM has been short-listed alongside OMA, Jean Nouvel, Herzog& de Meuron, Richard Rogers Partnership, Massimiliano Fuksas and Daniel Libeskind, in the competition for a major development in the...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
The City of Edinburgh Council is to sell one of the EDI’s most important assets, the Haymarket site, to raise funds to cover the budget shortfall generated by staff equal opportunities claims....
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Edinburgh Tall buildings policy should be published shortly. At the recent World Heritage Site Trust event Inspiring Cities, Hal Moggridge of Colvin and Moggridge, described the methodology...
1 Jul 2006 - No comments
Cumbernauld Community Forum held a one-day workshop in the spring to discuss ways in which their town centre could be improved. Although the event was well attended by local people, the council...

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