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30 Nov 2007 - No comments
ArchitectureScotland.co.uk was last night (29 November) announced as the winner of the Website of the Year at the Scottish Magazine Awards 2007. ArchitectureScotland won against stiff...
30 Nov 2007 - No comments
Aberdeenshire Council’s infrastructure committee has rejected proposals for Donald Trump’s £1billion golf resort development. Outline planning approval was granted last week, however,...
28 Nov 2007 - No comments
Ayrshire Housing is involved in a major regeneration scheme which will see the construction of 100 new houses in Lochside, Ayr over the next year, and are consulting the locals as to the design,...
28 Nov 2007 - No comments
Coatbridge town centre has been awarded the Plook on the Plinth Award and dubbed 'Scotland's most dismal place' as part of this year's Carbuncle Awards. In a close-run race between the North...
28 Nov 2007 - No comments
Midlothian District Council has approved plans for the University of Edinburgh's new state of the art £25 million veterinary school designed by BDG McColl. The Royal (Dick) School of...
22 Nov 2007 - No comments
Plans for the £1billion Trump International golf resort in Aberdeenshire have been backed by local councillors and look likely to go ahead. Outline planning approval has been granted for the...
22 Nov 2007 - No comments
Planning permission has been granted for a new research facility for the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Edinburgh’s King’s Building Campus. Designed by Holmes...
22 Nov 2007 - No comments
With just four days of voting left, nominations have been pouring in for this year’s Carbuncle Awards, despite organisers architecturescotland and Prospect being branded snobs by sections of the...
15 Nov 2007 - No comments
Nominations for the Carbuncles 2007 have now closed. The short list for the Most Dismal Town, Most Disappointing Building and Worst Planning Decision will be announced this afternoon at which point...
14 Nov 2007 - No comments
Glasgow is to be the host city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, signifying potential new opportunities for architects and regeneration in parts of the city. The announcement was made in Sri...
14 Nov 2007 - No comments
Glasgow City Council has approved plans lodged by Progress Property Developments for a new six star hotel, designed by Ian Simpson Architects. The hotel, which will sit beside the Radisson...
5 Nov 2007 - No comments
The RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award 2007 was presented to Reiach and Hall for the Pier Arts Centre in Orkney at the Balmoral Hotel on Friday night. The £25,000 prize is the...
1 Nov 2007 - No comments
Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans for a shake-up of housing in Scotland, including the scrapping of housing quango Communities Scotland. The announcement comes as...

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