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22 Feb 2007 - No comments
The Scottish Executive’s aspirations for the future of the nation’s architecture have been unveiled by Culture Minister Patricia Ferguson. In a document titled Building Our Legacy –...
22 Feb 2007 - No comments
Supermarket giant Asda is to open three new stores in the west of Scotland as part of a £500 million growth programme aimed at narrowing the gap with market leaders Tesco. The new stores will...
22 Feb 2007 - No comments
The Scottish Executive has launched a consultation on the implementation of a system of single surveys for house sales. The compulsory scheme - which could be in effect by 2008 - means that...
22 Feb 2007 - No comments
MSPs have been given a final report on the cost of the Scottish Parliament building which places the final costs at £414.4 million - £16 million cheaper than expected. Designed by the late...
16 Feb 2007 - No comments
Wexford County Council and the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland have announced that Glasgow-based NORD Architecture has won the New Headquarters for Wexford County Council...
15 Feb 2007 - No comments
Anderson Bell Christie has won the commission from Glasgow City Council to design three Glasgow primary schools. The schools are to be built in Ruchill, Tinto and Govan at a cost of £27...
15 Feb 2007 - No comments
Ministers have backed plans to build either a new bridge or tunnel across the Firth of Forth. The exact details of the development have still to be decided, but the project is expected to...
15 Feb 2007 - No comments
The former Royal Bank of Scotland head office building in Edinburgh has gone on the market, sparking interest in converting the site into a five-star hotel. The St Andrew Square building is up...
15 Feb 2007 - No comments
A major public consultation has begun concerning the future of the St James Shopping Centre in Edinburgh – once dubbed Scotland’s ugliest building. Edinburgh City Council and building...
9 Feb 2007 - No comments
Architecture and Design Scotland (A+DS) is to work with the Scottish Executive Development Department on a three year framework agreement to drive forward the design agenda with the six Pathfinder...
9 Feb 2007 - No comments
Developers have released new images of the £200 million housing development at the former Scottish and Newcastle brewery site in Edinburgh. The development team, consisting of Grosvenor, AMA...
8 Feb 2007 - No comments
The Glasgow Harbour development has been attacked by West Dumbartonshire Council for alleged “excessive” reliance on retail space. The £1.2 billion development will be subject to an...
6 Feb 2007 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser has resigned as the deputy chair of A+DS. Fraser’s resignation could push PPP up the political agenda in the run up to the May elections. In architectural circles it is likely...
6 Feb 2007 - No comments
Jm architects won the Hillhead primary school competition, we are hoping to run all of the short listed entries in the next issue of Prospect. We are hearing rumours that Gordon Murray of gm+ad and...
1 Feb 2007 - No comments
Glasgow has lost its bid to become the location for the UK’s first Las Vegas-style super-casino. The Casino Advisory Panel (CAP) granted the potentially lucrative licence to Manchester,...

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