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28 Jun 2007 - No comments
John Bute, Christie’s and Savills have announced that Dumfries House, along with all its contents and 2,000 acre estate, has been acquired for the nation by The Art Fund. The venture was...
28 Jun 2007 - No comments
The RIAS has announced that Mary Wrenn has resigned as Chief Executive of the Incorporation and will leave in August. Wrenn said she was pleased to have been a “catalyst for change” in the...
27 Jun 2007 - No comments
Hazledene Estates has been granted planning permission for the redevelopment of the former Satrosphere centre on Justice Mill Lane in Aberdeen. The £60 million project has been designed by...
25 Jun 2007 - No comments
gm+ad architects has submitted plans for a £13.1 million, environmentally friendly community hub to be built in the Govan area of Glasgow. The centre will provide nursing, social and health...
20 Jun 2007 - No comments
Protesters pelted the proposed site of a new Tesco supermarket in Partick with seeds earlier this week. Campaigners fired seed bombs at the site with a medieval catapult in order to highlight...
20 Jun 2007 - No comments
RMJM has merged with American firm Hillier, to create a global architectural ‘super studio.’ The new practice boasts over 1,000 architects working in 16 cites across the world, with a...
20 Jun 2007 - No comments
The multi-million Caltongate development in Edinburgh’s Old Town faced fresh criticism this week following police concerns that the new project will attract ‘yobs and drug addicts.’...
17 Jun 2007 - No comments
BBC Scotland is screening a programme on BBC One on Monday 18 June which will take a critical look at new developments along the banks of the River Clyde. "I don’t know any Glaswegian who...
15 Jun 2007 - No comments
Plans for the redevelopment of the former Clydesdale steel works site near Motherwell have been approved by North Lanarkshire Council. The £110 million scheme headed by Banks Developments...
15 Jun 2007 - No comments
The opening of the Riverside Museum in Glasgow has been delayed by at least 18 months, with the building now scheduled for completion in late 2010. The delays have been attributed to...
14 Jun 2007 - No comments
Plans for a new sports stadium in Edinburgh were described as “dead in the water” by council members earlier this week. City of Edinburgh Council’s new planning leader, Jim Lowrie, said...
13 Jun 2007 - No comments
The 200 year old Coodham Estate in Ayrshire has been relaunched to the public following a massive restoration project splitting the house into luxury flats and houses. The main building has...
13 Jun 2007 - No comments
Selfridges are poised to announce their plans for a new store in Glasgow, according to City Council officials. No timescale has been given, nor has any planning application been submitted,...
8 Jun 2007 - No comments
Work has begun on the £100 million redevelopment of Glasgow's St Enoch Centre. Demolition work started yesterday at the former Clydesdale Bank site on the corner of Argyll Street and St Enoch...
8 Jun 2007 - No comments
The Highland Housing Fair and the RIAS have announced the architectural winners of the competition to develop 27 plots on the exhibition site at Balvonie Braes to the South east of Inverness. The...
8 Jun 2007 - No comments
3D Architects, the third largest practice in Scotland, have announced a merger with REID architecture. The new practice will be called 3DReid. 3D and REID architecture have a long...
8 Jun 2007 - No comments
The Scottish Wildlife Trust (SWT) has become the latest environmental group to speak out against billionaire Donald Trump's plans for a lavish £1 billion golf resort near Aberdeen. The SWT...
7 Jun 2007 - No comments
St Peter’s Seminary at Cardross by Gillespie Kidd and Coia and Mavisbank have made it on to the World Monument Fund’s list of the 100 most endangered sites for 2008. The WMF, which has its...
6 Jun 2007 - No comments
Penny Lewis, Prospect editor, visited Denmark to look at shared spaces and home-zones with Parc Life, the URC responsible for the expansion and regeneration of Craigmillar. Here are some...
6 Jun 2007 - No comments
The first images of the multi - million pound Ailsa Craig Centre to be built in Girvan have been released. The centre, designed by John McAslan, is to be built on the shoreline of the town...
6 Jun 2007 - No comments
The Antonine Shopping Centre in Cumbernauld was officially opened to the public this morning by North Lanarkshire Provost, Thomas Curley. The £40 million centre, developed by London and...
4 Jun 2007 - No comments
Draw Architects has been shortlisted to design the £10 million British Pavilion for World Expo 2010 in Shanghai for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) alongside five other practices; Zaha...

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