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26 Sep 2007 - No comments
Plans have been drawn up to breathe new life into the former seaside favourites, Rothesay, Helensburgh, Oban, Dunoon and Campbeltown. Pier developments, marinas, public walkways and improved...
26 Sep 2007 - No comments
Irvine Bay Regeneration Company has kick started its £100 million plans with two major developments. The URC has drawn up a shortlist of potential development partners for a £30 million mixed-use...
26 Sep 2007 - No comments
Creative designer and entrepreneur Bill Borland is putting pressure on the government and developers to adopt his idea for ‘aquatic villages.’ Floating homes have been successfully...
20 Sep 2007 - No comments
Nicoll Russell Studios has gone on site for the £5.3million redevelopment and extension to the Howden Park Centre in Livingston. The project is being funded by the Scottish Arts Council...
20 Sep 2007 - No comments
Earlier this week Glasgow City Council was presented with a plaque to mark the inclusion of the Gareth Hoskins-designed The Bridge Arts Centre in the shortlist for this year’s Prime Minister’s...
20 Sep 2007 - No comments
Alan Dunlop of gm+ad has been appointed by The Scott Sutherland School of Architecture & Built Environment at the Robert Gordon University as new visiting professor. Dunlop is to lead and...
12 Sep 2007 - No comments
RIAS has confirmed that the judging panel for the 2007 RIAS Andrew Doolan Award will comprise of Doug Read, Richard Murphy, Louisa Hutton and Rob Joiner. Outreach Manager Maureen McKellar...
12 Sep 2007 - No comments
Cooper Cromar has denied rumours that it has been replaced by London practice Conran & Partners on the £120 million skyscraper project for St Vincent Street in Glasgow. It was alleged that...
12 Sep 2007 - No comments
Aberdeenshire Council planners look likely to recommend the approval of Donald Trump’s multi-million pound proposed golf development despite recent criticism from Architecture and Design...
5 Sep 2007 - No comments
The RMJM-designed masterplan for Edinburgh’s waterfront development was put before Edinburgh City Council earlier this week, the largest proposal ever to be put before the council. The...
5 Sep 2007 - No comments
Tiger Developments has launched a planning application for its £200 million Haymarket project. The master-plan – designed by Richard Murphy- includes a five-star, 180 bedroom InterContinental...
5 Sep 2007 - No comments
Urban Splash, the highly successful the Manchester based developer, is currently pitching for two projects in Scotland. Although the developer says it’s premature to talk about an urban splash...
5 Sep 2007 - No comments
On the west coast Tiger Developments has purchased the ten -acre Scotland Street site in Glasgow. The site, which includes Macintosh’s Scotland Street School, was subject of re-development...
5 Sep 2007 - No comments
Richard Murphy Architects has been sacked from the Donaldson School for the Deaf project by CALA and replaced by Yeoman McAllister. The project to convert the A-Listed School by William Playfair to...

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