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20 Dec 2013 - No comments
A £25m redevelopment of Edinburgh’s Haymarket Station , Scotland’s fourth busiest, has been officially opened today by Network Rail. The upgraded station has seen its public spaces...
19 Dec 2013 - No comments
Gareth Hoskins has travelled to Vienna to present his practices competition winning plans for the renovation and rebuild of the Weltmuseum Wien, won in conjunction with Ralph Appelbaum and Vasko...
19 Dec 2013 - No comments
South Lanarkshire Council has opened the doors of the latest school to be delivered under its modernisation programme, Lanark Primary . The £5m school was built by Kier Construction and...
19 Dec 2013 - No comments
A consortium comprising Barclays Infrastructure Funds Management, McLaughlin & Harvey and Hochtief FM, are to commence delivery of Ayrshire College, Kilmarnock, early in the New Year. C3 were...
18 Dec 2013 - No comments
Gareth Hoskins Architects have published the first images of their RIBA competition winning scheme to design a new dance and drama studio for Bird College in Sidcup, South London. The...
18 Dec 2013 - No comments
Work to build a £3.28m community centre in Dalmarnock has got underway on land next to the Emirates Arena as part of continued regeneration sparked by the Commonwealth Games. Dalmarnock...
17 Dec 2013 - No comments
Dunoon’s CHORD board has approved stage C designs prepared by Parsons Brinkerhoff and Malcolm Fraser Architects for the redevelopment of Dunoon’s Queens Hall - designed by BMJ Architects in...
17 Dec 2013 - No comments
East Ayrshire Council has moved to refuse listed building consent for the demolition of a B-listed Southhook Potteries building on Kilmarnock’s Western Road after agreeing with an...
17 Dec 2013 - No comments
Representatives from Muse Developments and Halliday Fraser Munro have staged a second public consultation into their plans for the transformation of Aberdeen’s St Nicholas House. As the name...
17 Dec 2013 - No comments
Businesses located on Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street have lent their backing to a Business Improvement District plan which would see the famous shopping street turned into a leisure and...
16 Dec 2013 - No comments
A consortium including architects Ralph Appelbaum and Gareth Hoskins have secured the commission to renovate and rebuild Vienna’s Weltmuseum Wien. The design team won a competitive tendering...
16 Dec 2013 - No comments
A new community centre in Auchendinny, Midlothian, has been handed over to the Glencorse Association ahead of its official opening next January. It replaces a seventies era village hall which...
16 Dec 2013 - No comments
Collective Architecture has renewed their bid for capital funding for a new community centre at Barmulloch following an earlier feasibility study. The £1.3m development would replace an...
13 Dec 2013 - No comments
Ian Springford Architects have completed a new build church hall for St Martin’s Parish Church, alongside a development of 12 flats and 11 houses , for Port of Leith Housing Association....
13 Dec 2013 - No comments
BDP has named Glasgow studio head John McManus as its new chief executive following a decision by Peter Drummond not to seek re-election to the role as he switches to chair of the practices London...
12 Dec 2013 - No comments
The City of Edinburgh Council has published three distinct visions for the redevelopment of Meadowbank Sports Centre and Stadium following a preliminary appraisal of options for the venue....
12 Dec 2013 - No comments
The Craighouse Partnership has submitted revised proposals for the conversion and redevelopment of its former Craighouse campus into new housing. The plan is intended to secure the future...
11 Dec 2013 - No comments
Work to build a new James Gillespie’s High School in Edinburgh has commenced with Morrison Construction moving on site of the £34m development. Designed by JM Architects on behalf of...
11 Dec 2013 - No comments
Page\Park architects, the Glasgow practice established by David Page and Brian Park in 1981, has become an employee-owned business. Since its formation the company has expanded to employ 40...
11 Dec 2013 - No comments
Highland Council has awarded planning consent for a National Centre for Gaelic Language and Culture at Sleat on the Isle of Skye, to be operated by Sabhal Mor Ostaig. Drawn up jointly by...
10 Dec 2013 - No comments
Glasgow’s Dalmarnock Station has re-opened its doors to train users following completion of an extensive £12m revamp undertaken by Atkins Global and Network Rail. The work, undertaken ahead...
10 Dec 2013 - No comments
Queensberry, a joint venture between Buccleugh and Cruden Homes, has announced it has teamed up with Telereal Trillium to develop 81 new flats and townhouses on a 4.9 acre site in Edinburgh’s...
10 Dec 2013 - No comments
Aitken Turnbull Architects have announced their acquisition of Border Architects, a move which will see Border’s Marc Haslam, and Rob Slaney moving to Aitken Turnbull’s Galashiels and Edinburgh...
9 Dec 2013 - No comments
A bid to transform St Joseph’s Church, Creetown, into a community and traditional music centre has received a major boost after planning permission was granted by Dumfries & Galloway Council...
9 Dec 2013 - No comments
Plans to erect 3,500 homes, together with business space and parkland , on the outskirts of Edinburgh have set feathers flying before the master plan has even been submitted after the scheme was...
9 Dec 2013 - No comments
Perth & Kinross Council has selected BAM Construction to deliver two new primary schools as part of a £17m capital investment, accommodating 1,000 nursery and primary pupils between them when they...
6 Dec 2013 - No comments
Chancellor George Osborne has given the government backing to an £11m space technology centre at Edinburgh University, named in honour of Nobel Prize winning physicist Peter Higgs. The Higgs...
6 Dec 2013 - No comments
Efforts to breathe new life into the crumbling St Peter’s Seminary have been given a lifeline with the award of a £566k Heritage Lottery Fund grant and the possibility of a further £3m by...
5 Dec 2013 - No comments
Hypostyle architects have filed a planning application to demolish Glasgow's B listed Belvidere Hospital to make way for 22 new homes. Developer Kier Homes, owner of the London Road plot,...
5 Dec 2013 - No comments
Rural Housing Scotland has revealed the names of six shortlisted practices in its competition to design a house which is both simple to build and affordable. These are Arc Architects, Anta...
5 Dec 2013 - No comments
Aberdeen international Airport has unveiled plans for a £13m redevelopment of its main terminal building to provide a new security area, expanded baggage reclaim and additional shops and...
4 Dec 2013 - No comments
Buro Happold has been named winners of a competition to design a new visitor centre for Hammershus castle, one of Denmark’s historically significant ancient monuments. Working alongside...
4 Dec 2013 - No comments
A community group bid to save Perth’s B-listed City hall from demolition by turning it into an indoor food market has been rejected by Perth & Kinross Council after it found insufficient...
4 Dec 2013 - No comments
Advance work to build a new £37m Alford Community Campus are taking place ahead of main construction work beginning in the New Year. Part of a £102m capital spending programme by...
3 Dec 2013 - No comments
Nord Architecture have has filed a planning application for Scotland’s ninth Maggie’s Centre , to be built in the grounds of Keppie’s Forth Valley Royal Hospital, Larbert. Inspired by...
3 Dec 2013 - No comments
A £2.2m public realm project in Irvine, Ayrshire, has been unveiled by Austin-Smith:Lord, concluding an 18 month build programme around the recently revitalised Bridgegate House ....
3 Dec 2013 - No comments
The RIAS has fired a fresh salvo in its public spat with the Commission for Ethical Standards in Scottish Public Life , following the publication of figures showing the commission has a clear-up...
2 Dec 2013 - No comments
Archial has moved to formalise its relationship with Norr, three years on from its acquisition by the Canadian practices parent company, Ingenium Group . Until today the Ingenium Group traded...
2 Dec 2013 - No comments
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh have been named as recipients of a £2.7m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund toward an extension and redevelopment of Scotland’s oldest medical...
2 Dec 2013 - No comments
Safedem have successfully completed the demolition of a 25 storey block of flats in the Roystonhill area of Glasgow as part of a new master plan for the area. Glasgow Housing Association is...
2 Dec 2013 - No comments
The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation has become the first listed building in the UK to earn a ‘BREEAM Outstanding’ award at design stage, although it will have to wait a further six...

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