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30 Sep 2013 - No comments
Housing association the Link Group, in partnership with contractors J. Smart & Co, have submitted plans for seven new apartment buildings and associated car parking on land off Ferry Road,...
30 Sep 2013 - No comments
Glasgow’s revamped George Square has been opened to the public by the city council, culminating an ignominious renewal process . The £500k project has seen the reinstatement of two grass...
27 Sep 2013 - No comments
Plans to erect a £10m student accommodation block hosting 257 bedrooms in Glasgow’s east end have been submitted by Legacy Student Living . Part of Page\Park’s Collegelands masterplan...
27 Sep 2013 - No comments
Work to build a new medical centre in Ardrossan has commenced with Morrison Construction moving on site of a C-listed former police station to carry out a £2.5m refurbishment. Designed by...
26 Sep 2013 - No comments
Work to transform an historic former hospital, Edinburgh’s Deaconess House , into student accommodation has achieved a significant milestone with main contractor Graham Construction holding a...
26 Sep 2013 - No comments
Foster + Partners SSE Hydro has been officially unveiled for the first time today with the SECC, architects and Glasgow City Council rolling out the red carpet for the venues inaugural performance...
25 Sep 2013 - No comments
A team of landscape architects, volunteers, students and botanists have teamed up with the Northumberland National Park Authority to deliver the UK’s first Whin grassland roof at a new discovery...
25 Sep 2013 - No comments
Glasgow has topped a list of cities offering investors the highest yield on student property investment, according to a report published by property website Zoopla. The city beat northern...
25 Sep 2013 - No comments
Page\Park have completed renovation work at St Andrews University’s Martyrs Kirk, transforming the former church into reading and research rooms for the faculty of arts and special collections....
24 Sep 2013 - No comments
A newly built student residential development has been showcased by its architect, Paul Stallan, who designed the campus alongside  his former studio at RMJM. Heriot-Watt Universities...
24 Sep 2013 - No comments
Rural Housing Scotland has launched a design competition for an affordable, energy efficient home, suitable for island locations with the support of Architecture and Design Scotland - who have...
23 Sep 2013 - No comments
The latest Maggie’s Centre to open its doors to cancer patients has been officially unveiled by golfer Colin Montgomerie HM the Queen of Norway and HRH the Duchess of Rothesay. Named after...
23 Sep 2013 - No comments
Civil engineers W M Donald have seen off a six strong shortlist to secure an £8m tender for phase one works of Chapelton, Scotland’s largest New Town. This work will entail construction of...
20 Sep 2013 - No comments
Professor Charles MacCallum, former head of the Mackintosh School of Architecture who cut his teeth at Gillespie Kidd and Coia from 1967-67, has passed away at the age of 78. Born in 1935...
20 Sep 2013 - No comments
BRE and Zero Waste Scotland have launched the Resource Efficient House at BRE Innovation Park, Ravenscraig. Built in partnership with Tigh Grian the prototype home demonstrates the latest...
18 Sep 2013 - No comments
Plans for a five-year public realm project intended to help build a new community at Laurieston, Glasgow, have been launched by Urban Union. The developer has set out a range of 20...
16 Sep 2013 - No comments
WT Architecture on behalf of Network Rail has drawn up early concept designs for a new Forth Bridge visitor centre. The feasibility study has been drawn up in collaboration with tourism and...
16 Sep 2013 - No comments
Culture secretary Fiona Hyslop ( @fionahyslop ) is to take part in a live Twitter chat on Tuesday 24 September to hear views on how the Scottish Government should mark 2016 as Year of Innovation,...
13 Sep 2013 - No comments
Aberdeen City Council has given the go ahead to proposals to close the existing Kincorth and Torry Academies for replacement by a new £32m combined school. £10m of this money has been...
13 Sep 2013 - No comments
An application for planning in principle has been filed for Madras College by Aedas Architects on behalf of Fife Council as part of efforts to gauge local opinion ahead of a full. The new...
13 Sep 2013 - No comments
Plans to erect a 3m high stone filled gabion wall along Johnston Terrace, Edinburgh Castle have been submitted by Historic Scotland in a bid to contain the risk presented by falling rocks....
12 Sep 2013 - No comments
First Minister Alex Salmond has officially designated 2016 as the Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design - an effort to grow participation in and understanding of the built environment....
12 Sep 2013 - No comments
Edinburgh has seen off competition from Dundee and Stirling to win the right to host a £30m National Performance Centre for Sport after winning the unanimous approval of judges. Their...
11 Sep 2013 - No comments
Perennial Carbuncle favourite Cumbernauld is the recipient of an altogether more welcome accolade after being named as the most ‘beautiful’ small city in Scotland. The accolade was...
11 Sep 2013 - No comments
Aberdeenshire Council has approved plans to construct Baldarroch Chapel and Crematorium at Crathes on Deeside, the first such crematorium to be built in the area. Designed by WCP Architects...
11 Sep 2013 - No comments
Page\Park’s plans for a £30m redevelopment of Glasgow Caledonian University’s city centre campus have been given the green light from planners, paving the way for expanded teaching, research...
10 Sep 2013 - No comments
Graven Images have taken the wraps off their work to redesign an executive lounge at Glasgow Airport on behalf of British Airways, transforming the existing lounge into a series of smaller spaces...
10 Sep 2013 - No comments
Plans for a £34m new build Inverness Royal Academy are to be shown off for the first time at a public drop in exhibition hosted by Highland Council. This will see the existing Academy...
10 Sep 2013 - No comments
Scottish Water’s new national operations centre, known as 'Scottish Water The Bridge', has been formally completed following an 18 month build programme by contractor BAM. Located in...
9 Sep 2013 - No comments
Work to deliver a new £14.5m town hall in Johnstone is to move on site with Renfrewshire Council pulling the trigger in October, following completion of site clearance works . Designed to...
9 Sep 2013 - No comments
Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon has paid a visit to a landmark commercial development on the site of the auditoriums of the former Odeon cinema, whose foyer has been retained for a separate...
9 Sep 2013 - No comments
Coltart Earley has completed a development of 87 flats at Glasgow’s Yorkhill on behalf of Partick Housing Association. Built by McTaggart Construction Centurion Way is the first mid-market...
6 Sep 2013 - No comments
An architecture graduate has moved to fill the breach left by Falkirk Council over perennially delayed plans to regenerate the town, by penning a striking proposal of his own. Pavel Kulagin,...
6 Sep 2013 - No comments
Developer Dandara has announced it is to push ahead with plans first drawn up by Stewart Milne and Halliday Fraser Munro back in 2011 to build a 72,600sq/ft office block around the A listed Triple...
5 Sep 2013 - No comments
Glasgow’s Skypark business quarter has unveiled expansion plans in the form of the Azure Building, a 135,000sq/ft block adjacent to the Clydeside Expressway. Rising to seven storeys the...
5 Sep 2013 - No comments
A two month long charitable construction drive to deliver the Mutende Childrens Village near Chingola, Zambia, has concluded with the unveiling of the completed hall. Designed to provide...
5 Sep 2013 - No comments
The latest batch of schools to open their doors to pupils, Auchmuty High School and Dumbarton Academy, have been handed over by BAM Construction alongside Eastwood and Lasswade High Schools ....
4 Sep 2013 - No comments
Kier Construction has moved on site of a £5.7m care home in Brodick on the Isle of Arran on behalf of North Ayrshire Council. Designed by McLean Architects the scheme will replace the...
4 Sep 2013 - No comments
An initiative led by the University of Dundee, in partnership with Collective Architecture, to improve the design of care homes has received £1.3m of funding from The Built Environment for Social...
4 Sep 2013 - No comments
Ellson Buchanan Architects have unveiled the refurbishment and extension of a late Victorian sandstone villa in Broomhill, Glasgow. Comprising a sandstone clad extension forming an open plan...
3 Sep 2013 - No comments
A scale model of the planned Star of Caledonia artwork for the Scotland/England border at Gretna has been unveiled by Environmental Art Festival Scotland. De-marking the border between the two...
3 Sep 2013 - No comments
Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) are inviting entries from design professionals and students to produce concept designs for a new green bridge at the Seven Lochs Wetland Park, a new...
3 Sep 2013 - No comments
Artisan Real Estate, developer behind a £150M regeneration project in Edinburgh’s Caltongate district have submitted revised proposals to Edinburgh City Council following the conclusion of a...
3 Sep 2013 - No comments
Demolition of an 18 storey tower block adjacent to the M8 motorway in Glasgow city centre has heralded the commencement of a £50m regeneration programme for the area. The Sunday morning...

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