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31 Jan 2014 - No comments
Construction work has commenced on a £200m development adjacent to Haymarket Station which will ultimately play host to commercial accommodation, leisure space, a 165 bed hotel and underground car...
31 Jan 2014 - No comments
Dundee’s bid to build a waterfront outpost of the V&A Museum has received a cash boost after winning a £9.4m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. The sum will go some way toward meeting...
30 Jan 2014 - No comments
A fresh batch of visuals depicting the planned Forth Bridge Experience has been released by Network Rail in support of a detailed business plan for a new visitor experience for the World Heritage...
30 Jan 2014 - No comments
A volunteer action group has received £3,650 in start-up funding toward creation of a business plan for the conversion of Montrose swimming pool into a new cinema and arts centre. Indicative...
30 Jan 2014 - No comments
Elsick Development Company (EDC) has released a new visualisation of their planned 8,000 home settlement on 2,000 acres of Aberdeenshire farmland. Infrastructure work for the £2bn Chapelton...
29 Jan 2014 - No comments
A £7m bid to upgrade Aberdeen Music Hall has received a financial shot in the arm after Creative Scotland agreed to award £1.5m in funding toward an overhaul of the A-listed venue. This...
29 Jan 2014 - No comments
Planners at The City of Edinburgh Council have today agreed to grant permission for a £150m redevelopment of the Caltongate , at the heart of the historic Old Town. Developer Artisan and...
29 Jan 2014 - No comments
Inverclyde Council has officially unveiled one of the biggest school-build projects in Scotland, the £44m Port Glasgow Community Campus. Housing the former Port Glasgow High, St Stephen’s...
28 Jan 2014 - No comments
The first new homes to be delivered under a £90m of redevelopment of Glasgow’s Laurieston district since work began on the site 18 months ago have been unwrapped. The Laurieston master...
28 Jan 2014 - No comments
The latest station on Glasgow’s subway network to be given a facelift has been officially unveiled by Strathclyde Passenger Transport. Part of a £288m modernisation programme the £1.7m...
28 Jan 2014 - No comments
Sonila Kadillari, a fifth year master of architecture graduate at UCL Bartlett, has won the inaugural Max Fordham Environmental Design prize for a project to model the terrain and environment of...
27 Jan 2014 - No comments
Scottish Enterprise has officially opened its £10m industry engagement building, inovo, a purpose-built office block which will help support the offshore renewable energy market. Situated...
27 Jan 2014 - No comments
A £30m scheme to rebuild a key plot in Edinburgh’s Cowgate has been completed, twelve years after a fire gutted the historic site at the heart of the Old Town. Designed by ICA Architects...
27 Jan 2014 - No comments
Transport Scotland has announced that a planned £49m expansion of Glasgow’s Queen Street Station will be more ambitious than first thought, after it published the final business case for the...
27 Jan 2014 - No comments
A new vision to revitalise Aberdeen’s ailing Union Street by way of a giant illuminated canopy have been unveiled by Halliday Fraser Munro Architects to stimulate fresh debate on the future of...
24 Jan 2014 - No comments
Work to deliver a raft of new visitor facilities at the Helix Park, Falkirk, is proceeding apace with completion of a new 110sq/m café by Keppie Design on behalf of Falkirk Community Trust....
24 Jan 2014 - No comments
Sheppard Robson Architects have received planning consent from Glasgow City Council to build a 135,000sq/ft office development at the Skypark business park, although construction will not start...
23 Jan 2014 - No comments
Scotland’s ‘first house’, a distinctive black and white former Toll Bar cottage on the border with England, is to reopen as a coffee shop after lying empty for several years. Familiar to...
23 Jan 2014 - No comments
Springfield Properties has announced it is to stage a public consultation into plans to build a £150m housing scheme on the outskirts of Dundee this Wednesday. Western Gateway would deliver...
22 Jan 2014 - No comments
Angus Council has announced that construction will take place as early as April this year on new secondary schools for Brechin and Forfar as part of a £50m investment delivered through hub East...
22 Jan 2014 - No comments
Plans to build a £1.2m Kelpies visitor centre in Falkirk and a watersports centre at Pinkston, Glasgow, have been given a shot in the arm following a decision by the Scottish Government to...
22 Jan 2014 - No comments
SPT have unveiled designs for a new glazed canopy at the entrance to St Enoch Station as part of an ongoing £288m revamp of Glasgow’s ageing subway system. Designed by Aedas the glass...
21 Jan 2014 - No comments
A £1.7m office development constructed entirely from 37 disused shipping containers has been officially unveiled at Seabraes Yard on Dundee’s waterfront by Scottish Enterprise. District...
21 Jan 2014 - No comments
An ageing office block on Glasgow’s West Campbell Street is to undergo an £11m redevelopment to house a new Hampton by Hilton branded hotel in time for the Commonwealth Games this summer....
21 Jan 2014 - No comments
Work to restore an historic Merchant’s House on Newcastle’s quayside is drawing to a close following the transformation of the buildings ground floor, which re-opens as a restaurant later this...
21 Jan 2014 - No comments
Glasgow’s development & regeneration Services have submitted plans to build a £2.5m early years centre in the grounds of Knightswood Primary School. The slate and plum hued building will...
20 Jan 2014 - No comments
The University of Edinburgh has unveiled its Malcolm Fraser penned ‘free play’ nursery concept ahead of its formal completion this summer. Designed with the needs of the under-fives at...
20 Jan 2014 - No comments
Titan Investors have submitted plans to build a speculative £17.5m office block at 20 Cadogan Street, Glasgow, offering sq/ft of grade A accommodation designed by Cooper Cromar and Woolgar...
20 Jan 2014 - No comments
A £9.1m care home in Bearsden, Glasgow, has been officially opened by residential care home provider Meallmore. Designed by the McLennan Partnership Antonine House , completed in May last...
17 Jan 2014 - No comments
Skye based Rural Design have completed their latest family home in the Highlands, a zinc-clad house in Rhue, Ullapool, which enjoys open views to Loch Broom and the Summer Isles. Inspired by...
17 Jan 2014 - No comments
Plans to construct a new train station at Cambridge Science Park have been given the green light by Cambridgeshire County Council, bringing the development within a 30 minute commute of London....
16 Jan 2014 - No comments
Ten watery visions of a future Scotland swamped by climate change have been unveiled by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) after they laid down the...
16 Jan 2014 - No comments
Plans to build a £60m speculative office development on Aberdeen’s Union Street have won approval from planners, clearing the way for demolition to commence on the former Bells Hotel. This...
16 Jan 2014 - No comments
Highland Council planners have recommended that a 165 bedroom hotel in Inverness at Glebe Street , overlooking the River Ness at Friars Bridge, be granted planning permission. Drawn up by...
16 Jan 2014 - No comments
An official ribbon cutting ceremony has taken place at a development of 13 new homes in Maybole, South Ayrshire, by Ayrshire Housing. Designed by Austin-Smith:Lord the properties are staggered...
15 Jan 2014 - No comments
A public consultation has been launched at Heriot-Watt University for a £1bn expansion of Edinburgh on green belt land to the west of the city bypass, outlining the potential for as many as 3,500...
15 Jan 2014 - No comments
A group of architectural technology students at Inverness College, part of the University of the Highlands and Islands, have published designs for a speculative airport terminal and hangar at...
15 Jan 2014 - No comments
Aberdeen City Council has granted planning approval to a 20,800sq/ft office development on South Esplanade West, fronting the banks of the River Dee, in the latest sign of confidence in the...
14 Jan 2014 - No comments
Work to build a 135 room student housing development in St Andrews is to get underway this spring after the scheme was given the go ahead by Fife planners . Alumno Developments propose to...
14 Jan 2014 - No comments
Simpson & Brown are applying the finishing touches to the restoration of a B-listed 17th century Lairds house on the Island of Egilsay, Orkney. Howan House presented the conservation...
13 Jan 2014 - No comments
Ushida Findlay, co-founder of Ushida Findlay, has passed away at the age of 60 following a fight against a brain tumour. Findlay, born in Forfar in 1954, spent 20 years working in Japan where...
13 Jan 2014 - No comments
A £7m proposal to erect a 65 bedroom Premier Inn hotel and adjoining 939sq/m Marks & Spencer store on the site of a former abbatoir in St Andrews has been given the go-ahead from planners....
13 Jan 2014 - No comments
A UK based design team led by Gillespies, and incorporating Cushman & Wakefield, Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios, Buro Happold and Rider Levett Bucknall, have been named as the winning consortium in...
10 Jan 2014 - No comments
Whitbread has announced that it has reached agreement with Artisan Real Estate Investors to deliver a twin hotel development In Edinburgh’s Old Town. The deal will see a 127 room Premier Inn...
10 Jan 2014 - No comments
Edinburgh Airport has unveiled its vision for a new-look entrance building as part of its £25m expansion of the main terminal . Built on the site of an existing coach park the 6,000sq/m...
10 Jan 2014 - No comments
Students at Edinburgh College of Art are being challenged by the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland to sketch out their architectural fantasies this weekend in a...
9 Jan 2014 - No comments
MSPs are to consider controversial plans to erect a replacement Portobello High School within a popular Edinburgh park later today. Opponents successfully blocked the JM Architects designed...
9 Jan 2014 - No comments
The Building Trust have launched a new competition inviting architects, designers, students and engineers to put forward proposals for a transportable medical health centre for remote or mobile...
8 Jan 2014 - No comments
Edinburgh University has submitted plans to remodel St Cecilia’s Hall, Cowgate, to provide a 40 per cent increase in gallery space and improved acoustics, clearing the way for it to become a new...
8 Jan 2014 - No comments
Places for People have submitted plans drawn up by Sutherland Hussey Architects for the conversion of a C-listed former whisky bond into 11 flats together with a further 14 homes in a new build...
7 Jan 2014 - No comments
A contentious proposal to build 16 homes overlooking Culloden Battlefield has been given the go ahead after the developer won the final round of a long-running planning battle. Inverness...
7 Jan 2014 - No comments
Miller Cromdale has submitted plans to transform a former fish processing factory on Aberdeen’s North Esplanade West into office accommodation as part of ongoing efforts to transform the...
7 Jan 2014 - No comments
Glasgow School of Art students have been given a foretaste of the facilities which await them this spring during an open day organised by the institution as its official opening this April nears....
6 Jan 2014 - No comments
An application has been filed by Peter Inglis Architects for the development of a 100 bed hotel on the site of a petrol station on Dundee’s East Marketgait. Located adjacent to the newly...
6 Jan 2014 - No comments
Urban Realm has kicked off the New Year with publication of the latest edition of the magazine, an issue which looks at the current state of play in the architectural profession with profiles of...
6 Jan 2014 - No comments
Defence giant BAE has submitted preliminary plans for the redevelopment of its Govan and Scotstoun shipyards, pending a final decision on the future consolidation of its warship business. Two...

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