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30 Apr 2014 - No comments
Falkirk Council has given the go-ahead to preparatory works for the delivery of a £7.6m regeneration plan for Denny town centre . Work is scheduled to begin next month on the construction of...
30 Apr 2014 - No comments
The BBC has screened a new documentary charting the delivery of Sten Holl and JM architects Reid Building for the Glasgow School of Art. Facing up to Mackintosh charts the three year-long...
29 Apr 2014 - No comments
Demolition is set to get underway later today on a £500k Bishopbriggs home which was built in contravention of its own planning consent - after East Dunbartonshire Council served an enforcement...
29 Apr 2014 - No comments
A funding agreement between City of Edinburgh Council and the Scottish Government has cleared the way for TIAA Henderson Real Estate (TH Real Estate) to progress plans for an £850m overhaul of...
28 Apr 2014 - No comments
Optimised Environments have secured planning permission in principle for the creation of 550 homes and a replacement primary school at Oldfold Farm, Aberdeen. Arranged around a mixed use...
28 Apr 2014 - No comments
Ryder Architecture has submitted plans to build a new Anderson High School at Lerwick on the Shetland Islands following completion of a public consultation exercise into the delivery of a 1,180...
28 Apr 2014 - No comments
Horsecross Arts, the body which runs Perth Theatre, has announced that a £15m redevelopment of the venue will take place this summer after Perth & Kinross pledged to underwrite a £1.5m funding...
25 Apr 2014 - No comments
Alistair Scott, one of the founders of Edinburgh based architecture practice Smith Scott Mullan Associates, has been appointed as the new chair of the Scottish Civic Trust. Appointed by Trust...
25 Apr 2014 - No comments
3DReid have won approval for their plans to redevelop an existing health and community centre at Craigmillar to form a new headquarters for veteran’s health charity the Thistle Foundation....
25 Apr 2014 - No comments
CDA Architects have submitted plans to convert the North and South Sidney Mitchell buildings at Lister Square, Edinburgh , into new residential accommodation with ground floor commercial space in...
24 Apr 2014 - No comments
LDA Design have detailed their landscape strategy for an under construction office block in the heart of Glasgow city centre, which will create a new terraced pedestrian space connecting St Vincent...
24 Apr 2014 - No comments
Edinburgh City Council is to decide the fate of plans to refurbish a derelict farmhouse in the Craigmillar district of the city next week when they deliberate on whether to pass the site on to a...
24 Apr 2014 - No comments
BRE and Clyde Gateway have announced they are to conduct a full business viability review into the economic case to build a new Innovation Park at Shawfield , South Lanarkshire. The £6m...
23 Apr 2014 - No comments
Plans to build a new Anderson High School and hall of residence at Lerwick, Shetland Islands, has moved a step closer following the acquisition of land for the project. Shetland Leasing and...
23 Apr 2014 - No comments
Keppie has unveiled its detailed design for a £40m sports village in Medini, Malaysia’s second city, which have been prepared on behalf of Khazanah Nasional Berhad, the country’s strategic...
23 Apr 2014 - No comments
Tributes have been paid to the late fashion designer Bernat Klein, who is credited with reviving the Borders weaving industry, after he died aged 91 at his Selkirk home following a short illness....
22 Apr 2014 - No comments
Falkirk’s Kelpies sculptures have galloped past the starting line following a weekend sound and light display intended to trumpet the opening of the outdoor art installation to tourists....
22 Apr 2014 - No comments
NHS Lothian has published the latest batch of images detailing how the interior of the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences will look upon their...
22 Apr 2014 - No comments
A rural mural project has been launched in Dumfries & Galloway to tart up unprepossessing barns, houses and electricity substations with colourful displays of art. The project has encouraged...
18 Apr 2014 - No comments
The University of Glasgow and Page\Park have fleshed out their plans for the Western Infirmary site by showcasing their current thinking at a public consultation . This calls for the creation...
18 Apr 2014 - No comments
A new science & technology wing for Glasgow Academy is taking shape in the west end with Dunne Construction progressing the structure of the 37,000sq/ft facility. The £10m scheme will...
17 Apr 2014 - No comments
Collective Architecture has submitted plans to build an £8m community centre in Cumbernauld to replace the existing Muirfield centre with a 10,000sq/m social enterprise and community space....
17 Apr 2014 - No comments
The University of Glasgow has launched a third round of engagement on the future development of its Gilmorehill campus by inviting the public to attend an exhibition in the John McIntyre Welcome...
17 Apr 2014 - No comments
Business park specialists Goodman have submitted plans for the creation of three new office buildings in Dyce, providing over 100,000sq/ft of floor space between them. If approved work on City...
16 Apr 2014 - No comments
Housing developer Springfield Properties has announced that it has withdrawn from a contentious project to build a 1,500 home new town on green field land in Aviemore at the heart of the Cairngorms...
16 Apr 2014 - No comments
The Pentland Partnership, a body comprising the RSPB, SNH, The Forestry Commission and Highland Council, has come under fire for a £9.6m scheme including the development of a field centre and...
15 Apr 2014 - No comments
Work to put the finishing touches to a new £26m ward block for St Columba’s Hospice is currently underway by Graham Construction in readiness for welcoming its first patients next month....
15 Apr 2014 - No comments
Contractors have moved on site of a 54 home retirement village in Moredun, Edinburgh, offering purpose built accommodation to cater for the city’s ageing population. Designed by Smith...
14 Apr 2014 - No comments
With the transformation of Glasgow’s Townhead district continues apace but one smaller scheme is already making a mark which belies its diminutive stature. Townhead Village Hall by Archial...
14 Apr 2014 - No comments
Work to build a £45m extension of  Glasgow Fort has got underway with Kier Construction moving on site of the Cooper Cromar designed build. Anchored by an 80,000sq/ft stainless steel clad...
14 Apr 2014 - No comments
ICA Architects have submitted plans to demolish an existing office block on St James Road, Glasgow, to make way for new student accommodation with ground floor commercial uses . Designed to...
14 Apr 2014 - No comments
The explosive issue of whether to synchronise the demolition of five disused tower blocks on the Red Road estate as the centrepiece of Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games opening ceremony has been...
11 Apr 2014 - No comments
A consortium comprising IBI Group and Balfour Beatty has been named as preferred bidder to design a £47m acute mental health unit in Irvine, North Ayrshire following a nine month competitive...
11 Apr 2014 - No comments
A new 140 bedroom hotel has opened its doors on Edinburgh’s Princes Street following the rebuild of a C-listed Victorian property by CDA Architects . Motel One’s interiors adopt a regal...
11 Apr 2014 - No comments
F&C Reit, the new owners of the Eastgate shopping centre in Inverness have submitted plans for a significant new leisure extension to the existing mall, incorporating an eight screen cinema...
10 Apr 2014 - No comments
Sculptor Andy Scott’s monumental vision for a pair of equine sculptures near Falkirk is to take centre stage at Tartan Week in New York ahead of their official opening on 21 April. Timelapse...
10 Apr 2014 - No comments
Work to build a new £35m High School in Levenmouth, Fife, has got underway with BAM Construction breaking ground on the 1,800 pupil joint campus . Designed by Aedas the school will serve the...
9 Apr 2014 - No comments
For those waiting on tenterhooks to find out if their work has made it into contention for the 2014 Scottish Design Awards the wait is finally over with publication of the full list of nominees for...
9 Apr 2014 - No comments
Plans to build the largest school in the Highlands, a 1,420 place replacement for the existing dilapidated Inverness Royal Academy , have been given the green light from planners. The...
9 Apr 2014 - No comments
New York based architect Steven Holl (and half his office) have flown into Glasgow armed with some choice one-liners and a purple cravat in order to deliver the inaugural address for the Glasgow...
8 Apr 2014 - No comments
Springfield Properties have outlined their vision for a £150m residential expansion of Dundee, which would deliver 228 homes, in the shape of a planning application lodged with Dundee City...
8 Apr 2014 - No comments
A public consultation has been launched today at the Powis gateway Community Centre, Aberdeen, for the construction of 270 student flats on the site of a disused retail store at Powis Place....
7 Apr 2014 - No comments
Henry Boot Developments has named the contractor team which will deliver a new Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC) , ahead of a public consultation to be held within the next two...
7 Apr 2014 - No comments
John McAslan + Partners have unveiled a new amphitheatre, classrooms and exhibition area in Kigali, Rwanda, as the first phase of a wider master plan for the Kigali Genocide Memorial....
7 Apr 2014 - No comments
The EDI Group is giving the public a final opportunity to have their say on a proposed master plan for Edinburgh’s Fountainbridge district ahead of submission of a planning application in...
4 Apr 2014 - No comments
Architect Alan Dunlop has criticised the decision to synchronise the demolition of five tower blocks at Red Road as an improvised starting pistol for the 2014 Commonwealth Games, by taking to the...
4 Apr 2014 - No comments
The first turf has been cut at the site of a new £11.9m school in Aberdeen as part of the city’s bid to accommodate a growing school-age population. Brimmond School will replace the...
4 Apr 2014 - No comments
Muse Developments are showcasing updated visualisations of a planned £107m redevelopment of Aberdeen’s St Nicholas House area as part of a public consultation. Demolition work is still...
4 Apr 2014 - No comments
An expansion of the Fife Folk Museum at Ceres in Fife has opened its doors to the public offering improved access, enhanced displays and a new tearoom. This is housed within a wooden entrance...
3 Apr 2014 - No comments
NHS Fife has unveiled the £4.25m Glenwood Health Centre on Napier Road, Glenrothes, following the projects handover by BAM Construction and the Skene Group. It is the first project to be...
3 Apr 2014 - No comments
Glasgow’s Red Road flats are set to provide a dramatic set-piece for the Commonwealth Games opening ceremony after contractor Safedem were asked to synchronise their explosive demise for a live...
2 Apr 2014 - No comments
Richard Murphy has triggered a broader debate on the state of public procurement in Scotland after breaking cover to attack the  Scottish Government for sacrificing design in favour of...
2 Apr 2014 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser Architects have secured the best in show ‘Building of the Year’ award from the Edinburgh Architectural Association for their work on the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation....
2 Apr 2014 - No comments
The former headquarters of the North British Rubber Company, inventors of the humble Wellington boot, car tyre and traffic cone, is to be transformed into a print-making facility and creative...
1 Apr 2014 - No comments
The Highland Council has appointed Kier Construction to deliver a £14.6m joint campus and community building in Fort William Primary, the third new primary school to be built in the town as part...
1 Apr 2014 - No comments
Edinburgh’s Liberton High School is subject to a major incident today after a wall collapse led to the death of a student. The accident is believed to have occurred in the school sports...
1 Apr 2014 - No comments
Plans to build a 3,000 home eco town in South Lanarkshire have been thrown into doubt after planning officials recommended that councillors reject the scheme. Planners came to the view that...
1 Apr 2014 - No comments
Page\Park have showcased their renovation of the B-listed Martyrs Kirk at St Andrews University , which has seen the historic church transformed into a postgraduate reading room for the Faculty of...

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