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30 May 2014 - No comments
A sod cutting ceremony has taken place at the site of the new Crieff Primary School to mark the start of construction on the first of three new schools for the area. The £14m build is being...
28 May 2014 - No comments
The Scottish Government has lent its backing to a £40m plan to build a new Madras College at Pipeland, St Andrews , after refusing to call in a controversial decision by Fife Council to pursue a...
27 May 2014 - No comments
Homes Miller has completed work on a £4.5m block of flats at Minerva Street, Finnieston , on behalf of Bellorr, delivering 55 flats to market just a stones throw from their own office. The...
26 May 2014 - No comments
Tenants decanted from a number of Sighthill tower blocks have moved into a Glasgow Housing Association development of 46 homes on Duke Street , filling a long-standing gap site in the city centre....
25 May 2014 - No comments
Images depicting the destruction wrought by a fire which tore through the Glasgow School of Art have illustrated the scale of damage suffered by its priceless interiors, principally the library....
23 May 2014 - No comments
Bell Ingram Design has been challenged with restoring the Airlie Monument, Angus, by campaigners in an effort to arrest further water damage and erosion to the 65ft tower. The much-loved...
22 May 2014 - No comments
Work to deliver a £25m mixed use development at Catterick Garrison, North Yorkshire , has begun with Kier Construction breaking ground at the 150,000sq/ft scheme. Designed by Holmes Miller...
22 May 2014 - No comments
A £4.8m sports complex at Peebles High has been officially opened by Scottish Borders Council, providing a games hall, fitness suite and classrooms together with outdoor pitches for use by pupils...
21 May 2014 - No comments
Plans to build a new primary school in Kintore, Aberdeenshire , have been set back by a year after a clutch of developers who own the proposed site; Kirkwood Homes, Malcolm Allan Homes and...
21 May 2014 - No comments
Developers behind Edinburgh’s Caltongate master plan have re-branded their scheme as ‘New Waverley’ to spur on the £150m development in the city’s Old Town. The new urban district...
20 May 2014 - No comments
An £11m Premier Inn hotel designed by Lawrence McPherson Associates has been handed over by Ogilvie Construction ahead of its official opening in June. Sandwiched between the BBC and STV...
20 May 2014 - No comments
Budget hotel chain Premier Inn is continuing its aggressive expansion drive by setting its sights on a vacant Edinburgh office block for conversion into a 127 bedroom venue – the fourth to be...
20 May 2014 - No comments
Stalled plans to erect a £200m New Town on the outskirts of Edinburgh have been revived after the project was re-launched with the backing of the Scottish Government. Stalled in 2009 when...
19 May 2014 - No comments
Left wing think-tank the Jimmy Reid Foundation and research and design collective Lateral North have published ‘An Atlas On Productivity’ which sets out how northern Scotland can best...
19 May 2014 - No comments
The University of Edinburgh has appointed Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, working in conjunction with Ostick and Williams and WYG, to overhaul its School of Biological Sciences campus as part of a...
19 May 2014 - No comments
NHS Ayrshire & Arran have commenced work on a £27.5m emergency department at University Hospital Ayr after awarding the contract to BAM Construction. Designed by BMJ architects the...
16 May 2014 - No comments
An exhibition documenting creation of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games athletes’ village has opened at Glasgow’s Lighthouse, inviting members of the public to see for themselves the...
16 May 2014 - No comments
Keppie have been appointed by Brodies to carry out interior design work for the law firms new Glasgow and Aberdeen offices following a competitive tender. This sees Keppie tasked with...
15 May 2014 - No comments
A survey of small and medium sized businesses has found those in the architecture sector to be the most ethical with owners placing more faith in their employees than any other industry and...
15 May 2014 - No comments
Plans to transform the former Perth City Hall into a five star hotel have granted a last minute reprieve to the threatened landmark following submission of new plans by Simpson & Brown ....
15 May 2014 - No comments
Plans to redevelop a former WWII listening station in Cupar, Fife, have been announced, outlining how the property could be renovated to form a family home and two separate holiday cottages....
14 May 2014 - No comments
The University of Dundee has completed work on a new Archial Norr designed extension to its School of Medicine within the grounds of Ninewells Hospital. Delivered by ISG this saw an existing...
14 May 2014 - No comments
Deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon has committed the Scottish Government to improving the efficiency of construction procurement, by implementing the findings of a full review undertaken by...
14 May 2014 - No comments
Wylie Shanks Architects, supporting East Ayrshire Council Architects, have completed work on the refurbishment of Cumnock Town Hall, overseeing repairs to the external fabric, re-slating, lead...
13 May 2014 - No comments
Graham Construction has been appointed as design and build contractor for the delivery of a £7.6m health and social care centre in Blackburn, West Lothian, following submission of a formal...
12 May 2014 - No comments
NHS Scotland have appointed Keppie to design a £22m radiotherapy facility at Monklands Hospital, Airdrie, to act as a satellite to the Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre in Glasgow to meet...
9 May 2014 - No comments
The British Golf Museum has announced that it is to press ahead with plans to create a rooftop extension at its existing St Andrews headquarters moving on site this June. Work is being fast...
8 May 2014 - No comments
Aitken Turnbull Architects have completed the refurbishment and extension of a grade B listed hotel in Stockbridge, Edinburgh. The Raeburn House Hotel had been reduced to a derelict shell...
7 May 2014 - No comments
Spaces for the 2014 Scottish Design Awards are now available for those keen to stay abreast of the finest work produced by Scotland’s design and architecture professions over the past 12 months....
6 May 2014 - No comments
Aberdeen based architecture practice JAMstudio have moved into a new city centre office space to cater for the studio’s nine strong team. A six figure sum has been spent on transforming the...
5 May 2014 - No comments
Gareth Hoskins Architects, in collaboration with Lordculture, have produced a £10m concept master plan for the redevelopment of the existing David Livingstone Centre, Blantyre, on behalf of The...
2 May 2014 - No comments
Graham Construction is nearing completion of a £14.5m redevelopment of the former Deaconess House , Edinburgh, which will transform the former hospital into 300 student apartments. Scheduled...
1 May 2014 - No comments
Billionaire American property developer Donald Trump has pledged to transform the Turnberry golf resort into Europe’s ‘finest’ hotel after snapping up the resort from Dubai based Leisurecorp...
1 May 2014 - No comments
Gareth Hoskins Architects have seen off Malcolm Fraser, John McAslan + Partners, LDN, MUMA and Page\Park to win a prestigious competition to redevelop the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh....
1 May 2014 - No comments
A topping out ceremony has been held at Edinburgh Airport to mark the airport’s new EAST expansion attaining full height. Delivered by Balfour Beatty and designed by Archial the project...

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