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30 Jun 2014 - No comments
Trustees of The West House and Heath Robinson Museum Trust have announced the appointment of a delivery team for the Heath Robinson Museum in Pinner, an archive dedicated to the eccentric...
30 Jun 2014 - No comments
Three new vantage points have been unveiled by Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park as part of the ongoing Scenic Routes initiative. Designed to enhance local beauty spots through...
30 Jun 2014 - No comments
Lewis & Hickey have submitted revised plans for their student accommodation development on Renfrew Street on behalf of Inehaze – owners of the Fleming House apartment block – after previous...
30 Jun 2014 - No comments
Scottish Widows Investment Partnership have appointed ISG to undertake a £3.1m office refurbishment of AB1 , formerly known as Langlands House, in Aberdeen . The 1970’s build is to be...
27 Jun 2014 - No comments
NHS Grampian has welcomed Scottish Government approval for a £120m women’s hospital and cancer centre at its Foresterhill campus, Aberdeen. The replacement facility will provide maternity...
27 Jun 2014 - No comments
Student housing developer Unite have staged a public consultation into its £38m development of 579 beds in Edinburgh’s St Leonard’s Street, presently home to a redundant retail unit ....
26 Jun 2014 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser Architects precipitous treehouse in the woods of Glen Nevis, Lochaber, is to play host to a week-long arts initiative through 4 – 9 August. Outlandia will welcome 20...
26 Jun 2014 - No comments
A Lanarkshire based architect has been kicked off the Architects Registration Board’s register of architects after being found guilty of unacceptable professional conduct. Kanak Bose was...
26 Jun 2014 - No comments
Morrison Construction has reached financial close with Hub South West Scotland and North Lanarkshire Council to build a £26m school campus in Wishaw . Clyde Valley Campus will incorporate...
25 Jun 2014 - No comments
A host of architects from at home and abroad are getting behind a Glasgow based art show which is raising funds for ENABLE Scotland and the fire-hit Glasgow School of Art . Participants in...
25 Jun 2014 - No comments
Mile End Developments are to press ahead with plans to transform a former primary school into a new residential scheme of 34 apartments and one house in Aberdeen’s west end. Mile End School...
24 Jun 2014 - No comments
Kier Construction has been appointed to deliver a £35m education campus in Kilmarnock on behalf of East Ayrshire Council which will accommodate up to 2,000 pupils. Kilmarnock Learning Campus...
24 Jun 2014 - No comments
Glasgow’s decaying Egyptian halls have been offered up as accommodation for the fire-hit Glasgow School of Art by the developers behind plans to turn it into hotel accommodation , although the...
23 Jun 2014 - No comments
A series of aerial photographs dating from the First World War have been published by Historic Scotland and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland to detail the...
23 Jun 2014 - No comments
Mactaggart & Mickel is tapping into the cachet of a quartet of Scotland’s most prominent architects to sell a new housing development at Doonfoot, South Ayrshire. The house builder has drawn...
23 Jun 2014 - No comments
Aberdeen City Council has named Balfour Beatty as its preferred bidder for the Third Don Crossing , Aberdeen, after raising its estimated cost from £15.5 to £18m due to inflation in the cost of...
20 Jun 2014 - No comments
Tenants are expected to begin moving into the first phase of the £90m Laurieston Transformational Regeneration Area this summer following completion of phase 1 work. Located along Gorbals...
20 Jun 2014 - No comments
Brown & Brown architects are moving on site with the £420k restoration of an 18th century boatshed in Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, on behalf of Portsoy Organisation for Restoration and Training....
19 Jun 2014 - No comments
Dandara has committed to begin speculative construction of a £20m office building in Aberdeen city centre on October following completion of on-site enabling works. The green light was given...
19 Jun 2014 - No comments
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland has named 13 winners in this year’s RIAS Awards, chosen from 27 short-listed projects . Winning work ranged in scale from Robin Baker...
18 Jun 2014 - No comments
Hub South West has handed over Dunscore health centre to NHS Dumfries & Galloway following the successful delivery of the £1.25m project by Ashleigh. Combining clinical rooms with...
18 Jun 2014 - No comments
A £700k grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund has cleared the way for BDP to begin design work for a £7m redevelopment of Aberdeen’s A-listed  Music Hall . The money has been ear-marked...
17 Jun 2014 - No comments
Welsh developer Watkin Jones has submitted plans for the creation of a 450 bed student housing development at Heriot Watt University’s Riccarton campus, following hot on the heels of the...
17 Jun 2014 - No comments
Ayrshire College has given the 'green light' to delivery of its new Kilmarnock campus after reaching financial close on the £53m project. Located on the former Diageo site the college will...
17 Jun 2014 - No comments
Bett Homes have received planning permission for the latest phase of their Oatlands regeneration, a mixture of 378 properties designed by Holmes Miller. Faced in red stone and render the...
16 Jun 2014 - No comments
Construction work has begun on a £5.2m transport interchange at Galashiels to connect the Borders Railway to a new bus station in the town centre after funds were secured from the European...
16 Jun 2014 - No comments
The National Churches Trust and the Ecclesiastical Architects and Surveyors Association have renewed their search for Britain’s finest new church buildings by inviting the public to nominate...
13 Jun 2014 - No comments
Cairngorms National Park have granted planning approval to a new Highland Games centre in Braemar , Royal Deeside, to celebrate the heritage of the annual event. Prepared on behalf of the...
13 Jun 2014 - No comments
Architect Alan Dunlop has teamed up with RIAS secretary Neil Baxter to promote the idea of utilising the former architecture building at Strathclyde University as a temporary home for students from...
13 Jun 2014 - No comments
The latest batch of economic stats and figures to be published by the Office for National Statistics have confirmed that construction has now grown for three consecutive quarters, after posting a...
12 Jun 2014 - No comments
Strathclyde University’s architecture department is staging a city-wide exhibition of students work for the first time from Friday with events taking place at four locations around Glasgow....
12 Jun 2014 - No comments
Construction work has begun on a new Aberdeenshire Primary school in an effort to ease ongoing overcrowding in the area. Drumoak Primary will accommodate 145 pupils in six classrooms and...
11 Jun 2014 - No comments
Watkin Jones Group has submitted plans to build 504 student flats at the site of the former Scotstoun Flour Mill, Dunaskin Street, Glasgow, overlooking the River Kelvin. The developer has...
11 Jun 2014 - No comments
Richard Murphy Architects have been appointed by Mace and Mercer Real Estate Partners, 50/50 joint venture purchasers of a prominent Merchant City gap site, to design a major mixed-use scheme for...
10 Jun 2014 - No comments
Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre has secured a £4.9m of earmarked funding from the Heritage Lottery in support of its redevelopment, paving the way for a formal planning application to be submitted....
10 Jun 2014 - No comments
Bennetts Associates have completed a marine wave and tidal testing facility for the University of Edinburgh, designed to trial new renewable energy technologies in a controlled environment....
9 Jun 2014 - No comments
Construction work has begun on the latest student residential scheme for Glasgow’s west end with the erection of a second tower crane at Downing Development’s 701 apartment scheme at Beith...
9 Jun 2014 - No comments
Plans to transform a B-listed church in Castlemilk into a £3.3m mountain bike and activity centre have been given the green light by planners Elder & Cannon Architects have been charged...
6 Jun 2014 - No comments
Tribute has been paid by architects towards the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service following their heroic efforts to save the Glasgow School of Art during a special dedication held at last night’s...
6 Jun 2014 - No comments
With property prices once again making headlines television producers haven’t been slow to capitalise with the airing of Britain’s newest property show, BBC 2's Building Dream Homes ....
6 Jun 2014 - No comments
Ayrshire Housing have submitted a planning application for the delivery of 22 flats and houses in Ayr town centre at the junction of King Street and Limonds Wynd on the site of a former pub and...
5 Jun 2014 - No comments
Glasgow’s very own twin towers are to be given a Commonwealth Games makeover in time for this summer’s sporting spectacle with their transformation into a giant advertising billboard. The...
5 Jun 2014 - No comments
Colin Armstrong Associates have unveiled their plans for a new brewery and visitor centre to be built on land adjacent to the Glen Mhor Hotel within the Ness Bank conservation area of Inverness....
5 Jun 2014 - No comments
The Glasgow School of Art is to press ahead with its annual architecture and fine art degree shows this month despite the recent fire which tore through the school’s historic Mackintosh Building....
4 Jun 2014 - No comments
A topping out ceremony has been staged at St Vincent Plaza , Glasgow, to mark completion of structural steelwork at the £70m speculative office development. Work is now underway on the external...
4 Jun 2014 - No comments
Morrison Construction have handed over a £2.5m Reiach & Hall designed medical centre to Hub South West and Irvine Bay Regeneration Company following the completion of site works. NHS...
4 Jun 2014 - No comments
Glasgow 2014 has today showcased a new athletics arena built within Hampden Park as part of preparations for this summer’s Commonwealth Games. Novel engineering was required on the part of...
4 Jun 2014 - No comments
Gareth Hoskins Architects have submitted plans for the refurbishment and expansion of Partickhill Bowling Club to improve the existing clubhouse and garden area and build six new homes within the...
4 Jun 2014 - No comments
A fire described as ‘deliberate’ by emergency services has swept through the roof space of a B-listed former hotel at Glasgow Green, earmarked for a planned new Holiday Inn . The blaze...
3 Jun 2014 - No comments
HRH The Princess Royal will today officially unveil the revamped Sumburgh Head Lighthouse and visitor centre on Shetland following a £5.4m renovation by Groves Raines Architects. The two year...
3 Jun 2014 - No comments
Robertson have moved on site of Aberdeenshire Council’s new Buchan HQ in Peterhead as the authority seeks to centralise its customer service role within the Buchan area of its jurisdiction....
2 Jun 2014 - No comments
Collective Architecture has completed the latest phase of the Anderston Regeneration master plan, delivering 44 flats, 5 town houses and a retail unit on behalf of Sanctuary Housing Association....
2 Jun 2014 - No comments
Spokes, a cycling campaign group for the Lothians, have initiated a discussion on the future of the Union Canal and its towpath in light of planned developments in the Fountainbridge area of...
2 Jun 2014 - No comments
A disused bandstand in Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park has re-opened following a £2.1m renovation overseen by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust and Page\Park . The B-listed bandstand and...

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