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30 Sep 2014 - No comments
Apart-hotel chain Urban Villa has submitted plans for a 176 room canalside hotel designed by Grzywinski + Pons Architects and Michael Laird to slot into a wider master plan for the Fountainbridge...
30 Sep 2014 - No comments
Parc Craigmillar has submitted an application for planning in principle for Craigmillar town centre , revising a 2008 master plan which called for delivery of a supermarket, public square, homes...
30 Sep 2014 - No comments
BAM Properties has announced the sale of its under construction Connect110ns office block to Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management for £70m, a healthy return on the £50m it has sank into the build...
29 Sep 2014 - No comments
Plans to build a £200m replacement for Dumfries Royal Infirmary have been officially unveiled by the consortium of Laing O’ Rourke, Ryder and Serco. To mark the launch preferred bidder...
29 Sep 2014 - No comments
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority has begun a hunt to find a contractor to deliver a £17m National Nuclear Archive at Wick, Caithness. Commissioned to provide a long-term storage solution...
26 Sep 2014 - No comments
Glasgow Housing Association has announced it is to demolish four multi-storey blocks at tarfside Oval, Glasgow, after the social landlord found the properties to be too expensive to maintain and...
26 Sep 2014 - No comments
Architects attending the 2014 Venice Architecture Biennale, the world’s biggest architecture festival, are to reflect on such diverse themes as social housing, places of worship, a football...
26 Sep 2014 - No comments
Hub East central Scotland has delivered its first new primary schools in the form of Burntisland Primary, Fife, and Redwell Primary, Alloa. Both schools opened their doors in September to a...
26 Sep 2014 - No comments
BAM have teamed up with Taylor Clark Properties to press ahead with a dormant £100m office-led scheme in Glasgow’s International Financial Services District. Atlantic Square will comprise...
25 Sep 2014 - No comments
Developers behind an ambitious £850m transformation of Edinburgh’s grungy St James Shopping Centre have begun hunting for contractors as plans to return the site into a mixed-use destination...
25 Sep 2014 - No comments
Designs for the UK pavilion at next year’s Milan Expo have been unveiled by Wolfgang Buttress, with a giant artificial beehive to articulate the theme of Grown in Britain. Commissioned to...
24 Sep 2014 - No comments
The Prince’s Foundation has pulled the wraps off three new show homes designed to embody durability, sustainability and Britishness at Dumfries House, East Ayrshire. The development...
24 Sep 2014 - No comments
Ordnance Survey have updated their free Minecraft map of the UK to create the most detailed recreation of Britain yet seen on the popular game. GB Minecraft 2 has seen its volume of virtual...
24 Sep 2014 - No comments
Statoil are set to get the green light to go ahead with their Halliday Fraser Munro designed headquarters building at Aberdeen’s Prime Four business park after the council’s head of planning...
23 Sep 2014 - No comments
Two redundant office blocks in Glasgow’s west end are to be converted into student housing as part of a £10m drive to meet growing demand for specialised accommodation. Kier Construction...
23 Sep 2014 - No comments
A shortlist of five finalists from 25 entrants have been chosen in an ideas contest geared toward the rehabilitation of Springburn Winter Gardens ; – the skeletal remains of a Victorian ...
22 Sep 2014 - No comments
Malcolm Fraser has moved to heal the rift between advocates for independence and supporters of the Union by urging all architects to set aside their differences in pursuit of a common goal,...
22 Sep 2014 - No comments
AHR Architects have submitted plans for a new primary school duo at Bilston and Gorebridge, Midlothian, valued at a combined £14m. The smaller of the two, Bilston Primary , has a capacity of...
22 Sep 2014 - No comments
Dundee City Council has given the go-ahead to Baldragon Academy, a 1,100 place secondary school incorporating its own sports hall and swimming pool. Scheduled to open in 2016 the shared campus...
19 Sep 2014 - No comments
Gillespies and LUC have completed a visual impact study on the lines of electricity pylons snaking their weay through some of the UK's national parks, as part of an effort to allocate £500m of...
19 Sep 2014 - No comments
Inverurie based William Lippe Architects have moved to capitalise on the booming north east construction market with the opening of a new Aberdeen office. Based at 25 Albyn Place the new...
19 Sep 2014 - No comments
Architects for Yes, a campaign group championing an independent Scotland, have announced that they are to reform as Architects for Change after being thwarted during last night's referendum....
18 Sep 2014 - No comments
Reiach & Hall Architects have unveiled their completed Maggie’s Centre for NHS Lanarkshire , a low slung steel framed brick pavilion within the grounds of Monklands Hospital. The £1m...
18 Sep 2014 - No comments
Moxon Architects have won a design competition to create a number of short-stay holiday cabins for artists and cultural thinkers, seeing off shortlisted schemes from Sutherland Hussey and Roderick...
17 Sep 2014 - No comments
Glasgow Housing Association has commenced work on the demolition of two tower blocks at Knightswood, Glasgow. Numbers 240 and 280 Lincoln Avenue are being brought down following the...
17 Sep 2014 - No comments
Lighting design practice Speirs + Major has unveiled an immersive installation at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, part of a wider lighting master plan for the Olympic Park and former...
17 Sep 2014 - No comments
A construction industry poll conducted by Urban Realm has shown a three to two split in favour of independence, with just hours to go until polling stations open for tomorrow’s referendum....
17 Sep 2014 - No comments
Dumbarton Football Club has lodged a proposal of application notice to relocate its ground from beneath the shadow of Dumbarton Rock to an alternative site to the north of the town. This...
16 Sep 2014 - No comments
Stirling Council planners have refused to lend their support to a joint bid by Judy Murray, mother of tennis ace Andy Murray, alongside golfing champ Colin Montgomerie to erect a sports hub and...
16 Sep 2014 - No comments
Work to deliver a £9m hotel and retail development in St Andrews, Fife , is to progress next month after Crucible (St Andrews) gave the green light to construction. Designed by Michael Laird...
15 Sep 2014 - No comments
Glasgow City Council has launched a consultation into the creation of a new civic square in Shawlands as part of a wider £3.3m strategy to improve the neighbourhood environment by 2017....
15 Sep 2014 - No comments
Students have begun moving into an £8m development of 174 student bedrooms in the west end of Glasgow following handover of the build by Kier Construction. Designed by Carson and Partners...
12 Sep 2014 - No comments
An Airdrie sculpture has won an architectural award for its role in regenerating disused spaces in the town. Designed by artist Rob Mulholland in collaboration with local schoolchildren...
10 Sep 2014 - No comments
The Royal Scottish National Orchestra is mounting a fresh push to attract donations to help fund its new home on Glasgow’s Killermont Street following completion of a structural frame for the new...
9 Sep 2014 - No comments
Glasgow’s post Commonwealth Games honeymoon looks to be bedding down with the creation of an artist’s community within a derelict former warehouse. Crownpoint Developments have converted...
8 Sep 2014 - No comments
Galloway Dark Sky Park is to play host to a 24hr festival of music, art and light, drawing together a 100ft neon light installation, international performers and even its own radio station for one...
5 Sep 2014 - No comments
A pre-application consultation has opened into plans to create 500 homes, a 120 bed hotel, 500 student rooms and retail on land bounded by Hutcheson Street, Trongate, Candleriggs and Wilson Street...
5 Sep 2014 - No comments
A battle for the future of the architectural profession is heating up as figureheads from Architects for Yes lock horns with colleagues opposed to independence ahead of the crunch vote on 18...
5 Sep 2014 - No comments
Page\Park architects have beaten off competition from Elder & Cannon, Malcolm Fraser Architects, Oliver Chapman, Reiach & Hall and Richard Murphy Architects to win a £5.7m base for Edinburgh...
4 Sep 2014 - No comments
Councillors in Edinburgh have given the thumbs up to a development of 145 homes within and around the former Craighouse campus of Edinburgh Napier University . This will see listed buildings...
4 Sep 2014 - No comments
Dualchas Architects and Denizen Works have been shortlisted for a 2014 RIBA Manser Medal for their work in the delivery of Cliff House, Skye ; and House No 7, Tiree , respectively. The...
4 Sep 2014 - No comments
BAM Construction has emerged as the preferred bidder in a battle to build the V&A at Dundee, as efforts to realise the £45m Kengo Kuma designed facility enter the final furlong. The...
3 Sep 2014 - No comments
A consortium comprising Laing O’Rourke, Ryder Architecture and Serco has seen off competition from Balfour Beatty to be appointed to deliver the £200m Dumfries Royal infirmary, with construction...
3 Sep 2014 - No comments
The University of Edinburgh has won planning permission for an innovation centre and campus hub for veterinary staff and students at its Easter Bush campus. Designed by Atkins the £32m...
3 Sep 2014 - No comments
The Glasgow School of Art has announced that it will host two symposia exploring the questions and issues surrounding the rebuilding of the Mackintosh Library to inform its construction and...
2 Sep 2014 - No comments
Hub South West Scotland has appointed Kier Construction to deliver the £40m Glengarnock community and education campus on behalf of North Ayrshire Council, after the scheme secured planning...
2 Sep 2014 - No comments
The Whisky Bond, a Glasgow based business and creative hub managed by the Glasgow Canal Regeneration Partnership, has completed work on a second phase of office and studio workspace within a...
2 Sep 2014 - No comments
Plans have been submitted by Archial Norr on behalf of Aberdeen Harbour Board, for the creation of a four storey office building on the site of a former bottling plant at Greyhope Road, Torry....
1 Sep 2014 - No comments
Plans for a £200m mixed use development at Braehead, Renfrewshire, have been given a shot in the arm after the Scottish Government granted the shopping mall town centre status – placing it on a...
1 Sep 2014 - No comments
Newcastle based Ryder Architecture has further expanded its Glasgow business after merging with Armitage Associates from today. The collaboration will see Armitage’s four staff join...

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