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30 Jun 2015 - No comments
Springfield Properties have tabled plans to construct a £1bn suburb on the outskirts of Perth, constituting some 3,000 homes on 333 hectares of land. Bertha Park will include two new primary...
30 Jun 2015 - No comments
A £30m regeneration project for Perth’s Thimblerow car park has been announced by the Scottish Government, creating a new mixed use quarter populated by bars, restaurants, shops, housing, a gym...
29 Jun 2015 - No comments
Argyll & Bute Council has given the go-ahead to build a Ryder designed grammar school in Campbeltown , replacing existing facilities dating back to the 1960s. Built on the same site as the...
29 Jun 2015 - No comments
Construction work has begun in earnest at a £38m dual education and community facility in Forfar, Angus, designed by JM Architects. Forfar Community Campus is being delivered by Hub East...
29 Jun 2015 - No comments
Stirling Council has commenced work on a new AHR designed primary school within the village of Cowie , earmarking it for an August 2016 intake of pupils. Both the school and nursery will have...
29 Jun 2015 - No comments
Jansons Property have held a public consultation into a £40m plan to convert a number of historic properties on Edinburgh’s Victoria Street into a four star hotel. ICA Architects have been...
26 Jun 2015 - No comments
Paper Igloo have picked up this year’s Saltire Medal for their delivery of a self-build refurbishment of an existing farmhouse in Invergarry at this year's Saltire Housing Awards . This saw...
26 Jun 2015 - No comments
The Glasgow Institute of Architects has named Isabel and Clara Garriga of Holmes Miller Architects as winners of its Royston Spire design contest to mark the 150th anniversary of its...
25 Jun 2015 - No comments
A £7m makeover of Helensburgh town centre has been unveiled by Austin-Smith:Lord, revamping the seaside destination with a new esplanade, public square and outdoor museum. The public realm...
25 Jun 2015 - No comments
Highland Council has given its backing to a £10m retail park on the outskirts of Fort William, with Marks & Spencer, Aldi and Home Bargains already confirmed as tenants. Designed by The...
25 Jun 2015 - No comments
GRAS Studio are showcasing a range of stools and sculptural objects inspired by the Scandinavian Himmeli technique, where a cord or rope is passed through tubes of varying lengths, at an exhibition...
25 Jun 2015 - No comments
New Lanark, the Briggait & Comrie have been named by the Heritage Lottery Fund as its latest recipients of grant funding. Foremost amongst the trio of awards is a £1.5m grant to convert the...
24 Jun 2015 - No comments
Work two demolish twin multi-storey blocks of flats at Lincoln Avenue, Knightswood , is in its final stages with a 247-tonne Liebherr long-reach machine bringing down the second of the two 58m...
24 Jun 2015 - No comments
The University of Edinburgh is pressing ahead with an upgrade of the landmark Appleton Tower within its city centre campus as part of a scheme to improve the aesthetics and environmental...
24 Jun 2015 - No comments
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to push forward with a £280m city centre masterplan which calls for the implementation of dozens of projects including the part-pedestrianisation of Union...
24 Jun 2015 - No comments
Keppie have opened the doors to a £3.4m accommodation wing for the families of sick children within the grounds of South Glasgow Hospitals Campus. Run by an independent charity Ronald...
23 Jun 2015 - No comments
Stirling Council has announced it is developing a £200m City Development Framework in a bid to position the city as a hub for digital industries, culture, business and recreation. To achieve...
23 Jun 2015 - No comments
Plans to deliver eleven new schools within Dumfries have taken a step forward with the local authority unveiling early stage designs for the £100m project, following an options appraisal carried...
23 Jun 2015 - No comments
3DReid have submitted a planning application to remodel Avonbridge United Reform Church, Falkirk, to improve the standard of facilities on offer within a tight budget. Faced with a dilapidated...
22 Jun 2015 - No comments
Downing Developments and Glasgow Harbour have submitted plans prepared by ADF Architects for a 510 room student housing development at Castlebank Street, Partick. The brownfield site...
22 Jun 2015 - No comments
The EDI Group has partnered with Carlton Hotels to bring forward a 98-room venue on Edinburgh’s Market Street , plugging a long-standing gap site in the heart of the Old Town. A four-star...
19 Jun 2015 - No comments
Professor Robin Webster, co-founder of cameronwebster architects , has been honoured with a RIAS lifetime achievement award for his contribution to architecture. Beginning his career as a...
19 Jun 2015 - No comments
Grosvenor Developments have lodged plans to build the next phase of their Springside development , opting for a private rental model for the Fountainbridge build. Drawn up by Comprehensive...
19 Jun 2015 - No comments
Abstract have officially launched their St Vincent Plaza development with a photography exhibition charting the people behind the delivery of the city centre scheme. Photographer Iain...
18 Jun 2015 - No comments
Peveril Securities, a division of Bowmer & Kirkland, have held a public consultation into their plans to erect a mixed-use development comprising flats, student rooms, hotel, retail and arts...
18 Jun 2015 - No comments
The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland has honoured 12 projects as representing the best of contemporary architecture at its annual awards. Whittling down 65 entrants to arrive at...
18 Jun 2015 - No comments
Graeme Massie Architects have been confirmed as winners of an architectural design contest for the remodeling of Birmingham’s Centenary Square following a competition organized by the RIBA....
17 Jun 2015 - No comments
Chris Stewart Group have submitted detailed plans for a £60m regeneration of a collection of buildings to the south east of St Andrew’s Square to incorporate office space, a hotel, homes,...
16 Jun 2015 - No comments
Edinburgh Academy has unveiled a £2m hockey pavilion designed by Richard Murphy Architects, part of a wider master plan for the school’s Newfield playing pitches within the Inverleith...
16 Jun 2015 - No comments
West Dunbartonshire Council have begun site clearance for a new £16.4m offices within the shell of the former Dumbarton Academy, Church Street. This will see the A-listed building brought...
15 Jun 2015 - No comments
A further wave of student housing development is set to wash over Partick in Glasgow following a decision by Select Property Group to press ahead with a huge scheme comprising 441 self-contained...
15 Jun 2015 - No comments
Final year architectural technology students Scott Crighton and Robert Lucas at Robert Gordon University have published alternative designs for the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour, following...
15 Jun 2015 - No comments
Ayrshire housing have begun work on a 22 home development on a key approach to Ayr town centre, offering a mixture of flats and houses for rent on the site of a former school. The £2.5m...
15 Jun 2015 - No comments
Gareth Hoskins Architects have been rebranded as Hoskins Architects to reflect the growing importance of the fast growing berlin studio to the practice. Established by Gareth Hoskins in...
15 Jun 2015 - No comments
A newly completed housing development in St Andrew’s has stirred local passions with opinions polarising as to the merits of the design. West Burn Lane is in line for both a RIAS Award and...
12 Jun 2015 - No comments
A planned hotel on Glasgow’s Clyde Street is to be re-jigged to form 290 student residences in a 17-storey tower under revised plans submitted by London based 21st Architecture. Plans were...
12 Jun 2015 - No comments
Young creatives are being asked to flex their design muscles on a 2016 themed logo to represent Scotland’s Year of Innovation, Architecture & Design. VisitScotland are organising a...
12 Jun 2015 - No comments
John Lamb Architect has submitted plans to erect an office building on Whitehill Street Lane , Dennistoun, on the site of a former industrial unit in a tenement backcourt. This calls for the...
12 Jun 2015 - No comments
Town Centre Securities has completed a new Waitrose store in Milngavie , completed in partnership with the former West of Scotland Football Club who have received a new all-weather rugby pitch....
11 Jun 2015 - No comments
Two new hotels at Edinburgh’s New Waverley development have topped out as work continues to deliver the first phase of the masterplan. This coincided with a public unveiling of a set of...
11 Jun 2015 - No comments
Backers of a museum dedicated to the life of explorer and missionary David Livingstone are to mount a £3.5m Heritage Lottery funding bid after receiving a lottery grant to the tune of £334k....
11 Jun 2015 - No comments
Collective Architecture’s Michael Dougall, president of the Glasgow Institute of Architects, has been inducted into the RIAS ranks as a fellow at the age of just 32, making him the youngest ever...
11 Jun 2015 - No comments
Early concept proposals for new student housing, including ground floor retail and leisure, have been shown off for the site of Jumpin Jak’s nightclub in Glasgow. Site owner GRS Distribution...
10 Jun 2015 - No comments
Queensberry Properties and Telereal Trillium have unveiled a development of 24 townhouses and 57 apartments in Edinburgh’s Grange conservation area , on the south side of the city. Designed...
9 Jun 2015 - No comments
The Portakabin Group is marking the first decade in operation of the UK’s first school to be fully built off-site, Our Lady of Lourdes in East Kilbride, which opened its doors back in 2004....
9 Jun 2015 - No comments
Sir Robert McAlpine are to move on-site of Titan Investors’ speculative Silver Fin development in Aberdeen within a matter of weeks after being awarded the construction contract. The £65m...
9 Jun 2015 - No comments
Kenneth Reid Architects have submitted plans on behalf of 83S Ltd to erect a 141 bed student residential development at Gilmerton Road, Edinburgh. Arranged around a central courtyard the...
8 Jun 2015 - No comments
Progressive Residential have submitted plans drawn up by B3 Architects for the creation of 189 flats at Minerva Street, Glasgow, taking the form of a new ‘urban block’. Seeking to draw...
8 Jun 2015 - No comments
Scottish Veterans Garden City Association, a charity tasked with supporting disabled war veterans, has taken possession of ten new homes at two sites in Inverness and Carnoustie. Delivered in...
5 Jun 2015 - No comments
City of Edinburgh Council has officially unveiled a new teaching block at James Gillespie’s High School , part of a wider £42.8m campus housing nursery, primary and secondary children on one...
5 Jun 2015 - No comments
A £2m BDP-designed leisure hub, centred on a refurbished ice rink leased by South Lanarkshire Council, is to be the centrepiece of a redevelopment of East Kilbride’s Olympia Mall . Around...
5 Jun 2015 - No comments
A £200m regeneration project at Edinburgh’s Haymarket will begin to break ground with construction commencing on 320,000sq/ft of office space, 300 space underground car park, 54,000sq/ft of...
4 Jun 2015 - No comments
Smith Scott Mullan Architects have unveiled concept designs for a 21st Century pier at Portobello, Edinburgh, a kite-flying initiative to see a contemporary take on the Victorian original, which...
4 Jun 2015 - No comments
Austin-Smith:Lord architects have unveiled an £8.2m development of 80 affordable homes in Vineburgh, Irvine, on the site of the former John Galt primary school. Built on...
3 Jun 2015 - No comments
The Crichton Trust, the development body overseeing the Crichton Estate in Dumfries, has appointed Ryder Architecture to develop a master plan for the area that could include a 300-bed spa hotel...
3 Jun 2015 - No comments
Outdoor advertising firm JCDecaux has begun the roll-out of a new bus shelter design across Edinburgh with nine shelters appearing on Princes Street in the first phase. Designed by Lord Norman...
2 Jun 2015 - No comments
A number of new bridges and public realm works feature prominently in a list of Glasgow City Council’s £400m City Deal regeneration projects, announced today as part of a £1.13bn City Deal for...
2 Jun 2015 - No comments
Lee Boyd Architects have submitted plans for a new build sanctuary and hall for Monifieth Parish Church following the amalgamation of three kirks within the town. Plans call for the unlisted...
2 Jun 2015 - No comments
The University of Glasgow is to press ahead with delivery of a £64m Stratified Medicine Imaging Centre this autumn, following demolition of an existing clinical building on-site over the summer....
1 Jun 2015 - No comments
The R.House rural living concept, a joint venture between architects Rural Design and James MacQueen Builders, has gained some traction with an estate of 17 of the contemporary energy efficient...
1 Jun 2015 - No comments
Page\Park architects have lodged plans to build a new health centre in north Glasgow, replacing an existing 1970s facility and drawing together a range of primary and community care services...
1 Jun 2015 - No comments
An ambitious piece of land art is being readied to herald the summer solstice this 21 June, with a launch event designed to signal formal completion of the £1m Charles Jencks work. Crawick...

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