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30 Sep 2015 - No comments
A leading Scottish architect, renowned for high profile masterplanning, cultural renewal and regeneration work, Malcolm Fraser, has joined Halliday Fraser Munro.   One of Scotland’s leading...
29 Sep 2015 - No comments
RMJM directors Peter Morrison and Declan Thompson have been fined by a magistrates in Hong Kong after both were found guilty of a series of wage offences. The offences, relating to RMJM Hong...
25 Sep 2015 - No comments
Work to build a new distillery and visitor centre in Tarbert , Isle of Harris, has concluded with an official opening ceremony, allowing production to begin on the equivalent of 300,000 bottles a...
25 Sep 2015 - No comments
A number of design teams have been assembled to pursue the prestigious £66m contract to overhaul Glasgow’s Burrell Collection , Urban Realm understands. Architects are being sought by...
24 Sep 2015 - No comments
Dame Zaha Hadid has become the first woman to receive a RIBA Gold Medal after being honoured last night for her ‘dynamic and innovative’ projects by the architect’s body. The Iraqi born...
24 Sep 2015 - No comments
Industrial specialists Taylor Architecture Practice (TAP) has been appointed to extend an existing fish distribution centre in Larkhall by 2,500sq/m to provide additional cold storage and loading...
23 Sep 2015 - No comments
Richard Murphy Architects and Simpson & Brown have been appointed to develop alternate proposals for the restoration of Edinburgh’s former Royal High School, which would see the Calton Hill...
23 Sep 2015 - No comments
Edinburgh based co-design studio Here + Now, a team of landscape architects, designers and photographers, is to repurpose a disused railway tunnel in Edinburgh for a month long public art...
23 Sep 2015 - No comments
Richard Murphy Architects have handed over the final phase of Anglia Ruskin University’s Young Street campus, Cambridge, including a new Visual Eye Research Unit, Sports Science facilities and a...
22 Sep 2015 - No comments
7N Architects have submitted plans to build 52 homes on brownfield land at Fishwives Causeway, Portobello , on behalf of Cruden – fulfilling the affordable housing requirement of a wider site...
22 Sep 2015 - No comments
Morgan McDonnell Architects have submitted revised plans on behalf of Square and Crescent for a residential conversion and extension of 235 Corstorphine Road, a B-listed former Barnardos...
22 Sep 2015 - No comments
Network Rail is pressing ahead with its £104m redevelopment of Queen Street Station , despite plans to remodel Buchanan Galleries being thrown into doubt , by submitting plans for the demolition...
21 Sep 2015 - No comments
Work to deliver 40 new student residences in Fort William and a further 150 beds in Inverness are to get underway within the next week following sign-off of a £44m deal between the University...
21 Sep 2015 - No comments
A trio of 22 storey high rises at Tarfside Oval, Cardonald , have been imploded as part of a £5m regeneration drive by Glasgow Housing Association which will see 50 new homes built on the land....
18 Sep 2015 - No comments
Purcell has lifted the lid on a contemporary family home in suburban Edinburgh, squeezed into a narrow plot sandwiched between two existing houses. Arranged around a feature chimney the home...
18 Sep 2015 - No comments
City of Glasgow College has taken possession of its £50m Riverside Campus following its handover by contractor Sir Robert McAlpine on time and on budget. Designed collaboratively by Michael...
17 Sep 2015 - No comments
Eleven entrants have been shortlisted for the third round of the Scottish Scenic Routes design competition , which will introduce three architectural interventions at Banavie, Fort William, along...
17 Sep 2015 - No comments
Clyde Gateway has lodged plans with South Lanarkshire Council for the erection of a 30,000sq/ft Archial Norr designed office block at Shawfield , valued at £6.7m. Red Tree Shawfield will be...
16 Sep 2015 - No comments
Chemicals giant Ineos has revealed plans to construct a £20m headquarters at its Grangemouth petrochemicals plant to designs by Michael Laird Architects. Site clearance has already begun on...
16 Sep 2015 - No comments
Collective Architecture have submitted plans to West Lothian Council for the East Calder Partnership Centre, a local hub for council public services including a library, education & resource centre...
16 Sep 2015 - No comments
Urban Union have obtained planning consent for an additional 177 homes at Pennywell, Edinburgh, in the second phase of a wider master plan to build 719 houses and apartments for the area....
15 Sep 2015 - No comments
Yorkshire based developer Expresso Property and Holmes Miller Architects are to stage a public consultation to complete the missing portion of Charles Wilson’s 1850’s Park Circus masterplan...
14 Sep 2015 - No comments
Developers behind a £200m expansion of Aberdeen’s Union Square have staged a public consultation to bring 30 new retailers, a 120-room hotel and a food court to the shopping mall. Early...
14 Sep 2015 - No comments
Yeoman McAllister Architects have submitted plans for a new care home on behalf of the Care Concern Group at 18 Whitehouse Road, Edinburgh, within the Cramond Conservation Area. Sporting a...
11 Sep 2015 - No comments
CCG have moved on-site of Abington primary, the latest school to be delivered under an £800m modernisation programme led by South Lanarkshire Council. Built on vacant ground to the north of...
11 Sep 2015 - No comments
Two new factory-finished homes demonstrating energy efficiency have been unveiled at the BRE Innovation Park, Watford, with the promise of halving the construction schedule of a traditional build....
10 Sep 2015 - No comments
Bigg Regeneration has moved on site with 40 contemporary terraced homes at Whitelaw Street, the third phase of work as part of the Maryhill Locks Transformational Regeneration Area ....
10 Sep 2015 - No comments
Keppie have resumed their collaboration with Abstract following their work at St Vincent Plaza, Glasgow , by preparing designs for a 60,000sq/ft office development within a secure zone at Rosyth...
9 Sep 2015 - No comments
A unique pivoting pier is to appear on the banks of the River Ness, Inverness, after a design competition to deliver a gathering place structure was won by Sans façon and KHBT. Highland...
9 Sep 2015 - No comments
Baillie Baillie Architecture,  a competition design collaborative from Glasgow, has completed an innovative shelter on the banks of the Loire River at Chouze-sur-Loire, France, after winning a...
8 Sep 2015 - No comments
An unlisted 1930’s police station in the historic heart of St Andrews is to be demolished after plans were approved to construct 16 flats on the site . Muir Walker & Pride Architects have...
8 Sep 2015 - No comments
Queen Margaret University (QMU) has unveiled the first visualisations of an £80m commercial and innovation hub which will form the heart of its Musselburgh campus following submission of a...
7 Sep 2015 - No comments
Scottish Borders Council have granted conditional consent to demolition of the B-listed Wilton Mill clock tower, Hawick , after accepting the applicants argument that repair was not economically...
7 Sep 2015 - No comments
A Scotland re-invented themed art and architecture exhibition ‘architecture meets art’ gets underway today at the Upper Circle of Glasgow’s Theatre Royal until Wednesday. #AmeetsA 2015...
7 Sep 2015 - No comments
Simpson & Brown Architects have been appointed to restore Glasgow’s Willow Tea Rooms and create an adjacent Charles Rennie Mackintosh visitor centre following an international design competition....
7 Sep 2015 - No comments
Forrest Group is pressing ahead with plans to build a 176-bed four star hotel at Finnieston Quay, Glasgow, after entering into a management agreement with Radisson Red. Designed by ADF...
4 Sep 2015 - No comments
Govanhill Housing Association and Collective Architecture have drawn up plans for 42 new homes for social rent on a brownfield site at the corner of Victoria and Butterbiggins Road , Glasgow....
4 Sep 2015 - No comments
Muse has showcased finalised designs for their £107m Marischal Square development after confirming the ratio of glass to granite on the city centre scheme. The finalised scheme will place...
4 Sep 2015 - No comments
Collective Architecture has submitted plans for 31 houses for social rent and a children’s home at Muirskeith Road, Cathcart. Adopting the ‘gable form’ as a recurring design feature...
3 Sep 2015 - No comments
Muse Developments have belatedly made an 11th hour decision on the façade composition of their Marischal Square project, Aberdeen, ending months of confusion over the issue. Confirming to...
3 Sep 2015 - No comments
Scottish Borders Council has given the final go ahead for construction to commence on a new £8.6m Duns Primary School within the former Berwickshire High School building, including a support...
2 Sep 2015 - No comments
Urban Union have submitted plans for a further 177 new homes in the second phase of a regeneration master plan for the Pennywell area of Edinburgh which will deliver 715 mixed tenure homes over...
2 Sep 2015 - No comments
Cruden Homes and Dunedin Canmore have teamed up for the delivery of 24 affordable homes above three retail units on a brownfield site at Gilmerton Dykes Street, Edinburgh . Assist Design...
2 Sep 2015 - No comments
Lancashire County Cricket Club have secured planning consent for a 150 bed Hilton Garden Inn hotel at Manchester’s Old Trafford Cricket Ground, clearing the way for construction work is to get...
2 Sep 2015 - No comments
Hoskins Architects have submitted their final design proposals for the £75m conversion of Edinburgh’s former Royal High School building into a new hotel following extensive pre-application...
1 Sep 2015 - No comments
Collective Architecture has secured planning permission for an extension to Toronto Primary School, Livingston, as part of West Lothian Council’s schools development programme....
1 Sep 2015 - No comments
A set of architectural drawings of the Glasgow School of Art, the most comprehensive of their type, are to inform ongoing work to restore the school whilst serving as an educational resource....
1 Sep 2015 - No comments
Cancer charity It’s Good 2 Give has begun construction of a £1m three bedroom holiday home for the families of children with the disease. Designed on a pro bono basis by Kettle Collective...

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