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29 Jan 2016 - No comments
Knight Property Group has begun the speculative refurbishment of two city centre office premises in Edinburgh amidst increased confidence in the sector. Overseen by Space Solutions the work...
29 Jan 2016 - No comments
Entries are now being invited for the 2016 Scottish Design Awards, the annual search for the best architecture and design commissions, to have been completed over the past 12 months....
29 Jan 2016 - No comments
Morgan Sindall has commenced delivery of a £12.4m primary school at Bishopbriggs on Kirriemuir Road, on behalf of East Dunbartonshire Council. The 560 roll Archial Norr designed school will...
28 Jan 2016 - No comments
A 300 year-old tenement block in Edinburgh’s Old Town has been handed a new lease of life following repairs to stonework, chimneys, gutters, windows and roof. The 17th century building is...
28 Jan 2016 - No comments
Plans drawn up by Archial Norr Architects to build a new primary school in Kirkintilloch have received the go-ahead from East Dunbartonshire Council. Situated on Newdyke Road the 300 place...
28 Jan 2016 - No comments
Prime Minister David Cameron is to visit Aberdeen later today following agreement of a £500m City Deal for Aberdeen following a similar agreement with Glasgow . Jointly funded with the...
28 Jan 2016 - No comments
Robertson have been appointed to undertake a redevelopment of Edinburgh Academical’s ground at Raeburn Place, Stockbridge , following a competitive tender for a two stage design and build...
27 Jan 2016 - No comments
Marriot owned hotel brand Moxy is continuing its roll out with plans for a 230 bed hotel at Edinburgh Airport on the site of a former golf driving range on the Royal Highland Showground site....
27 Jan 2016 - No comments
Moxon Architects have unveiled plans for a pedestrian footbridge across Regent’s Canal, London, to improve connectivity through the newly formed Gas Holder Park between King’s Cross and Camley...
27 Jan 2016 - No comments
Graham Construction has commenced delivery of the £10.7m Higgs Centre for Innovation at the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, following the finalisation of its design by JM Architects....
27 Jan 2016 - No comments
Timber kit manufacturer Scotframe has showcased their latest residential completion in the form of the O’Grady home, one of seven individually designed homes at Daviot, Aberdeenshire....
27 Jan 2016 - No comments
Hammerson are to press ahead with a £10m makeover of Fife Central Retail Park , Kirkcaldy, with the formation of five new outlets on the site of a vacant Homebase store, offering a combined...
26 Jan 2016 - No comments
Cumbernauld Academy and Theatre has been given the go-ahead after receiving Scottish government funding in a final tranche of 19 schools to be awarded cash for rebuild or refurbishment....
26 Jan 2016 - No comments
EDI Group has unveiled a fresh batch of images depicting how Craigmillar town centre could look following its £200m transformation into a new commercial hub as it prepares to host an information...
25 Jan 2016 - No comments
Construction work is set to get underway on a new leisure centre for Girvan and South Carrick after South Ayrshire Council finalised funding for the £6m build. Located on Girvan Harbour the...
25 Jan 2016 - No comments
ICA Architects have unveiled their interior design work at Ibis Styles on Miller Street, Glasgow, a new hotel fashioned from an abandoned Edwardian office block managed by Redefine BDL. The...
25 Jan 2016 - No comments
Planners are recommending that approval be granted to the transformation of the B-listed Charlotte Baptist Chapel on Rose Street into 22 serviced apartments and a pub . Designed by J.A. Leask...
25 Jan 2016 - No comments
Keppie have submitted plans for a twin hotel development constituting 393 rooms together with 35 serviced apartments at the entrance to Glasgow’s SECC complex on behalf of Chesterpeak...
22 Jan 2016 - No comments
A former brewery in Edinburgh’s Fountainbridge district is to make way for 78 flats and 140,000sq/ft of speculative office space following its sale to Fountainbridge Holdings, a joint venture...
22 Jan 2016 - No comments
Ian Springford Architects have announced that the practice will henceforth be named ISA as part of a New Year rebranding exercise that will see the practice relocate to 4-5 Blenheim Place,...
22 Jan 2016 - No comments
BTE Architecture has showcased a £193k Pyramid viewpoint on a peninsula overlooking Loch Lomond at Inveruglas, built as part of the Scottish government’s Scenic Routes initiative....
21 Jan 2016 - No comments
CAG Architects have drawn up plans for three studio apartments for students and ground floor office space on Edinburgh’s Murano Place on the site of a former plumber’s yard on behalf of...
21 Jan 2016 - No comments
CDA Architects and S1 Developments have won permission to redevelop Edinburgh’s B—listed Westerlea House in the West Murrayfield Conservation Area by sweeping aside numerous ad-hoc extensions...
21 Jan 2016 - No comments
Glasgow City Council has given the final go-ahead to a £60m extension of the East End Regeneration Route, completing the four lane link between the M74 and M8/80 via the Emirates Arena and Celtic...
20 Jan 2016 - No comments
The University of Edinburgh is to commence work on a £25m Data Technology Institute , following the appointment of McLaughlin & Harvey as main contractor for the 100,000sq/ft project. The...
20 Jan 2016 - No comments
Austin-Smith:Lord’s South Lanarkshire College low carbon teaching building has been nominated for a 2016 BREEAM Award courtesy of its low energy and waste standards to the health and well-being...
19 Jan 2016 - No comments
CDA Architects have submitted plans for 100 homes at Waterfront Avenue, Edinburgh , on behalf of Places for People, phase one of a larger 300 home development. Finished in a palette of white...
19 Jan 2016 - No comments
A long standing brownfield site on Edinburgh’s Craighall Road is to be filled after West Coast Estates secured planning permission for a £2m mixed use redevelopment of a former garage and pub....
18 Jan 2016 - No comments
Argyll & Bute Council is to dedicate Helensburgh’s Hermitage Park to Gareth Hoskins in a tribute to the late architect following the award of a £2.3m Heritage Lottery grant . Hoskins and...
18 Jan 2016 - No comments
Lateral North have lifted the lid on a travelling workshop which will call at 50 destinations throughout 2016 as part of a community orientated initiative to produce a contemporary atlas of...
18 Jan 2016 - No comments
The University of St Andrews has submitted a planning application to build a £10m marine laboratory at East Sands, St Andrews . Replacing the Gatty Marine facility the new laboratory has...
15 Jan 2016 - No comments
Plans for a new community hub in Irvine, North Ayrshire, have received a cash injection of £1.1m from the Big Lottery, clearing the way for the £1.8m project to proceed. Fullarton Community...
15 Jan 2016 - No comments
Turnberry Homes have tabled plans to build 132 new homes in a second phase of development at Yoker Riverfront , whilst extending neighbouring path and cycle networks including a riverside walkway....
15 Jan 2016 - No comments
The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded grants totaling £6.1m to Saughton Park, Edinburgh and Hermitage Park, Helensburgh, to allow reinstatement of trees and plants, repair of footpaths, new...
14 Jan 2016 - No comments
Glasgow’s Bath Street is continuing the trend of office to residential conversions with proposals for the remodelling of St Stephen’s House , which has lain vacant since mid-2014....
14 Jan 2016 - No comments
The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society has tabled proposals to level their current Sir Basil Spence designed member’s pavilion in order to erect a new facility on site , doubling as a public...
14 Jan 2016 - No comments
Britain’s High Street’s are to be given a new look after outdoor advertising firm Clear Channel revealed plans to remove redundant telephone boxes and replacing them with hi-tech kiosks with...
13 Jan 2016 - No comments
Highland councilors are to deliberate on the approval of a mixed use scheme at Rose Street, Inverness , incorporating student housing, retail and commercial units. Inverness Properties...
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Fouin + Bell Architects have submitted plans for 29 contemporary apartments at Forthill Road, Broughty Ferry within a local conservation area. Faced in ashlar sandstone and inset zinc panels...
12 Jan 2016 - No comments
Work to build a £41m East Ayrshire Learning Campus won’t now get underway until March after ‘unforeseen circumstances’ delayed a move on-site. The project will see the merger of...
12 Jan 2016 - No comments
Aitken Turnbull Architects have submitted plans on behalf of NHS Borders to build a new GP surgery at Roxburgh Street, Galashiels , on the site of an existing ambulance depot. Finished in...
11 Jan 2016 - No comments
Elder & Cannon Architects and Glasgow Housing Association have drawn up plans for a residential development at Paisley Road West, Glasgow. Evolving the typology laid out at the practices award...
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Cooper Cromar has submitted alternative plans for the latest phase of expansion at the Glasgow Fort retail park, a multi-storey car park with ground floor retail units which is currently under...
11 Jan 2016 - No comments
Hoskins Architects founder Gareth Hoskins has passed away suddenly at the age of just 48 after suffering a heart attack during a fencing event on Sunday 3 January begore passing away on 9 January...
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A £25m new build Ayr Academy has been given the all-clear by the Scottish government, clearing the way for Kier Construction to begin delivery of the BDP designed scheme by the end of the month....
8 Jan 2016 - No comments
Hoskins Architects have submitted a planning application for a series of extensive extensions and alterations to the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh . This will see an unloved 1970’s...
8 Jan 2016 - No comments
Graham Construction has been appointed to deliver the £12m Higgs Centre for Innovation at the UK Astronomy Technology Centre’s Royal Observatory, Edinburgh. Delivered in partnership with...
7 Jan 2016 - No comments
Benjamin Tindall Architects have submitted plans to revitalise Glencoe’s Kings House Hotel , refurbishing the historic inn whilst demolishing later additions to create a new hotel wing and...
7 Jan 2016 - No comments
The Glasgow Institute of Architects have launched its triennial Alexander Thomson Scholarship A5 drawing competition to create a portrait based on the theme of ‘Detail’. Entries are...
7 Jan 2016 - No comments
Outspoken US presidential candidate Donald Trump has threatened to pull the plug on £700m of investment at his golf estates if the government bans him from entering the UK. The billionaire...
7 Jan 2016 - No comments
Glasgow Edinburgh Developments, working in conjunction with Grant Stafford Ltd, have submitted plans to build 54 apartments on a brownfield site at Bell Street, Glasgow. Drawn up by Jewitt and...
6 Jan 2016 - No comments
North Ayrshire Council is pressing ahead with plans to construct a JM Architects designed school Campus in Largs, within the grounds of Sport Scotland Inverclyde National Centre , following the...
6 Jan 2016 - No comments
Work to deliver a £12m upgrade of Sport Scotland’s National Centre Inverclyde is to get underway this month after the project was given the go ahead by North Ayrshire Council. Designed by...
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Peveril Securities has lodged plans drawn up by Fletcher Joseph Architects for the regeneration of Edinburgh’s Grassmarket along King’s Stables Road in the heart of the Old Town....
5 Jan 2016 - No comments
As another year gets underway Urban Realm kicks things off with the return of our annual snapshot of the architecture industry, cataloguing the top 100 practices at play today. It’s an exhaustive...
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A bid by Granton Central Developments has received the all clear from Edinburgh City Council planners, clearing the way for the mixed use scheme. Drawn up by Wilson Gunn Architects Edinburgh...
4 Jan 2016 - No comments
The University of Glasgow has appointed HOK architects and engineering firm WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff to develop a £40m research hub at its Gilmorehill campus following a competitive tender....

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