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29 Apr 2016 - No comments
Balfour Beatty has raised the required revenue to fully fund its development of 536 student bedrooms at Kennedy Street, Glasgow . The courtyard scheme has been designed by Oberlanders and...
29 Apr 2016 - No comments
An £80m golf-led development of the Ury Estate, Aberdeenshire , supported by Jack Nicklaus has won the backing of planners including new housing and conversion of the historic Ury House to form a...
29 Apr 2016 - No comments
Aberdeenshire councillors have given their recommendation of approval to plans drawn up by FM Ury Ltd to build a 3,750sq/m supermarket, 50 bedroom hotel and restaurant on the Ury Estate. In...
28 Apr 2016 - No comments
Aberdeen’s Capitol cinema has been given a second lease of life as 72,600sq/ft of office accommodation following a £30m redevelopment spearheaded by Keppie Design, M&G and Knight Property...
27 Apr 2016 - No comments
An architectural guide to the Highland coastline has been produced to document 48 structures from the Kylesku Bridge to Culloden Visitor Centre along Britain’s northernmost extremity. North...
27 Apr 2016 - No comments
A revised application to build new student flats at Murieston Crescent in Dalry, Edinburgh, has hit planner’s desks with Kenneth Reid Architects proposing to reduce room sizes to allow an...
26 Apr 2016 - No comments
Research conducted by the Glasgow School of Art in conjunction with Hanover Housing Association into the quality of ventilation in new build homes has found that many fail to meet minimum standards...
26 Apr 2016 - No comments
An expansion of the St Columba’s independent school, Inverclyde, is on track for completion this September with the conversion of two villas to form 13 classrooms. The Villa’s Development...
26 Apr 2016 - No comments
BRE have launched the final phase of their Ravenscraig innovation park to dovetail with the first application of cladding to the Curriculum House . Built with participation from students of...
25 Apr 2016 - No comments
Yulian Manev has emerged as the unanimous choice for the Alexander Thomson Scholarship 2016 following a Glasgow Institute of Architects administered competition to produce an A5 drawing themed on...
25 Apr 2016 - No comments
Carlton Hotel Collection and the EDI Group have commenced construction of a £20m hotel on Edinburgh’s Market Street ; transforming Craig’s Close, which has remained unused for 50 years, in...
22 Apr 2016 - No comments
Glasgow School of Art is to extend its academic footprint to the site of the former Stow College which will be ‘imaginatively’ refurbished to allow the School of Fine Art to be brought together...
22 Apr 2016 - No comments
A custom-built mobile pavilion conceived and created by Strathclyde University Architectural Master’s student Paul Pointon on behalf of the Glasgow Institute of Architects has completed a tour of...
22 Apr 2016 - No comments
Bennetts Associates have completed a £2.3m refurbishment of a post-modern office block at 100 West George Street, Glasgow, on behalf of Whiteburn and London & Scottish investments. The fit...
22 Apr 2016 - No comments
Chapelton, Scotland’s largest planned new town situated five miles south of Aberdeen, is to provide a backdrop for a new BBC television series documenting emerging developments and the...
21 Apr 2016 - No comments
Work is proceeding apace deep within Glasgow’s Queen Street Station rail tunnel to cut, drill and remove an existing concrete foundation slab to allow its replacement to be poured. The work...
21 Apr 2016 - No comments
The British Council of Offices have named six winners in the Scottish heat of their annual awards programme, with Keppie’s HQ for Aker Solutions in Aberdeen being named best corporate workplace...
20 Apr 2016 - No comments
ISA, formerly known as Ian Springford Architects, have completed their move to a £125k head office at Blenheim Place, Edinburgh , after stripping out a former pet shop to create new desk space....
20 Apr 2016 - No comments
Organisers of the Look Again visual art and design festival have opened the doors to a mirrored pavilion on Aberdeen’s Castlegate designed to serve as an information and event hub for the...
19 Apr 2016 - No comments
Edinburgh Printmakers is poised to meet its £11m funding target for a new creative hub after securing a £1.9m grant from the Scottish government. This takes the art charity to 90 per cent of...
19 Apr 2016 - No comments
Aberdeen City Council is seeking to progress delivery of 369 affordable homes on the site of the former Summerhill Education Centre at Lang Stracht , a key route into the city from the west....
19 Apr 2016 - No comments
A disused office on Mayfield Road, Edinburgh, is to be demolished to allow development of 83 self-contained studio flats for students designed by Kenneth Reid Architects. Located close to...
19 Apr 2016 - No comments
Glenwyvis Distillery is seeking investors to back a £2.5m vision to create a community-owned distillery and associated visitor centre at Dingwall in the Highlands. Reynolds Architecture will...
18 Apr 2016 - No comments
LDN Architects have drawn up plans to extend St Anne’s Parish Church in Corstorphine, Edinburgh , following a decision to consolidate operations at the A-listed church. This will see a new...
18 Apr 2016 - No comments
A bid by AS Homes, Sanctuary Scotland and OCS Group to build 61 CRGP designed homes at Spencer Street, Anniesland, has sparked a backlash from locals. In their design statement the architects...
18 Apr 2016 - No comments
Collective Architecture and Partick Housing Association have drawn up plans for the £8m redevelopment of the former St Peter’s School to form 60 homes. To achieve this the Victorian school...
15 Apr 2016 - No comments
Elder & Cannon Architects have drawn up plans to convert and extend a farm steading in Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, to form eight homes on behalf of Andrew Bell and Bankell Developments....
15 Apr 2016 - No comments
The latest edition of Urban Realm dovetails with the Festival of Architecture, which has got off to a sombre start with the untimely passing of two of the most respected architects in the field;...
14 Apr 2016 - No comments
An application has been filed with Aberdeen City Council to demolish an historic Aberdeen church hall save for the front façade to facilitate construction of 20 apartments. Situated at 116...
14 Apr 2016 - No comments
Perth & Kinross Council has filed separate planning applications for the complete rebuild of Tulloch and Kinross primaries as part of a £23m modernisation drive. Both will be demolished...
14 Apr 2016 - No comments
John McAslan & Partners have obtained consent for refurbishment of the Grade II listed Millbank Tower to form 207 flats as well as a 150 bedroom hotel, gardens and a new cultural facility within...
14 Apr 2016 - No comments
Amidst a flurry of handwringing over historic PPP/PFI contracts, resurfaced following the discovery of serious structural defects in four Edinburgh schools , Malcolm Fraser of Halliday Fraser...
13 Apr 2016 - No comments
Vastint, the property arm of IKEA, has staged a public consultation into a proposed 180 bed Moxy hotel at Collegelands, Glasgow, one of twenty of the Marriot owned hotel brands UK destinations....
13 Apr 2016 - No comments
Holmes Miller Architects have reached practical completion at the £32m Harris Academy ahead of its first intake of pupils this August. Hosting 1,200 pupils the new secondary provides...
12 Apr 2016 - No comments
Work to deliver a new Centre for the Scottish War Blinded on the outskirts of Paisley is set to get underway from the middle of next month following the successful delivery of a similar centre in...
12 Apr 2016 - No comments
The University of Glasgow has taken possession of the 14 acre former Western Infirmary site, enabling the progression of a £1bn expansion of its Gilmorehill campus over the coming decade. Key...
11 Apr 2016 - No comments
Hearts football club have published the first artist’s impression of a planned main grandstand at Tynecastle stadium which would add 3,000 seats, upping maximum capacity to 20,000. This...
11 Apr 2016 - No comments
Office occupiers are increasingly prioritising space close to public transport links as businesses weigh up the costs of lengthy commutes and travel between meetings, according to new research...
11 Apr 2016 - No comments
7N Architects have brought forward plans to transform a former engine shed at St Leonard’s Lane, Edinburgh , overhauling the former warehouse into a distillery and visitor centre. The...
11 Apr 2016 - No comments
No less than 17 Edinburgh schools have been affected by an emergency shutdown prompted by fears that substandard construction techniques employed under public private partnership delivered schools...
8 Apr 2016 - No comments
Developer Scotia House and CRGP architects have tabled plans to build 24 flats in a second phase of development off Glasgow’s Paisley Road West . Delivered on behalf of Southside Housing...
8 Apr 2016 - No comments
Seymour Holdings, owner of Glasgow’s Savoy Centre, have drawn up plans to have the high-rise component of the sixties podium and tower stained black as part of efforts to attract tenants to the...
8 Apr 2016 - No comments
South Ayrshire Council is to press ahead with a £3.8m primary school in the village of Dailly following the demolition of the original building. Contractors are due to move on-site of the...
7 Apr 2016 - No comments
Noah and contractor CCG have moved on-site with a development of six townhouses Partickhill Bowling Club to designs by Hoskins Architects. Hillside Gardens Lane will see the existing arts...
7 Apr 2016 - No comments
Late entries for the Architecture Scotland Annual 2016 are now being sought as a submissions deadline of the end of April. Entries are invited for any scheme to have been built in Scotland, or...
7 Apr 2016 - No comments
Infrastructure work is set to commence at Countesswells, Aberdeen, by the end of the month following approval in principle for 3,000 new homes . Delivered by Stewart Milne Homes, Heron...
6 Apr 2016 - No comments
Nominations for the 19th Scottish Design Awards have been published, chosen from a long list of 90 submissions chewed over by a panel of judges chaired by Heinz Richardson, board director at...
6 Apr 2016 - No comments
Falkirk Council has given the final go ahead to the creation of a new secondary school catering for pupils with additional support needs in Grangemouth. The £17.5m school has been designed...
5 Apr 2016 - No comments
Edinburgh World Heritage is to mark a half century of historic shopfront restorations with work to bring the façade of the Khukuri Nepalese restaurant on West Maitland Street. This will see...
5 Apr 2016 - No comments
Robertson Partnership Homes has begun demolition of Perth’s former Zoo nightclub to make way for 32 affordable homes on behalf of Fairfield Housing Co-operative. The £3m project will see...
5 Apr 2016 - No comments
NHS Lothian is to oversee construction of three new partnership centres within a matter of weeks following a final funding agreement. Working in partnership with City of Edinburgh Council and...
4 Apr 2016 - No comments
A Page\Park designed languages building at Dollar Academy has been officially opened offering ten additional classrooms with south facing views over hockey pitches at the foot of the Ochil Hills....
4 Apr 2016 - No comments
Hillcrest Housing Association, working in conjunction with developer Culross, is to deliver 59 affordable homes at Loaning Road, Edinburgh, following submission of a formal planning application....
4 Apr 2016 - No comments
Work to deliver Edinburgh’s newest railway station, a £41m halt at Gogarburn, is proceeding apace with twin 265m long platforms capable of handling ten car trains beginning to emerge....
1 Apr 2016 - No comments
South Ayrshire Council is to press ahead with construction of an £8.2m AHR-designed community campus in Tarbolton following the appointment of Morrison Construction to deliver the project....
1 Apr 2016 - No comments
Hub West Scotland has received the final go-ahead to press forward with the refurbishment and extension of Bearsden’s Kilmardinny House. The A-listed arts centre will be overhauled by Mast...

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