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27 Jun 2016 - No comments
Holmes Miller Architects have secured planning permission in principle for the creation of a new Queen Victoria School, Dunblane, by Stirling Council . The MoD funded boarding school is...
24 Jun 2016 - No comments
A narrow vote for Britain to exit the EU by 51.9 per cent to 48.1 per cent has sent shockwaves through the construction sector as businesses grapple to understand the potential consequences ....
23 Jun 2016 - No comments
Lippe Architects have marked the first phase expansion of Meldrum House Hotel Country Hotel & Golf Course, Aberdeenshire, to coincide with a re-launch of the practice with new branding. The...
23 Jun 2016 - No comments
The University of Glasgow has filed plans drawn up by HLM Architects and WSP Parsons Binckerhoff for a Learning & Teaching Hub on its Gilmorehill campus . Faced in large format buff...
23 Jun 2016 - No comments
Stallan-Brand Architects have drafted proposals for a quartet of town houses on Glasgow’s Botanic Crescent Lane on behalf of Exchange Court Properties. The small scale intervention will...
22 Jun 2016 - No comments
Chris Stewart Group is to spearhead the refurbishment of Edinburgh’s Blenheim House after purchasing the east end office building in a £5m deal. Ian Springford Architects have been brought...
22 Jun 2016 - No comments
Lidl has announced a £50m expansion programme which will see it open eight new stores in Hawick, Stirling, Greenock, Partick, Oban, Broughton, Craigmillar and Slateford. Designed by Cassidy...
21 Jun 2016 - No comments
Visage Properties and GWP Architecture have commenced delivery of a 173 bed student apartment scheme at Causewayend, Aberdeen , valued at £17m. Finished in grey/buff brickwork with splayed...
21 Jun 2016 - No comments
Holmes Miller Architects and Mactaggart & Mickel have won approval to convert a redundant 1970’s office block on Herschell Street, Anniesland, to form 48 apartments . This will see the...
21 Jun 2016 - No comments
The IBI Group have unveiled a £46m mental health and community facility in Irvine, Ayrshire, following handover of the build by Balfour Beatty. Woodland View offers a range of mental health...
21 Jun 2016 - No comments
As the EU referendum campaign draws toward its inevitable climax those with most at stake in the outcome; an embattled construction sector amongst them as it grappling with a skills shortage,...
21 Jun 2016 - No comments
McLaughlin & Harvey have been appointed to deliver a 64,000sq/ft speculative office build in Edinburgh’s Exchange district to designs by Michael Laird Architects. Construction at 2 Semple...
21 Jun 2016 - No comments
A boom in Scotch whisky production has fired up plans to form a new Borders Distillery within a Tudor-style power station in Hawick , Scottish Borders, in what will be the first whisky distillery...
20 Jun 2016 - No comments
Detailed plans have been submitted for the conversion of an abandoned Aberdeen hospital to form a 52 room hotel, 27 serviced apartments, 30 flats and 10 affordable homes. Plans drawn up by...
20 Jun 2016 - No comments
Warwick Stewart Architects have tabled proposals for the alteration and refurbishment of an historic terrace at Abercromby Place, Edinburgh , as part of a conversion from office to residential....
20 Jun 2016 - No comments
Hazeldene House Ltd and 3DReid Architects have submitted plans for the conversion and extension of the B-listed 131-133 Princes Street to form modern office accommodation. Combining three...
17 Jun 2016 - No comments
A series of photo montages have been published illustrating how the skylines of some of the UK’s biggest cities would be transformed in the unlikely event they might ever play host to one of the...
17 Jun 2016 - No comments
The Saltire Society has named 18 projects in its shortlist for its 2016 housing design awards ahead of announcing the winners at the end of the month. This year’s bash will be themes on the...
17 Jun 2016 - No comments
A public consultation has been held in the Renfrewshire town of Johnstone outlining proposals for a supermarket, pub, drive through restaurant, 20 homes, a car park and community woodland on the...
16 Jun 2016 - No comments
Eleven projects have been singled out for honours by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland at their annual RIAS Awards, each of which will now be eligible for the prestigious Andrew...
16 Jun 2016 - No comments
Tom Elder and Dick Cannon, founders of Elder & Cannon Architects, have been presented with lifetime achievement awards by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland. Honouring their...
16 Jun 2016 - No comments
LSI Architects have lodged plans to extend The Edinburgh Clinic , a private hospital on the city’s Colinton Road, to provide new operating theatres, bedrooms, chemist, staff facilities and a...
16 Jun 2016 - No comments
Socially Conscious Capital has set out its intent to build 450 homes on the site of Longniddry Farm in accordance with East Lothian Council’s draft local development plan. Planning...
15 Jun 2016 - No comments
Final year students at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture have drafted up a series of design ideas to help draw more people to the Cairngorms as part of their end of year show. Tasked...
15 Jun 2016 - No comments
The University of Edinburgh has filed proposals to extend its school of biological sciences through redevelopment of the existing Darwin Centre, King’s Buildings Campus. This work will see...
14 Jun 2016 - No comments
Work to deliver a new extension to an existing residential school at Maryhill is nearing completion with the charity behind the plans seeking additional funding to complete the build and outdoor...
14 Jun 2016 - No comments
Keppie Design has completed a £1m modular timber extension of the Kingsmill Hotel, Inverness, in collaboration with Carbon Dynamics. Gypsum fibreboard panels and fermacell boarding were used...
13 Jun 2016 - No comments
Collective Gallery have obtained a £300k grant from Edinburgh World Heritage to convert and restore the Calton Hill City Observatory to form a visual arts space by the end of 2017. The...
13 Jun 2016 - No comments
MAC Architects have picked up an award for best interior home improvement for the design of Westwood Villa, Aberdeen , at the annual North-east Trades Awards – just three months after picking up...
10 Jun 2016 - No comments
Glasgow City Council planners have given their consent to the demolition and façade retention of B-listed 137-143 Trongate to facilitate construction of 69 studio apartments amidst renewed...
10 Jun 2016 - No comments
A pre-planning consultation has been launched for the creation of a new cinema and restaurants at the eastern end of the St Enoch Centre , Glasgow, in place of the current BHS store. The...
10 Jun 2016 - No comments
Kier Construction has been appointed to deliver a £14m makeover of Edinburgh College of Art which will see 12,000sq/m of space at its A-listed main building at Lauriston Place repaired and...
10 Jun 2016 - No comments
A £32m High School designed by Norr Architects and RankinFraser landscape architects has been given the go-ahead by West Lothian Council, connecting to the existing village by a new road and rail...
9 Jun 2016 - No comments
Stage 6 students at the Scott Sutherland School of Architecture are to set out their ideas for development around Aberdeen’s western Peripheral Route, a city bypass which it is feared could...
9 Jun 2016 - No comments
Stallan-Brand and Formal Investments have launched a pre-planning consultation for the redevelopment of a large urban block bounded by Sauchiehall, Renfield and Bath Street’s. within the...
9 Jun 2016 - No comments
Randolph Hill has awarded a £5.75m contract to Muir Construction to expand its Muirfield nursing home, Gullane, to provide 60 rooms following a competitive tender. This work will see a new...
9 Jun 2016 - No comments
South Ayrshire Council has broken ground on a £1.6m extension at Annbank Primary School, to serve the dual purpose of improving education provision and community facilities within Annbank and...
9 Jun 2016 - No comments
Spireview Housing Association, Mast Architects and MB landscape architects have put forward plans to create a new community hub behind the retained façade of the former Rosemount School at...
9 Jun 2016 - No comments
Collective Architecture is branching out east with the official opening of a new Edinburgh office, necessitated by a growing portfolio of work across the UK stretching from the east coast to the...
8 Jun 2016 - No comments
TCD Architects have obtained planning permission to construct a home extension to a B-listed crescent in Aberdeen, the first such full-width application to be approved on the street. Argyle...
8 Jun 2016 - No comments
The latest project to complete as part of the Scenic Route’s initiative has been unveiled at the Caledonian Canal, Banavie, offering visitors a viewpoint from which to observe a flight of canal...
7 Jun 2016 - No comments
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service have obtained planning permission in principle for the creation of up to 125 flats on the site of their former training college in Gullane, East Lothian....
7 Jun 2016 - No comments
ICA Architects have secured planning consent for the redevelopment of Edinburgh’s India Buildings to form a 225 bed hotel, bar, restaurant, café and commercial units. Jansons Property are...
7 Jun 2016 - No comments
Eyemouth and District Community Trust are seeking planning consent for the conversion and extension of the former Burgh Chambers and town hall to form a social innovation centre. The B-listed...
6 Jun 2016 - No comments
Abertay Housing Association has brought forward plans to build 60 flats for social rent to designs by Barton Willmore together with associated public realm enhancements at Finavon Street, within...
6 Jun 2016 - No comments
In a surprise move Keppie Design are to close studios in Aberdeen, Perth & Manchester and consult on the future of 25 staff after posting a £528k pre-tax loss to 31 July 2015. Blaming the...
3 Jun 2016 - No comments
Stirling Council has opened a £6m development of 53 affordable homes on the city’s Goosecroft Road as part of continuing efforts to revamp the area around its main railway station. Built...
3 Jun 2016 - No comments
AMA New Town Ltd has submitted updated proposals to develop 11 flats on the site of a redundant industrial unit at Horne Terrace, Edinburgh. Nestled within a tenement district close to...
2 Jun 2016 - No comments
A former bathhouse in Glasgow’s Govanhill, operating as a community hub since 2013, is to reopen as a swimming pool and wellness centre by late 2018 after securing grant funding for the necessary...
2 Jun 2016 - No comments
Transport Scotland has marked the installation of the largest single span bridge to be built as part of a £500m package of improvements to M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project. Engineers...
2 Jun 2016 - No comments
NHS Fife has taken possession of a £3.7m intensive psychiatric care unit (IPCU) at Stratheden Hospital following completion of work by Graham Construction. Designed to provide a therapeutic...
2 Jun 2016 - No comments
Optimised Environment s has prepared a planning application to form a new area of parkland on behalf of Edinburgh and Lothians Greenspace Trust. Little France Park will be carved out of...
1 Jun 2016 - No comments
The site of the former A-listed Paton’s Mill, Johnstone , is set to play host to a range of commercial uses following the submission of a proposal of application notice by @Sipp Pension...
1 Jun 2016 - No comments
South Ayrshire Council is putting its weight behind efforts to position Prestwick Airport as a hub for Britain’s space industry with a two year support package worth £240k designed to promote...

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