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18 Jun 2018 - No comments
North Ayrshire Council has taken possession of a £52m education campus in Largs , the largest such facility to be built by the authority so far. Amongst several big claims made of the...
17 Jun 2018 - No comments
As the initial shock of Friday's devastating Glasgow School of Art fire begins to dissipate tough questions are now being asked as to how such a disaster can have been allowed to happen not once,...
16 Jun 2018 - No comments
Glasgow School of Art has found itself at the centre of yet another devastating fire just four years after an earlier blaze tore through one wing of the famous school, gutting its unique...
15 Jun 2018 - No comments
David Murray Associates have resubmitted plans for an infill residential development in Aberdeen replacing a disused garage with twin duplex apartments . The Merkland Lane site provides...
15 Jun 2018 - No comments
Queensferry High School has reached financial close, enabling main contractor Morrison to begin construction. Scheduled to complete by spring 2020 the £40m school has been designed by...
15 Jun 2018 - No comments
Artisan Real Estate Investors are taking forward an ambitious transformation of the Clyde waterfront with proposals for a 294 room 4* Clayton Hotel on the site of the A-listed Customs House as...
15 Jun 2018 - No comments
North Lanarkshire Council are considering plans for a major ‘country park’ and 2,600 homes on a 600-acre site off the M8 corridor near Airdrie , with up to 40% of all properties classed as...
14 Jun 2018 - No comments
Vacant ground on Dundee’s City Quay is to be taken forward as affordable housing following the submission of new plans by JM Architects on behalf of Victoria Dock and Hillcrest Housing...
14 Jun 2018 - No comments
CCG have moved on-site with a purpose-built headquarters for New Gorbals Housing Association which will also include a public ‘event’ square and 28 flats for social rent. The...
13 Jun 2018 - No comments
Graham’s Family Dairy has appealed to the Scottish Government to approve its planning application for a £40m processing and R&D plant alongside 600 homes spearheaded by Mactaggart & Mickel at...
13 Jun 2018 - No comments
Attention is turning to the Argyle Street component of Glasgow’s ‘Avenues’ project this weekend with the launch of a public consultation designed to shape how the next phase of the giant...
13 Jun 2018 - No comments
The Burrell Collection has put an ambitious £66m rebuild plan into action with a clear out of the existing space, with engineers now hard at work delivering the John McAslan scheme including...
12 Jun 2018 - No comments
East Ayrshire Council has broken ground on a £68m schools campus in Knockroon, bringing together five schools and an early childhood centre on one site. The Barony Campus is being...
12 Jun 2018 - No comments
The University of St Andrews has teamed up with Campus Living Villages to erect a 'cohesive' student village and associated facilities at Albany Park, East Sands . Sheppard Robson have...
12 Jun 2018 - No comments
Structured House Group have gone back to square one in their £40m bid to develop a rundown corner of the Merchant City, scrapping plans to build a student residential tower in order to deliver...
12 Jun 2018 - No comments
East Renfrewshire Council will decide later this week whether to give the go-ahead to a £55m retirement village which seeks to shatter preconceptions of later living by offering a range of...
11 Jun 2018 - No comments
Glasgow and Cernach Housing Associations have pulled the trigger on a development of 134 homes at Linkwood Drive, Drumchapel , in the latest phase of an ongoing estate regeneration programme....
11 Jun 2018 - No comments
Morgan McDonnell Architecture have teamed up with Square and Crescent to propose the demolition of an existing villa on Edinburgh’s Corstorphine Road , for replacement with 20 apartments....
8 Jun 2018 - No comments
Renfrewshire Council, working in tandem with BAE Systems, is progressing plans to deliver a £10m housing development by Anderson Bell Christie together with a new Holmes Miller designed primary...
8 Jun 2018 - No comments
The Broomhouse Centre has committed to the erection of a £3m community hub after agreeing terms with Graham Construction to deliver the single-storey centre. Agreement follows close of...
8 Jun 2018 - No comments
Aberdeen City Council has approved the business case for the creation of a new public space to enhance the setting of the city’s Art Gallery and Cowdray Hall , enabling proponents to begin the...
7 Jun 2018 - No comments
The curtain has been raised on a landmark Art Deco cinema in Glasgow city centre which has begun a second lease of life as grade A office accommodation. Originally earmarked for leisure use...
7 Jun 2018 - No comments
Architectural and design practices in the running for a 2018 Scottish Design Award have been named following a two-day judging process. On the architecture side of the design divide no fewer...
7 Jun 2018 - No comments
A stalled office development in Glasgow city centre could be brought forward as a mix of 300 hotel rooms and 446 student beds following submission of new plans for the prominent junction of...
6 Jun 2018 - No comments
CALA and Michael Laird Architects have returned for a second stab at planning for the residential conversion of the former Boroughmuir High School , revisiting previously refused plans by...
6 Jun 2018 - No comments
Holmes Miller has put its name to plans by Vaga Developments for the restoration and conversion of the former Lenzie Primary School on Kirkintilloch Road to form 20 flats. Marketed ta...
6 Jun 2018 - No comments
ARPL Architects have unveiled a collection of four cottage flats at Dailly, South Ayrshire , infilling a prominent brownfield site in the village. Built by 3B Construction the social...
6 Jun 2018 - No comments
Backers of a £500m vision for a new marina at Edinburgh Waterfront are stepping up their efforts to realise the vision with a pledge to increase the number of full-time jobs on offer from 300 to...
5 Jun 2018 - No comments
Highland Council have moved to purchase a vacant office block at Bridge Street, Inverness, as part of moves to establish the Inverness Castle as a new tourism destination through an intervention...
5 Jun 2018 - No comments
Scottish Borders Council has initiated groundwork at a new community campus in Jedburgh on land at Hartrigge Park, supplanting three existing schools across the town in the process....
5 Jun 2018 - No comments
Ogilvie Construction has begun delivery of a £9.3m apartment development in Currie, Edinburgh , which will deliver 53 properties on behalf of Dunaven Homes. Billed as a rural retreat...
5 Jun 2018 - No comments
Holmes Miller Architects are the latest design team to carry the baton for the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland in their long-running bid to build a new pavilion at Ingliston ....
4 Jun 2018 - No comments
The University of Stirling has been handed the all-clear by councilors to progress a £20m sports hub , with work expected to get underway in the autumn. Overseen by Faulkner Brown...
4 Jun 2018 - No comments
Strathedin properties and CM Architects have brought forward plans to convert the former Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice at Portland Place, Glasgow, into holiday let accommodation following...
4 Jun 2018 - No comments
24 flats for social rent have been proposed by Anderson Bell + Christie and Parkhead Housing Association for the site of a former sports pavilion at Helenvale Street, Glasgow, immediately adjunct...
4 Jun 2018 - No comments
The Architecture Fringe , an annual independent arts programme, is to return for a third year with its most diverse events programme yet, with over seventy individual projects ranging in scale...
4 Jun 2018 - No comments
Northumberland Street Properties and LBA have drawn up plans for the erection of 11 apartments on Edinburgh’s Warriston Road , overlooking the southern edge of the Water of Leith and replacing...
4 Jun 2018 - No comments
CCG has launched a development of 156 private riverside homes in Pollokshaws , Glasgow, ranging from one-bedroom flats through to four-bedroom houses, part of a move back to private sector...
1 Jun 2018 - No comments
Scottish Rugby has filed for planning permission to build a new Holmes Miller designed pitch at Murrayfield, Edinburgh, with a maximum capacity of 7,800. Transforming existing training...

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