Councillors have approved plans for a new primary school and nursery campus in Dundee. The new North East Campus, which has been designed by Holmes Miller Architects on behalf of Dundee City Council, will bring together three primary schools and two nursery schools on land to the north of Lothian Cr
A date has been set for the start of work to turn Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street into a tree-lined avenue during a “radical” transformation. Work to add trees, seats and cycling facilities to the main city centre artery will begin in the summer, marking the start of a £115 million investment by
(from left) Aaron Chan, Lucia Medina Uriarte, Alexandra Angus and Jorge-Paul Carr A group of architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) will host an exhibition of their work to transform the grounds of Elsick House into a wedding and corporate venue.
North Lanarkshire park's iron-age history comes to life in new play area A spectacular iron-age crannog will be the centrepiece of a new play facility being installed at Drumpellier Country Park.
A spoof of an IKEA flat-pack furniture kit shows how to cheaply build Donald Trump's proposed Mexican border wall. The Börder Wåll offers a "practical, ready-made solution" to the US president's plans for a continuous barrier between the two countries, according to satirical news site The Postillo
Richmond Homes' HQ in Dunfermline A building firm in Fife has collapsed resulting in the loss of 15 jobs.
The Glasgow Recycling and Renewable Energy Centre at Polmadie Interserve has today revealed that the cost of exiting its troubled Energy from Waste (EfW) projects has more than doubled to £160 million.
Original plans for the building by Keppie Design Plans for a hotel which what would have become the tallest building in Edinburgh have been scaled back due to concerns over the city’s skyline.
Mikael Forup By Dr Mikael Forup, technical director of ecology at Atmos Consulting.
Aerial view of Bowling and the River Clyde Plans to transform the former Exxon site in West Dunbartonshire as part of a £28 million project could take a step forward this week.
Zero Waste Scotland has developed a new online guide on how material waste can be prevented through design in construction and refurbishment projects. Published as part of a programme of support for the Scottish construction sector, the guide explains and demonstrates how circular economy design ide
Generations of people in and around Tarbolton now have access to first-class facilities as the latest project by construction and infrastructure-focused partnership hub South West Scotland opened its doors. The first classes were held last week at the £3.8 million Tarbolton Community Campus, a flag
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff secures place on EDF Energy technical support alliance Global professional consultancy WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff has been appointed by EDF Energy to its technical support alliance to support its fleet of wind farms, gas storage sites, coal and gas power stations across th
A property developer who has flouted building rules and constructed an “ugly” block of flats that bears no resemblance to the planning permission he was given has been told he must tear the whole thing down. The developer, who has not been named, was given permission in 2008 to build 12 flats on
The University of Glasgow has secured planning approval for its £1 billion campus masterplan to develop the former Western Infirmary site. The campus project, one of the biggest education developments in Scotland, will see an estimated investment of £1bn over 10 years – higher than the public in