Anderson Bell + Christie

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After his colleagues at Anderson Bell + Christie (AB+C) completed work on the second phase of the Laurieston development in Glasgow, Alasdair Blair was so impressed by the well-proportioned design and how light and space were so carefully considered, that it wasn’t long before he and his wife

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Glasgow-based architecture practice Anderson Bell + Christie has been awarded a CIH Scotland Award in partnership with the City of Edinburgh Council for a recently completed housing project at Sighthill.

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Wheatley Group has revised its proposals for a new development at the site of a former care home in Glasgow. The social landlord has enlisted Anderson Bell + Christie to develop plans for 60 Forfar Avenue, which was most recently occupied by a care home.

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The next president-elect of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) is to be Karen Anderson, a founding partner of Anderson Bell + Christie Architects. Once her election is ratified and approved by the RIAS Council on 24 May, Karen Anderson will serve as president-elect for one year

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Caroline Dearden and Mark Sneddon have been promoted to the board of directors at Anderson Bell & Christie (ABC) as the practice takes its next steps on the employee ownership journey. Both Caroline and Mark have been promoted internally from the ABC senior leadership team, reflecting

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Building services contractor Arc-Tech (Scotland) is to support the construction of 75 new net zero homes in Granton. The Glasgow-based firm offers turnkey Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) solutions for residential and industrial/ commercial development and will work alongside CCG (Scotland) to

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A landmark development which signals a gateway into the Camlachie neighbourhood and knits together a historic industrial area and newer housing stock has won the architecture Grand Prix at the Scottish Design Awards. Designed by Anderson Bell + Christie for West of Scotland Housing Association, 

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Construction work on Edinburgh’s first ‘net zero’ housing development is underway in the north west of the city. Led by the City of Edinburgh Council in partnership with Glasgow-based contractor CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the 75 home ‘Granton D1’ affordable housing pilot is pa

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