A “world-class River Park” along both banks of the Clyde is among plans being considered by Glasgow City Council for the regeneration of Broomielaw. The plans include a proposal for a world-class River Park along both banks of the Clyde; an examination of the benefits and negative impact
Image credit SPT The redevelopment of Partick Bus Station by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) is now complete after 11 months of construction with the facility scheduled to open on September 2.
Keppie Design has submitted detailed proposals for a mental health estate in north Glasgow. The project for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde comprises a new Acute Admissions Unit (AAU) and Hospital Based Complex Clinical Care Unit (CCC) in the grounds of Stobhill Hospital.
Work is due to begin on a major redevelopment to deliver better facilities and greater capacity at Partick Interchange as SPT (Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) prepares to award a contract for the project. The bus station will close for eight months to allow Glasgow City Council in conjunction
Initial concept designs for the redevelopment of Perth City Hall were unveiled today at a public exhibition. Perth & Kinross Council is working with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) to manage the process of choosing from a shortlist of five major architects to w
An exhibition featuring the initial design concepts created by the five shortlisted architectural firms for the transformation of Perth City Hall into a cultural attraction are to go on show for members of the public. The building, which closed its doors to the public in 2005, is to be con
Five of the biggest names in UK architecture have been shortlisted in Perth & Kinross Council’s competition to redesign Perth City Hall. Launched by the local authority in February, the competition challenged architectural firms to come up with a grand vision for redeveloping the building
The Low Carbon Teaching Building at South Lanarkshire College Austin-Smith:Lord has been shortlisted for an international BREEAM Award for its ground-breaking sustainable design of South Lanarkshire College’s Low Carbon Teaching Building.
The next stage of a ten year regeneration strategy for Glasgow city centre was launched today by Councillor Frank McAveety, leader of Glasgow City Council. Focusing on four of the city centre's nine districts: Broomielaw, Blythswood, Central and St. Enoch, the next stage of the Glasgow City Centre D
Glasgow City Council has appointed a multidisciplinary team led by MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord to embark on the design of District Regeneration Frameworks for four city centre districts. The project will look to create a clear urban structure to realise Glasgow’s economic, cultural and social pote