Planning, design and environmental consultancy Barton Willmore, now Stantec, is celebrating its sustained growth and development with 39 promotions across the business, including five in Scotland. Seven new associate directors have been promoted from within the business. In Edinburgh, the new planni
Student accommodation provider Alumno is to host a consultation event today to outline its proposals for a new development in central Glasgow.
The architects behind Bearsden’s new Allander Leisure Centre, which opened its doors this week, are hailing the facility as a potential future flagship for community-led, combined leisure and adult day care projects.
The first phase of the new Allander Leisure Centre in Bearsden is on track to open to customers on Monday 6 March 2023.
Sandy and James Easdale have heralded the decision to increase the number of houses planned at the £250 million redevelopment of IBM Greenock as transformational for the region. At a planning meeting held by Inverclyde Council yesterday afternoon, councillors voted in favour of lifting the exi
It's a new year and a new dawn for the Allander Leisure Centre as the current Bearsden facility prepares to bid farewell to its final patrons on Sunday 15 January ahead of the opening of a new complex.
Backers of a proposed £100 million housing-led regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock are considering an appeal to Scottish ministers following a dispute with a council over their planning application for the project.
International engineering, design and project management business Stantec has acquired independent UK planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore as it continues in a buy and build strategy.
The new Allander Leisure Centre is taking shape as works progress on the multi-million-pound project. East Dunbartonshire Council is redeveloping the current Bearsden site as part of a £42.5 million investment - including a new, state-of-the-art sports and leisure complex, as well as a support
The developers behind a proposed £100 million regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock have warned that the project “will no longer be economically viable” after councillors approved only 60% of the desired number of homes on the land. Local businessmen Sandy
A planning decision over a proposed £100 million transformation of the former IBM site in Greenock has been postponed by councillors.
Planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has announced the promotion of Colin Lavety to partner in its Scotland office. Michael Ward has also been appointed as an urban design director in Scotland as part of the UK-wide appointments and promotions round.
A new era is taking shape as construction progresses on the multi-million pound Allander Leisure and Day Care Centre. East Dunbartonshire Council is redeveloping the current Bearsden site as part of a £42.5 million investment - including a new, state-of-the-art sports and leisure complex, as w
Hallam Land Management Ltd has unveiled plans to deliver a new residential development of family homes on land at Dullatur Golf Club in Cumbernauld.
Construction work is under way on the multi-million pound Allander Leisure and Day Care Centre. East Dunbartonshire Council is redeveloping the current Bearsden site as part of a £42.5 million investment - including a new, state-of-the-art sports and leisure complex, as well as a support centr