Barton Willmore

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Independent planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has been appointed to support the development of two new harbour facilities in Stornoway. The firm’s Edinburgh team were commissioned by Stornoway Port Authority to support its ambitious plans to regenerate the harbour area as part of its

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Glasgow’s Pollokshaws area is a step closer to its next phase of regeneration after developers Urban Union submitted a planning application to Glasgow City Council. Developed with the assistance of architects and town planners Barton Willmore, the application includes plans for 137 residential pro

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Stuart Bishop, head of Barton Willmore’s Architecture team in Scotland with the new recruits Edinburgh planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore has bolstered its architecture team with nine new recruits as it continues with ambitious growth plans in Scotland.

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Regeneration firm Urban Union and architects Barton Willmore have submitted plans for the next phase of regeneration at the Pennywell Living development to the City of Edinburgh Council. The application includes plans for 315 dwellings, landscaping and associated drainage and infrastructure at the s

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Plans have been submitted which could see the creation of about 200 new houses in Peebles, 50 of which would be affordable. Builders Taylor Wimpey and property developer and investor AWG Property want to build the properties on land east of Kittlegairy View in the Borders town.

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Detailed plans for a brownfield development of 125 homes at Gullane’s former Fire College have been submitted by CALA Management Ltd. Central to the proposals is the sensitive renovation of the landmark Henderson House, as well as on-site provision of 31 high-quality affordable homes which will be

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Plans have been drawn up for a new 46-flat development on a brownfield site at Royston in Edinburgh. The scheme is part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s programme to which will deliver 40,000 affordable and mid-market homes across the city over the coming decade.

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How the homes will look from the Fintry Drive / Finavon Street junction Abertay Housing Association has submitted a planning application for 60 new homes and urban realm improvements in the Fintry area of Dundee.

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