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Wheatley Homes Glasgow has been given the green light to develop 48 homes for mid-market rent at Milton in the north of the city. Collective Architecture has designed three blocks for a site on the corner of Ashgill Road at Colston Road which is currently occupied by the Association’s loc

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Collective Architecture director Chris Stewart has been elected as the new president of the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) for a two-year term which begins following the Incorporation’s AGM on 29 June 2022. The Glasgow-based architect is a member of and former sustainabil

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Employee-owned architecture firm Collective Architecture has launched a new studio in Glasgow’s Bath Street to coincide with its 25th anniversary. The first business of its kind in Scotland has just moved into the new 6,738 sq. ft. / 625 sq. m. studio at Albert Chambers, with the studio having

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Collective Architecture director Jude Barber has been named by the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) in its 2022 intake of Fellows, joining other names from the arts, business, public service, and civil society as well as academia from Scotland and beyond. The 80 new appointments will be joining the

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A consortium comprising of John Graham Holdings, Panacea Property Development and Miller Homes has today been appointed as development partner for the next stage of the City of Edinburgh Council-led regeneration of Meadowbank. Councillors agreed to award the £1.045 million

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Work is underway to build a 40-bedroom care complex and 46 extra care flats alongside a day-care unit in Bonnyrigg. The development on the former St Marys primary school site bounded by Polton Street, Moorfoot View and Moorfoot Place.

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Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) has received planning permission to build 89 new homes on a former lorry depot site at Locharbriggs. Designed by Collective Architecture, the development forms part of the Association's plan to deliver 800 affordable homes across the region

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The renovation of Queens Cross Housing Association homes at Cedar Court is next up in our COP26SCN feature following a visit to the development by a COP26 international delegation. Three of Glasgow’s best known high rise blocks have attracted international praise for their improved environment

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