Wheatley Group's transformation of a derelict stable block in Glasgow into new homes has wowed judges at the Scottish Design Awards.
Hillcrest Homes’ £20.5 million redevelopment of Dundee’s Ellengowan Drive has resumed on-site following the pause due to lockdown.
A City of Edinburgh Council project to repurpose the B-listed Powderhall Stables as artists’ studios and offices has taken a major step forward with the submission of a planning application by Collective Architecture.
Moray Council and Grampian Housing Association have published plans to build a sustainable residential development for social rent at Bilbohall in Elgin.
Moray Council has submitted plans to build 62 affordable homes on the site of the former Spynie Hospital in Elgin.
Govan Housing Association’s proposal for a residential-led mixed-use regeneration of land at Water Row has been awarded planning permission in principle.
Construction work on a development of 45 new affordable homes on the site of the former Lockerbie Academy is now under way.
Architect Jude Barber has announced a bid to become the new president of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA). The Collective Architecture director said her decision to run was “driven by the ever-increasing climate emergency and the associated impact the public health crisis is ha
The City of Edinburgh Council has approved plans for the first phase of housing for the development of Granton Waterfront.
Collective Architecture's proposed transformation of the Scottish Sculpture Workshop's (SSW) Lumsden workshop spaces and site have now been submitted to Aberdeenshire Council. Initially unveiled in November, the project will see a ‘ground-up’ development that utilises local mat
The Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust has appointed Collective Architecture to work with the community to take forward plans for a new housing and hub development on the Isle of Gigha. Image credit: The Isle of Gigha Heritage Trust
A masterplan for the delivery of 600 homes has been lodged by the City of Edinburgh Council as the community-led development at Meadowbank makes progress. New visualisation of the Meadowbank development (Image credit: Collective Architecture)
Collective Architecture has been appointed to develop final proposals for a housing development in Elgin.
The first images showing how a vacant former retail unit at the heart of Paisley’s High Street will be turned into a 21st-century community facility housing library services have been revealed today as an architect and main contractor are appointed to the project.
Collective Architecture has secured planning approval for a new project at Glengarnock.