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Proposals have been unveiled to replace Corunna House on Glasgow’s West Campbell Street with a 12-storey block. Plans submitted to Glasgow City Council by M&G Real Estate will see the current vacant office block demolished to make way for 275,000 sq/ft of net grade A floorspace.

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Plans to develop the historic Broadford Works site in Aberdeen into a new urban residential and retail space have been approved in principle. Aberdeen City Council’s planning department made the decision under delegated powers which could see private and student apartments, restaurants, cafes and

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A planning application to build an urban village of almost 900 units on the site of Aberdeen’s derelict Broadford Works has been submitted to the local authority. An application for planning permission in principle by architects Cooper Cromar on behalf of Ferness Investment Holdings calls for the

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Work on the long-awaited community hub and high school in Midlothian got underway last week as pupils, staff and councillors joined the construction team to cut turf on the project. The state-of-the-art community hub and high school will replace Newbattle Community High School, providing high qualit

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Glasgow’s skyline could be joined by a new multi-story office block should planners give the green light to the Broadway Two development. London based developers Titan Investors is seeking planning approval for the nine storey multi-million pound project on Renfield Street.

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Glasgow City Council has granted planning permission to BAM Properties and Taylor Clark Properties to develop a £100m office and residential project at Atlantic Square, Glasgow. BAM said the development in Glasgow’s Broomielaw will help address concerns that the City may be losing its competitive

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A new housing and office development planned for Glasgow’s financial services district has been recommended for approval by city planners. The £100 million Atlantic Square project, a joint venture between developers BAM Properties and Taylor Clarke, will result in around 300,000 sq ft of high qua

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Simon Walsh Cooper Cromar has announced that Simon Walsh has been promoted from associate to project director which is reflective of his dedication, commitment, contribution and influence on the business over a number years.

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