Simpson & Brown Architects have been appointed as lead design consultants on the £7 million restoration of Glasgow’s iconic Willow Tea Rooms and the creation of a world-class Charles Rennie Mackintosh visitor centre. The announcement follows an international competition to find an architectur
Andy McLinden ISG has secured three lucrative contracts in Glasgow city centre with a combined value of more than £11 million.
Plans have been unveiled for a £30 million Radisson hotel on the banks of the River Clyde in Glasgow. Forrest Hotels will shortly be submitting a detailed planning application to Glasgow City Council for a 176-bed 4 star hotel with 78 parking spaces, bar, restaurant, Sky Bar, gallery, gym and more
Prof George Cairns (left) and Prof Tom Inns (right) looks at some of the special drawings donated to the GSA. Photo: Alan McAteer A set of architectural drawings of the Mackintosh Building have been donated to the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and will inform its ongoing restoration work.
Developer’s £15m damages claim against council over Commonwealth Games site dismissed as ‘irrelevant’
The proposed hotel was designed by Reiach & Hall Architects A property development company which sued Scotland’s largest local authority for £15 million following a dispute over a contract to develop a site has had its claim dismissed as “irrelevant”.
Plans have been submitted to transform Glasgow’s historic Scotway House into a new complex for students. Developer Glasgow Harbour has lodged an application which will see the B listed building in Castlebank Street converted into a bar and restaurant, acting as a ‘gateway’ feature to the wider
A planned £15 million upgrade of Glasgow's George Square has been put on hold, according to reports. In 2012, Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson launched a design competition to give the historic heart of the city a new look.
The Institute of Neurological Sciences in Glasgow is to undergo a £40 million modernisation to return the building into a leading edge facility for 21st century medicine and research. The hospital building, which opened in 1971, will be transformed to include a £5m University of Glasgow and NHS Gr
Gordon Matheson Funding has been approved for over £900 million of infrastructure projects to be carried out under the Glasgow and the Clyde Valley City Deal package to boost the west of Scotland economy.
An empty building in Glasgow city centre is to be transformed into offices after it was sold by the city council for £4.2 million. The seven storey category B listed red sandstone building on Ingram Street has been bought by Serge Holdings which plans to turn it into modern offices with commercial
Glasgow City Council has committed itself to building 25,000 new homes in the city over the next decade. To be delivered in partnership with the public and private sectors, the announcement forms part of the council’s People Make Glasgow Home housing strategy.
Glasgow’s skyline will change forever when the Red Road multi-storey flats are brought down later this year. Owner GHA said the six remaining blocks will be demolished in a one-off controlled explosive demolition within months but has yet to reveal the date.
9 George Square Plans have been unveiled for a Grade A refurbishment of one of Glasgow’s most iconic and centrally located buildings.
A social enterprise scheme in Glasgow is giving current and former offenders the chance to help build 40 affordable homes as part of their rehabilitation. The project, a partnership between Triodos Bank and Glasgow Together Community Interest Company, will see homes built on two initial plots in Bai
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.