Halliday Fraser Munro

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The developers behind consented plans to transform the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) site in Hamilton into an ‘urban village’ have lodged new plans to increase the number of affordable homes in the development.

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A progressive firm of architects has appointed a renowned sustainability specialist as part of its drive to help commercial clients adapt to stringent new environmental standards. Scottish-headquartered Halliday Fraser Munro (HFM) has pledged that all seven of its UK offices and every project it und

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Bridge Street in Banff is being reopened this week having undergone a transformation over the past seven months. The street has been closed while Hunter Construction (Aberdeen) Ltd undertook major street works as part of a public realm improvement project to create a pedestrian-friendly environment

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A planning application has been submitted for an expansion of the Aberdeen village of Peterculter first unveiled almost two years ago. The development boundary (Image by Halliday Fraser Munro)

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Aberdeen City Council's plans to create a new food and drink destination venue at a revamped Aberdeen Market have now been submitted for planning.

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Council planners in Aberdeen have recommended that proposals for a block of flats to provide support for a charity are refused by the city’s planning committee.

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Architecture and planning practice Halliday Fraser Munro has expanded its team with the appointment of David Shaw as projects director.  Mr Shaw, who has 16 years’ experience in the profession, joins Halliday Fraser Munro’s growing Glasgow office from Sheppard Robson

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A long-running planning saga regarding the redevelopment of a key development site on Leith Walk looks set for a successful conclusion for Drum Property Group. The company’s latest proposals for Stead’s Place, near the foot of Leith Walk, were today approved by the City of Edin

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