Harrisonstevens

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Neil Bancroft, associate at HarrisonStevens, on why valuing natural assets can be a good way to protect and save them. Astley Ainslie Community Trust (AACT) will be going out to public consultation with its plans for this historic site in Edinburgh in the new year.

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Mike Harrison of HarrisonStevens outlines the changes happening to repurpose brownfield sites, canal towpaths and overgrown and unloved scrubland as more people are being encouraged to ditch the car and enjoy the benefits of active travel. The canal towpaths and redundant railway lines that pass thr

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Mike Harrison, creative director of HarrisonStevens, details his participation in an innovative collaboration that was undertaken as part of the What if...?/Scotland exhibition, originally designed to be staged at the Venice Biennale, but now on show at the V&A Dundee. What if…?/Scotland

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A community-led design project in Kincardine has been nominated for a Scottish Design Award. Created by Edinburgh-based landscape architects and urban designers HarrisonStevens, the Places for Everyone project has been nominated in the Future Building or Project category in the annual awar

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Landscape architect and urban designer firm HarrisonStevens has made two key promotions at the Edinburgh-based studio. Liz Leech and Neil Bancroft, both former senior landscape architects, have been named as associates following successful project wins and a healthy portfolio of work leading in

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As an organisation with challenge engrained in our business culture, we are used to taking ourselves out of our comfort zones, however, 2020 still packed quite a punch. We are weathering the storm, part in thanks to taking the decision four years ago to embark on a business coaching programme. 

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Planning permission has been secured to develop Scotland's first man-made surf park in Edinburgh. Leisure company Wavegarden Scotland will now transform the disused Craigpark Quarry near Ratho into a ‘world-class’ surfing and family leisure facility, complete with an artificial lake with

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The company behind plans for Scotland’s first artificial wave park has today submitted its formal planning application to the City of Edinburgh Council. Wavegarden Scotland hopes to redevelop Craigpark Quarry near Ratho into a word-class surf and leisure facility offering a variety of water sp

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