Historic Environment Scotland

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The University of Dundee has withdrawn its planning request for the demolition of historic tenement buildings in a bid to address concerns from a heritage body and the local authority. Plans had been submitted to Dundee City Council in March to bulldoze the four-storey block at 16-18 Airlie Place to

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Architect Jane Williamson and Cockburn Association director Terry Levinthal have been appointed to the board of Historic Environment Scotland. Jane Williamson is a group manager of project management and surveying within a multi-disciplinary design team in Glasgow City Council. She is

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Unlisted tenement buildings deemed too expensive to maintain could soon be demolished to make way for temporary soft landscaping under plans submitted by the University of Dundee. The four-storey block at 16-18 Airlie Place, which sits within the city campus conservation area, was previously used as

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Leading women working in Scotland’s construction industry aimed to attract Stirling’s female high school pupils to take up a career in construction last week. 70 female students took part in the skills day hosted at Bannockburn High School. The event was led by prominent women working ac

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With the listing of the former Madras College site in St Andrews for sale, Fife Council has produced a guidance document for developers which recommends that the site be used for housing. The document also recommends that the site should contain a care home and student accommodation.

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