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Holmes Miller has submitted a planning application for the creation of a new educational campus for West Dunbartonshire Council.

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Expresso Property Limited is in the final stages of planning for a new high tech ‘Grade A’ business hub on Glasgow’s waterfront after concluding missives with Scottish Enterprise for the acquisition of 1A Pacific Quay.

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Planning applications have been lodged for three new early years facilities in East Dunbartonshire. Holmes Miller has submitted plans on behalf of the local authority and its delivery partner hub West Scotland for the centres in Milngavie, Kirkintilloch and Bearsden.

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Significant progress has been made in the construction of a new mixed-use building at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston. Robertson is building the new event space for the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland (RHASS), a membership organisation and organisers of the Royal Highland

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Holmes Miller Architects has lodged plans on behalf of Expresso Property for a waterfront office block at Glasgow's Pacific Quay. Offering around 60.000sq/ft of accommodation across four floors, the block will also incorporate a lower ground floor providing 30 car parking spaces and cycle storage.

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The City of Edinburgh Council has given the green light to a new primary school. The new Broomhills Primary School, which is being procured through City of Edinburgh Consultant and Contractor Frameworks, will be located within the new Heritage Grange residential development in the south si

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Work to transform Paisley Town Hall into one of the West of Scotland’s landmark entertainment venues has reached a significant milestone with the submission of a planning application and listed building consent. Holmes Miller has worked closely with Renfrewshire Council and Renfrewshire Leisur

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The City of Edinburgh Council has drawn up plans for two new primary schools which will cater for a total of 1,000 children. Designs have been lodged with planners for a new Victoria Primary School in Leith as well as a new school in the south of the city on Frogston Road East as part of the Broomhi

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The 99th and 100th new schools to be built as part of the Scottish Government’s £1.8 billion Schools for the Future Programme welcomed new pupils this week. Children at Ladyloan and Muirfield primary schools in Arbroath returned for the spring term to modern new buildings equipped for 21

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