Iceni Projects

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Glasgow City Council has approved plans for the development of 31 flats in Cathcart. Last year the local authority agreed that the site at the junction of Newlands Road and Tankerland Road can be used as a residential development.

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A proposed development of 350 new homes on the outskirts of Ayr could be supported by a new underpass under the A77. Property consultancy firm Iceni Projects has submitted a planning application in principle to South Ayrshire Council on behalf of James Craig Ltd for the proposal.

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New images of the proposed mixed-use transformation of the St Enoch Centre have been unveiled as the planning application outlining the masterplan was validated by Glasgow City Council.

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Revised proposals to build four three-bedroom luxury homes overlooking the Old Course in St Andrews have been submitted to Fife Council. Under the plans submitted by agents Iceni Projects, an existing 1960s property at the Fairways in The Links, near the historic Swilcan Bridge, would be demolished

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A second bid has been submitted to demolish a former Glasgow convent to make way for a new block of apartments. Surplus Property Solutions wants to replace the empty villa at 32 Mansionhouse Road, Langside with a five-storey development of 16 apartments, roof terrace amenity space and landscapi

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Mactaggart & Mickel Group director Andrew Mickel has embarked on a gruelling 453-mile cycle ride from London to Glasgow to raise money for environmental charity Let’s Go Zero. Andrew is among 11 cyclists who are turning the spotlight on COP26, which is taking place in Glasgow, demonstratin

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Glasgow-based property consultancy firm Iceni Projects Ltd has submitted plans to build 350 new homes in Ayr. The proposed development includes shops, food and drink outlets and office near the Holmston Old Toll, on the eastern side of Holmston Roundabout.

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More than 1700 homes could be created in the St. Enoch Centre as part of a transformational overhaul for the Glasgow shopping mall. A newly revealed masterplan unveils Sovereign Centros' proposals for a new shopping and leisure space, transforming the former Debenhams building into offices

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Iceni Projects Limited has submitted plans worth £20 million on behalf of Consensus Capital Group Ltd to build a 'car-free' residential development in a conservation area of Glasgow city centre. The site proposed is for the B-listed building at 520 Sauchiehall Street which extends to Renfrew S

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