Mast Architects

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MAST Architects has unveiled Paul Lessing as its latest recruit. Mr Lessing, who joins in a senior architect role, brings a wealth of experience from work in practice in Glasgow and beyond.

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Six Glasgow architecture practices have tabled innovative proposals to rethink the design of terraced housing. Bigg Regeneration, the joint venture between Scottish Canals and Places for People Capital, and Igloo Regeneration have revealed the resulting plans for a low-carbon, customisable, timber-p

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A new chapter has started for Coatbridge’s historic Carnegie Library after a £2.5 million transformation into 12 social housing flats. The project to bring the former derelict building back into use again was driven by Clyde Valley Housing Association and was officially unveiled by The P

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Glasgow City Council has approved plans to build 186 affordable homes on the former site of a bus depot in Govanhill. Designed by Mast Architects on behalf of Link Group and Park Lane Larkfield SPV, the project will see 24 one-bedroom flats, 128 two-bedroom flats, 30 three-bedroom houses and four tw

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A landmark building in Bearsden has been praised as part of a prestigious UK-wide awards scheme, following a major rejuvenation and extension project. Kilmardinny House was shortlisted for Civic Building of the Year by SPACES (Society for Public Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Surveying)

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The first phase of Cassiltoun Housing Association’s ambitious development plans will achieve a site start this month. The Association will complete 42 new homes on three sites known as ‘Barlia 3’. The development will consist of a mixture of general needs, wheelchair adaptable and amenity elde

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Plans to build 186 affordable homes on the former site of a bus depot in Govanhill have been formally submitted to Glasgow City Council. Designed by Mast Architects on behalf of Link Group and Park Lane Larkfield SPV, the project will see 152 flats and 34 houses developed on the former Larkfield bus

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Swan Group has applied for planning consent for a 105-home development at Law Place, East Kilbride on behalf of Link Group Ltd. The company, which specialises in the development and delivery of affordable housing, acquired the site with the benefit of planning consent for a smaller scheme, however t

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