Michael Laird Architects have unveiled plans for a residential-led mixed use redevelopment of land owned by Royal Bank of Scotland in Edinburgh. The practice has prepared a planning in principle application for the redevelopment of land at Dundas Street/Fettes Row.
The Riverside Campus at City of Glasgow College (RIBA/Keith Hunter) The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed that three Scottish projects are in the running to be named the UK's best new building of the year.
The development of a multi-million-pound office and retail project in Edinburgh’s Exchange District has moved a step closer with the appointment of the main contractor McLaughlin & Harvey. The £12 million construction phase of 2 Semple Street in the Capital’s Exchange district will start on
City of Glasgow College scooped seven awards for its Riverside campus at the Scottish Design Awards this week. Michael Laird Architects and Reiach and Hall Architect lifted the award for Best Public Building and Architectural Grand Prix on Wednesday for after their joint venture conceived and design
The principal of City of Glasgow College has spoken of his delight after the Riverside Campus scooped the top prize for Design through Innovation at this year’s RICS Awards in Scotland. The Awards showcase the most inspirational initiatives and developments in land, property, construction and envi
Work has started on a £24 million development in Edinburgh’s vibrant Exchange district which will provide 35,000 sq ft of office space and 11,000 sq ft of ground floor retail units. GSS Developments Ltd (GSS) believe 2 Semple Street, a speculative project which has strong financial backing from B
Plans to build over 800 new homes on the site of the former West Lothian hospital are to continue after councillors failed to reach a decision on the application. The proposal for a residential and mixed use development at the former Bangour Village Hospital site in Dechmont was discussed at a meeti
First minister Nicola Sturgeon listening to Paul Little, principal and chief executive of City of Glasgow College during the offical opening The best new buildings in Scotland have been revealed in the annual Scottish Property Awards with City of Glasgow College shortlisted in three of the eight cat
BAM Construction has been appointed by INEOS as preferred bidder for its new Grangemouth headquarters. The project is part of INEOS’ ongoing development of its1,700 acre site on Inchyra Road. The £17 million building, designed by Michael Laird Partnership, will have four storeys comprising 6,863m
Planning officials have given the green light for a student accommodation development with 221 rooms in Aberdeen. Crucible Alba will develop the Michael Laird Architects-designed facility on the site of McConechy’s Garage on Willowbank Road.
Gillian Stewart (right) joins Sophie Rowland and Stuart Watters in the Glasgow office Michael Laird Architects (MLA) has announced the opening of a new office in Glasgow to support its growing portfolio of projects in the West of Scotland.
Chemicals giant Ineos has revealed plans to build a £20 million headquarters at its Grangemouth site. Explosive demolition work at the plant last week helped clear the way for the state-of-the-art four storey facility, which has been designed by Michael Laird Architects.