Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and national urban regenerator Muse Developments intend to submit a planning application to South Lanarkshire Council to provide a residential development on the land at the former Larkhall Academy, at Broomhill Road in Larkhall.
An incident on the site of Aberdeen’s multi-million-pound Marischal Square development saw work halted on Friday after a worker was injured.
A topping out ceremony was held yesterday for the £107 million Marischal Square development in the east end of Aberdeen city centre. The project, to which businesses including Marriot International, All Bar One, Mackie’s and Prezzo have already signed up, is on schedule for completion in July 201
Developers behind the Marischal Square regeneration project in Aberdeen defended their decision to use granite from China rather than locally sourced stone. It has emerged the £107 million city centre project will use 180 tons of rock from the Far East despite the stone being synonymous with the Gr
New imagery of Aberdeen’s £107 million Marischal Square transformation has unveiled the type of building materials which will be used for the project. A special showcase event in the city by developer and urban regeneration specialist Muse Developments revealed that two-thirds of the mixed-use pr
Aberdeen City Council has agreed to give Muse Developments more time to decide on which type of building materials will be used for the city’s Marischal Square development. Work on the £107 million mixed-use development began when Morgan Sindall moved on site back in April.
Morgan Sindall has moved on site on the mixed-use Marischal Square development in Aberdeen city centre. Appointed by developer and urban regeneration specialist Muse Developments to construct the £107 million development, Morgan Sindall will deliver the two-year construction programme, creating 300
Councillors have narrowly rejected proposals to halt Aberdeen’s controversial Marischal Square project, paving the way for the £107m development to go ahead.
A new image shows the project's impact of historic Provost Skene House Aberdeen's Lord Provost George Adam has blocked a motion to discuss the city’s Marischal Square development at a full council meeting next month.
John Morgan Morgan Sindall has completed a “disappointing” year with profits being hit by a small number of construction contracts despite a rise in annual sales to more than £2.2 billion.
A protest group against the planned Marischal Square development in Aberdeen have released images of their preferred options for the site.
Marischal Square A deal has been reached between Aberdeen City Council and the Marriott International hotel group to deliver a "signature" hotel as part of the Marischal Square development.
Marischal Square Plans have been approved for the redevelopment of the site of the former Aberdeen City Council headquarters.
Marischal Square Plans for the redevelopment of the site of the former Aberdeen City Council headquarters have won the backing of council officials.