Neil Rothnie Architects

Cater Group removes hot food outlet from Tollcross proposal

Revised plans have been submitted to deliver flats and commercial units in the East End of Glasgow.

Published 23 September 2021

Cater Group fleshes out plans for Aberdeen's Maryfield House

Cater Group's planning application for the former Maryfield House in Aberdeen has now been validated, revealing residential plans for the former care home.

Published 17 June 2021

Denied Aberdeen flats plan appealed to Scottish Government

Plans to build 17 new flats which were refused by Aberdeen City Council have now been appealed to the Scottish Government.

Published 1 February 2021

Plans for flats at Aberdeen printworks rejected

Aberdeen City Council has rejected plans to build 17 flats on the site of a former printworks in the city.

Published 14 December 2020

Removal of Neil Rothnie from architects register upheld at Court of Session

An Aberdeen architect who was struck off by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) has failed to overturn the decision.

Published 5 September 2019

Cater Group and McGill Homes lodge plans for 38 new flats in Dundee city centre

McGill Homes’ plan to convert a Grade B listed building on Dundee’s waterfront into residential properties has moved forward with the submission of a formal application.

Published 15 July 2019

Permission granted for flats in former Aberdeen bank

Planning permission has been granted to transform a disused building in Aberdeen city centre into residential flats.

Published 24 June 2019

Flats plan submitted for former Aberdeen workshop

Developers have lodged plans to demolish a former printer’s workshop in the centre of Aberdeen and replace it with a block of flats.

Published 8 January 2019

Aberdeen architect to appeal after being removed from Register

An Aberdeen architect who was struck off by the Architects Registration Board (ARB) is to appeal the decision.

Published 21 November 2018

Flats plan submitted for Aberdeen church hall

Plans have been lodged with Aberdeen City Council to demolish a church hall to make way for 20 new apartments.

Published 25 April 2016