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Architecture practice Page\Park has changed its leadership team, bringing a second generation of leaders since its transition to employee ownership more than ten years ago. Eilidh Henderson, Jamie Hamilton and John Brown are joining the existing board of directors Andrew Bateman (MD), Ana Cristobal,

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New Gorbals Housing Association has started a process of public consultation on its redevelopment proposals for the site of soon-to-be-demolished multi-storey flats. Housing blocks at 341 and 305 Caledonia Road will be demolished next year, with the Association’s planning to develop socia

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Two exceptional new buildings for Scottish universities and a brace of beautiful rural homes make up the shortlist for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. Showcasing the exceptional talent of architects working in Scotland today, the award is the climax of the Royal Incorpor

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The final building in the Crown Street Regeneration Project was officially opened by Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland and MSP for Glasgow Southside, on Friday 12th August. Developed by New Gorbals Housing Association, North Gate is located at the junction of Laurieston Road and Crown

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Three new members of staff have been added to the Glasgow studio of Page\Park Architects. Page\Park said Craig McCracken, Helena Hebecker and Tyrese Tackie have all joined the practice, bringing "energy, enthusiasm, and a variety of new skills".

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Tollcross Housing Association has been granted planning permission to deliver 43 new homes near Tollcross Road. The vacant brownfield site, in Altyre Street, south of Trainard Avenue, was most recently used as an overflow car park for the 2014 Commonwealth Games after three-storey residential f

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The ruins of Rosslyn Castle in Midlothian are set to undergo a major programme or repair and renovation. Built by the St Clair family, the oldest parts of Rosslyn Castle date back to the early 14th century, with the fortress bearing witness to several turbulent periods in Scottish history.

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Page\Park has extended its congratulations to Natalia Burakowska who became a Full Member of the Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC), one of the UK’s leading conservation bodies, earlier this month. A message of the practice's website reads: "Natalia’s success, following t

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