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
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.
Scotland’s national provider of artist studios Wasps has appointed two new trustees to its board of directors. Architect Nicola Walls and chartered surveyor Alasdair Tweedie were appointed to the charitable institution’s board at its most recent meeting of trustees.
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
New Gorbals Housing Association has teamed up with Page\Park Architects to submit designs to create a pedestrian link between two Glasgow communities by opening up a railway arch. The route is proposed between Laurieston Road and Cleland Lane and would be part of a phased project aimed at impro
Plans to bring an £8 million development to the Finnieston area of Glasgow have been delayed as developers refresh proposals following feedback from the local community and the city’s planning officers.
The Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) held its annual Design Awards last week with Page\Park's Edinburgh Printmakers taking home the top prize. Awarding the project with the 'Building of the Year' accolade, judges said the regeneration of the existing Castle Mills Works b