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Andrew Bateman and Karen Pickering Architecture firm Page\Park has reached another milestone towards its evolution into an employee-owned practice with a restructure of its management team.

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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.

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Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) has confirmed the details for its Summer 2016 event. The second YPiC event of the calendar year sees the networking forum return to Glasgow. The event will be hosted at 29 Club in Royal Exchange Square on June 22 and will see around 100 construction industr

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Plans have been approved to create a centre of excellence for performing and visual arts on the site of Dundee’s former Head Post Office. Dundee City Council has given its support for the £16 million development which will serve as a home for the High School of Dundee’s art, music, drama and ho

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The urban regeneration of Laurieston, Glasgow, has been named Best Regeneration Project at the 2015 National Brick Awards. The awards are in their 39th year and celebrate excellence in design and construction using brick. They are the most well established and most widely respected of their kind in

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Plans to create a centre of excellence for performing and visual arts on the site of Dundee’s former Head Post Office have now been submitted to the local authority. Serving as a home for the High School of Dundee’s art, music, drama and home economics departments, the development will incorpora

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Stirling Council has granted planning consent for a new Academic Centre at Stirling University. Designed by Page/Park Architects, the new building is a joint venture from the INTO University of Stirling Partnership. The INTO students will come from abroad and experience a year of learning language i

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The last standing reminder of Edinburgh’s rubber mill is to be transformed into a printmaking facility after a grant of £4.5 million was secured from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). Renowned for being the birthplace of the Wellington boot, the modern motor car tyre, and the first ever traffic co

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Scottish Borders Council has unanimously approved £6 million plans to build permanent home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland at Tweedbank. Designed by Page\Park Architects, the two-storey development will be located close to the train station in the village of Tweedbank where the new Borders railw

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Prof George Cairns (left) and Prof Tom Inns (right) looks at some of the special drawings donated to the GSA. Photo: Alan McAteer A set of architectural drawings of the Mackintosh Building have been donated to the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) and will inform its ongoing restoration work.

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Plans have been submitted to Scottish Borders Council for a new gallery to house the Great Tapestry of Scotland. Page\Park Architects have drawn up plans for a two-storey building close to the train station in the village of Tweedbank where the new Borders railway is scheduled to terminate when it o

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Plans have been submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council for the new £10 million creative hub in Fountainbridge for Edinburgh Printmakers. Due to open in 2018, the abandoned structure – formerly home to the North British Rubber Company – will house a printmaking studio, two fully accessible g

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