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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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The High School of Dundee has launched its campaign to create a centre of excellence for performing and visual arts. A gala dinner at the Palace of Westminster gave those in attendance the chance to learn more about the school's plans to transform Dundee's prominent former Head Post Office, acquired

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Page\Park Architects have lodged plans to build a new health centre in north Glasgow. Woodside Health Centre would replace an existing 1970s facility and draw together a range of primary and community care services currently scattered throughout the city.

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Gardiner & Theobold (G&T) has won the quantity surveyor contract on the restoration of the Glasgow School of Art’s (GSA) Mackintosh building, following the fire in May 2014. The consultancy has already been appointed project manager on the restoration and beat several major players to the

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The Glasgow School of Art has chosen Page\Park Architects to lead the restoration of the fire-damaged Mackintosh building. The firm saw off competition from Avanti Architects, John McAslan and Partners, LDN Architects LLP and Purcell, who were all shortlisted in January, to restore the art nouveau b

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The main contractor has been revealed for the new Lyell Centre for Earth and Marine Science and Technology, which will be the Scottish headquarters for the British Geological Survey (BGS) as well as a major joint BGS/Heriot-Watt University research centre for geological, petroleum and marine scienc

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