The project to deliver the UK’s first fully-inclusive residential sports training facility took a giant leap forward today as North Ayrshire Council granted planning permission for the £12 million centre. The sportscotland National Centre Inverclyde has long been integral to the Scottish sporting
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The Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) has announced City of Glasgow College’s new state-of-the-art £66 million Riverside Campus, opened just weeks ago by first minister Nicola Sturgeon, as winner of a major design award. The development – part of a £228m twin-site supercampus that also inc
Developer’s £15m damages claim against council over Commonwealth Games site dismissed as ‘irrelevant’
The proposed hotel was designed by Reiach & Hall Architects A property development company which sued Scotland’s largest local authority for £15 million following a dispute over a contract to develop a site has had its claim dismissed as “irrelevant”.
Kilmartin Museum in Argyll has taken a step closer to a multi-million pound refurbishment. Located at the heart of Kilmartin Glen in Argyll - a landscape that boasts 800 known prehistoric and historic monuments - Kilmartin Museum currently cares for some of Britain’s oldest Bronze Age and Neolithi
Maggie's Lanarkshire The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) has revealed the six buildings competing for this year's Stirling Prize.
Appleton Tower, part of the University of Edinburgh’s central estate, is to undergo a major upgrade to improve the appearance and environmental performance of the building. The refurbishment works will see CCG (Scotland) Ltd undertake over-cladding of the tower to improve the buildings’ environm
Laverock Braes will be the first neighbourhood created within the new community of Grandhome, on the north-west edge of Aberdeen A planning application has been lodged for the infrastructure that will support the creation of the first neighbourhood within the new community of Grandhome on the north-
Highland Council has now given the go-ahead to plans by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) for a nuclear archive at Wick in Scotland. Planning permission for the Reiach and Hall Architects-designed facility was granted this week by the North Planning Committee meeting at Dingwall, following
Reiach and Hall Architects have unveiled designs for the proposed £20 million nuclear archive in Wick as the development is recommended for approval by councillors. The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) building will house records from all the civil nuclear sites in the UK and will also store
A street in the proposed Laverock Braes The company behind plans for a new community in Aberdeen has revealed the housebuilders which will deliver the first phase of the project.
The sod was cut on Scotland’s new national blood centre today as deputy first minister Nicola Sturgeon marked the start of construction on the new facility.
Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen was under the spotlight last week, as part of the world’s biggest architecture festival.
The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority is looking for a contractor to start work on the £17m national nuclear archive at Wick, Caithness. The building, work on which will start next summer, will provide long-term storage for a huge volume of records and other archive material from civil nuclear site
The new, completed Maggie's Centre at NHS Lanarkshire has been unveiled by Reiach & Hall Architects. The centre is located within the grounds of Monklands Hospital.