Hillington Park New research which assesses the potential for a more flexible and widely applicable land use zoning mechanism than currently provided by Simplified Planning Zones (SPZs) has been published by the Scottish Government.
Dundee Science Centre celebrated the culmination of a £2 million fundraising campaign when work officially got underway on its major redevelopment yesterday. Contractors are now on site to embark on the major, seven month transformation which will see construction, within the footprint of the build
East Lothian Council has granted Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) for a major housing proposal that will see 450 new homes built in Longniddry. Ryden submitted the planning application on behalf of developer Socially Conscious Capital and landowner Wemyss & March Estate.
Partner Doug Gardner and acquisition surveyor Paul Richardson from Ryden Work to demolish an Aberdeen office that has lain vacant for almost two years is underway after development and investment firm West Coast Estates secured planning permission to transform it into a drive-thru Costa Coffee.
A groundbreaking research project by planning consultancy Ryden has come out on top at this year’s RTPI Awards for Research Excellence. Ryden picked up the inaugural Planning Consultancy accolade at a ceremony in Cardiff yesterday with the Planning for Infrastructure Research Project, produced for
Planning research projects from across the UK and internationally have been shortlisted for this year’s RTPI Awards for Research Excellence. Ryden has been recognised in the prestigious Planning Consultancy category for its ground-breaking Planning for Infrastructure research project.
Glasgow City Council has appointed a multidisciplinary team led by MVRDV and Austin-Smith:Lord to embark on the design of District Regeneration Frameworks for four city centre districts. The project will look to create a clear urban structure to realise Glasgow’s economic, cultural and social pote
Clyde Gateway chairman Lord Smith of Kelvin (right) at the Dalmoarnock site Regeneration firm Clyde Gateway paid around £1.5 million more for a piece of derelict land in Glasgow after it altered an independent valuers’ report of the site, according to reports.