Works leading to the restoration of a jewel in the crown of Scotland’s architectural heritage will commence immediately with the formal commencement of a lease agreement between the City of Edinburgh Council and the Royal High School Preservation Trust (RHSPT).
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The former Royal High School building in Edinburgh is to be transformed into a £55 million national centre for music after the City of Edinburgh Council agreed to the lease of the historic property.
Updated plans have been unveiled to transform the former Royal High School into a national centre for music.
Network Rail has submitted plans to redevelop a former car park to provide new operational and passenger facilities at Glasgow's Queen Street Station. Located in the area off North Hanover Street, the new concourse will house passenger facilities — including retail and food/drin
A public consultation has opened into plans for a mixed-use residential redevelopment of an outdated office block at 1 Rennie's Isle in Leith.
Plans for a £40 million whisky distillery near Jedburgh are back on the table after a previously-approved application expired in January.
The refurbishment of Mackintosh at the Willow, delivered by Clark Contracts, is in the running for a prestigious UK-wide honour.
Duddingston House Properties' revised hotel plans for the historic site A six-week public inquiry which will determine the future of Edinburgh’s Royal High School is to begin today.
The Willow Tea Rooms Trust has appointed Clark Contracts to deliver the final construction and fit out phase of the famous original Tea Rooms Building created by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1903. In addition to reinstating the Tea Rooms, the refurbishment at Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street will crea
© Simpson & Brown Architects Plans to transform the Scottish Seabird Centre's existing premises into a new national marine centre have been rejected by East Lothian Council on the grounds that the project would have a detrimental impact on the local area.
© Simpson & Brown Architects Amended plans have been submitted for the proposed national marine centre in North Berwick.
The first columbarium of its kind in Scotland will be created in a Fife village. The vault for funeral urns will be part of a woodland eco-cemetery to be constructed in Kinghorn. Only three others exist in the UK.
East Lothian Council has appointed Simpson & Brown Architects as lead consultant to deliver a masterplan for Prestongrange Museum. The £39,312.50 contract, which was awarded following competitive tender, will see the Edinburgh consultants consider range of options for future development of the
The Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) has awarded Richard Murphy Architects’ “beautifully crafted” Dunfermline Carnegie Library & Galleries the title of Building of the Year at its annual awards last night. Announced and presented at a drinks reception in the Edinburgh Centre for C
A planned £40 million whisky distillery near Jedburgh has cleared the final planning hurdle after the Scottish Government gave the project the green light. The project received unanimous support from councillors late last year but needed government clearance due to flooding issues flagged up by the