Scottish Borders Council has unanimously backed proposals to build a grain and malt whisky plant, visitor centre and 200-seater restaurant near Jedburgh. The £40 million distillery plans being led by Mossburn Distillers, part of Dutch drinks firm Marussia Beverages BV, would see it build a grain an
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The architects behind the Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick have been appointed to lead work on developing outline proposals for a new National Marine Centre. Simpson & Brown Architects worked on the original Scottish Seabird Centre building which became a very popular landmark when it op
The fate of Edinburgh’s Old Royal High School has moved a step closer to being decided after the City of Edinburgh Council unanimously approved plans to transform the building into a music school. Under the plans submitted by the Royal High School Preservation Trust, the A-listed former school
Plans to transform Edinburgh’s former Royal High School into a new music school and concert venue have been recommended for approval. Formally submitted by the Royal High School Preservation Trust (RHSPT) in December last year, officials said the plans to bring the A-listed building back
Alternative proposals to transform Edinburgh’s former Royal High School into a new music school have been formally submitted by the Royal High School Preservation Trust. Backed by the philanthropic Dunard Fund, the Trust’s vision will provide an alternative to Hoskins Architect
The Royal High School Preservation Trust (RHSPT) has appointed Richard Murphy Architects and Simpson & Brown to develop alternate proposals for the restoration of Edinburgh’s former Royal High School. Backed by the philanthropic Dunard Fund, the Trust has made a formal legal offer of &poun
Simpson & Brown Architects have been appointed as lead design consultants on the £7 million restoration of Glasgow’s iconic Willow Tea Rooms and the creation of a world-class Charles Rennie Mackintosh visitor centre. The announcement follows an international competition to find an architectur
A project to restore and transform Lews Castle in the Outer Hebrides has been thrown a multi-million-pound lifeline. Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) will provide £1.7 million and the local authority Comhairle nan Eilean Siar (CnES) will add £1.5m to complete the project.
Work is continuing to progress on Graham Construction’s restoration project at Lews Castle, Stornoway.