Alumno Group has been granted planning permission for the construction of purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) in the Jock’s Lodge area of Edinburgh following an appeal to the Scottish Government.
Plans to regenerate derelict gap sites on Glasgow’s main shopping streets have been detailed in a new plan for the so-called 'Golden Z' area of the city. The Vision and Delivery Plan for the Golden Z in Glasgow city centre - Argyle, Buchanan and Sauchiehall Streets - was approved at a Glasgow
Glasgow City Council has appointed a city-based consultant team comprising Stantec, Threesixty Architecture and Kevin Murray Associates to engage stakeholders in the production of a new Vision and Plan for the area in and around Buchanan Street, Sauchiehall Street and Argyle Street. The preparation
BAM has announced three new lettings at its Grade A office Capital Square in Edinburgh, taking the development to almost 90% occupancy. Following its acquisition of civil engineering firm Peter Brett Associates, Stantec is relocating staff based across two Edinburgh offices (in Eastfield House and R
Bellway Homes has launched a consultation concerning plans to build new homes on the outskirts of Penicuik, Midlothian. Pre-application discussions for The Brae at Auchendinny include provision for a possible primary school on 28ha of fallow land bounded by established woodland.
Andy Sloan and John Ord discuss solutions for providing more energy storage in the UK to stabilise the grid while looking at the new Coire Glas project in the Highlands - the first pumped-storage scheme installed in the UK for decades which could double the UK’s energy storage capaci
Scottish Water has extended its contract with m2, a joint venture (JV) between Stantec UK and Mott MacDonald, for the provision of technical consultancy support services. The m2 JV will continue to strengthen its collaboration and provide support to the development and delivery of Scottish Water&rsq
Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) has received planning permission to build 89 new homes on a former lorry depot site at Locharbriggs. Designed by Collective Architecture, the development forms part of the Association's plan to deliver 800 affordable homes across the region
Plans lodged by Barratt Homes West Scotland and CALA Homes (West) to build a high-quality residential development in Stepps, North Lanarkshire, would support more than 140 new jobs and generate an additional £34 million of gross value added (GVA) if approved, according to new research.