Turley Planning Consultants
The site of a former power station at Inverkip could provide the location for a new ‘urban village’, subject to the outcome of a planning application submitted to Inverclyde Council by ScottishPower.
Published 1 March 2021
A multi-disciplinary design team led by architects Hawkins\Brown and civil and structural engineers Civic Engineers has been appointed to regenerate both banks of the River Clyde at Custom House Quay.
Published 26 February 2021
Edinburgh councillors have approved a proposal for the development of build to rent (BTR) accommodation on Bonnington Road Lane.
Published 25 February 2021
Planners have urged Edinburgh councillors to approve a planning application for the development of build to rent (BTR) accommodation on Bonnington Road Lane.
Published 12 February 2021
Plans have been lodged to replace disused car wash buildings on Edinburgh's London Road with a 76-bed Purpose Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) development.
Published 31 August 2020
Ryder Architecture has developed proposals for a new residential and mixed-use development in the heart of Glasgow city centre.
Published 15 May 2020
Summix Capital has been planning permission by the City of Edinburgh Council for the development of a new office project in the heart of the Old Town.
Published 19 March 2020
Property developer Summix Capital Ltd has lodged plans for the development of new office accommodation at 179 Canongate, Edinburgh.
Published 16 December 2019
Planning and development consultancy Turley has expanded the team at its Edinburgh office with two new additions from WYG.
Published 13 September 2019
An application for planning permission for a student accommodation development has been approved today by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Published 19 June 2019
An application for planning permission for the development of student accommodation in Edinburgh has been lodged by property developer Summix Capital Ltd.
Published 11 March 2019
The former Plantation Quay and Princes’ Dock Basin, on the southern bank of the Clyde, could be transformed into a new residential development of 203 homes if planning permission is granted.
Published 13 February 2018