University Of Stirling

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The full business case for a £52 million international environment centre has been given approval by the Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Regional Deal joint committee. The landmark project was presented to committee members on Tuesday, where it received unanimous support from

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Experts at the University of Stirling are leading a major new research project to create future-proof housing to meet the needs of the world’s ageing population. The project will benefit from the support of international partners including the dementia care foundation established by the Queen

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Morrison Construction has begun building the £13.5 million redevelopment of the University Sports Facilities for the University of Stirling after completing demolition works. Part of a £45m programme of investment in the University campus, the works off University Road West over a 4,500s

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Work has completed at the site of a new £1.1million transport hub at the University of Stirling. The civil engineering work was carried out by Robertson – which has its headquarters nearby – and consisted of the formation of the new transport hub together with associated roads, foo

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A £20 million transformation of the University of Stirling’s sports facilities has been approved by councillors. The redevelopment will see Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence create an “iconic” new sports complex that will be integrated with existing world-class facilities.

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The University of Stirling has unveiled plans for one of the biggest infrastructure investments since its foundation. Designed with input from the Students’ Union, staff and local stakeholders, the £21 million Campus Central project will see the refurbishment of the existing Atrium, creation of a

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Architects, contractors and building commissioners must consider the design of new buildings if Scotland is to fully support those with dementia, writes Lesley Palmer. People living with dementia often struggle to understand and navigate their built environment due to the sensory, mobility or cognit

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The University of Stirling is to develop a new app to help improve workplaces, public buildings and homes for people living with dementia. Working in collaboration with construction experts Space Group, the university’s Dementia Services Development Centre (DSDC) is creating the first app of its k

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