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  • National Museums Scotland seeks Chambers Street masterplanner

    May 10, 2012 on Architects Journal

    Requests to participate to be received by 4 June] National Museums Scotland is looking to appoint a design team to support its phase three masterplan in Chambers Street, Edinburgh... more

  • Labour cast doubt on Aberdeen City Garden plan

    May 10, 2012 on Urban Realm

    Plans to redevelop Aberdeen’s Union Terrace Gardens could be scuppered after the incoming Labour administration, who campaigned against the plan, indicated they were to press ahead with a free vote on the £140m scheme... more

  • Dunoon Burgh Hall conversion, Scotland

    May 10, 2012 on Architects Journal

    PQQs must be returned by 14 May] The Dunoon Burgh Hall Trust is looking to appoint a design team to progress the 1874 Grade B-listed hall’s conversion to an arts venue... more

  • People of Yorkshire, are you bothered about being bottom?

    May 10, 2012 on RIBA news

    On Thursday 10 and Friday 11 May, an expert team from the RIBA will hit the streets of Leeds to ask local people whether they are 'bothered about being bottom'... more

  • Collective complete first English work

    May 10, 2012 on Urban Realm

    Collective Architecture have taken their first steps into the social housing market in  northern England with completion of new build homes at Bowflatts, Great Clifton and a flatted development at Ehen Court, Egremont... more

  • Edinburgh Academical submit stadium plans

    May 10, 2012 on Urban Realm

    Michael Laird Architects have submitted revised plans for the redevelopment of Edinburgh Academical Football Club, proposing a 2,500 seater stadium with the option for an additional standing room only area with a capacity of 2,500... more

  • Edinburgh Academical submit downsized stadium plans

    May 10, 2012 on Urban Realm

    Michael Laird Architects have submitted revised plans for the redevelopment of Edinburgh Academical Football Club, proposing a 2,500 seater stadium in place of the originally mooted 5,000 capacity build... more

  • Prestigious new Dundee museum set for £9.2m of lottery funding

    May 10, 2012 on Stv.tv

    The V&A at Dundee will celebrate the best in Scottish ... Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma... more