Aitken Turnbull Architects

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has submitted plans for 16 homes across two sites in Burnfoot, Hawick. Following on from a well-attended consultation event at the Burnfoot Hub in October, SBHA has now officially submitted its plans, prepared by Galashiels-based architects Aitken Turnbull

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Work to deliver new apartments for Eildon Housing Association at the historic site of the former High School in Kelso has been gathering pace thanks to local contractor M&J Ballantyne. Newly named Poynder Apartments following discussion with Kelso Community Council, the development will offer a

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Eildon Housing Association’s development Elm Court in Hawick has undergone a complete transformation since works formally began in July 2020. Bell Contracts was appointed to undertake extensive works following a competitive procurement exercise through Public Contracts Scotland. This project i

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A director at Borders architectural practice Aitken Turnbull is stepping down after 21 years to continue the development of an innovative technology created to improve the quality of life for people living with dementia. David Burgher is leaving the Galashiels-based firm to focus

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Unconsidered design without dementia - a standard healthcare setting design from the point of view of someone without dementia. Notice the signage appears at eye level which is often difficult to see for someone who has poor neck muscles and doesn’t understand they need to look up. The bedside lig

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