Anderson Bell + Christie

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A new intergenerational neighbourhood in Perth designed by Glasgow architecture firm Anderson Bell + Christie for the Gannochy Trust, has won the Large Residential category and a sustainability accolade at the Glasgow Institute of Architects Awards 2020, which took place at a virtual ceremony on Fri

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The City of Edinburgh Council and its contractor CCG (Scotland) Ltd have completed the first new affordable homes in Edinburgh since lockdown. The first new neighbours moving into Harewood Road have been visited by the council's housing, homelessness and fair work convener Kate Campbell and depute c

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Councillors have given GHA the green light to proceed with its plans to develop 70 new homes at the site of a former Glasgow school. Glasgow City Council had agreed to sell the Garscadden Primary School site in Hurlford Avenue to the Association for £196,000 before plans were submitted back in

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Two Glasgow housing associations have teamed up to deliver a new social housing development in one of the west end’s most desirable neighbourhoods. The new development will complement the existing historic buildings in Burnbank Gardens

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More than 20 new could be built on the site of a former nursing home under newly lodged plans from Maryhill Housing Association. The Association wants to build 22 homes on the land at Rothes Drive where Ferguson Anderson House, a nursing home for the elderly, stood until it was demolished in 2018.

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Glasgow-based architectural practice Anderson Bell + Christie has become the latest Scottish business to announce its transition to employee ownership. Following the transfer of 100 per cent of the business’s shares into an Employee Ownership Trust, the 38-strong team at Anderson Bell + Christ

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Shettleston Housing Association (SHA) has submitted a planning application for 40 new homes on the former site of St Mark's Primary School on Muiryfauld Drive. The development would involve a mix of cottage flats, semi-detached homes, townhouses and flats designed by architects Anderson Bell Christi

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(from left) Kenny Downs from Urban Union, Glasgow City Council’s Patrick Flynn, Councillor Mhairi Hunter, Fraser Stewart from New Gorbals Housing Association and Neil McKay, Urban Union MD A ceremonial sod cutting has taken place at the Laurieston Living regeneration site in the Gorbals area of Gl

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