Student accommodation provider Alumno is to host a consultation event today to outline its proposals for a new development in central Glasgow.
Sandy and James Easdale have heralded the decision to increase the number of houses planned at the £250 million redevelopment of IBM Greenock as transformational for the region. At a planning meeting held by Inverclyde Council yesterday afternoon, councillors voted in favour of lifting the exi
Backers of a proposed £100 million housing-led regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock are considering an appeal to Scottish ministers following a dispute with a council over their planning application for the project.
The developers behind a proposed £100 million regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock have warned that the project “will no longer be economically viable” after councillors approved only 60% of the desired number of homes on the land. Local businessmen Sandy
A planning decision over a proposed £100 million transformation of the former IBM site in Greenock has been postponed by councillors.
Hallam Land Management Ltd has unveiled plans to deliver a new residential development of family homes on land at Dullatur Golf Club in Cumbernauld.
In an exclusive feature for Scottish Housing News, Stephen Tucker, Glasgow-based partner at planning and design consultancy Barton Willmore, outlines his strong opposition to the Scottish Government’s consultation on removing the presumption in favour of sustainable development. Over
Sandy and James Easdale have acquired an extensive waterfront site at Cardross, with the planned development of around 100 homes in the pipeline.
Stephen Tucker: Making idealism practical and achievable: can we reach a net zero carbon Edinburgh by 2030?
While considering whether Edinburgh can meet its pledge to be a zero-carbon city by 2030, Stephen Tucker takes a broader look at how to achieve zero-carbon at scale from a planning and design perspective. It seems like every day the world is being forced to deal with a new crisis. But long term, the
Plans to progress a significant new mixed-use development on the site of the former IBM facility at Spango Valley, Greenock have been submitted to Inverclyde Council.
A £250 million development of the former Tullis Russell paper factory between Glenrothes and Markinch has been given the green light by Fife Council.
Colin Lavety, Barton Willmore's planning director and Paul McGuire, commercial manager at Morris & Spottiswood, have raised over £5,000 for two Scottish charities by undertaking a 22.6-mile swim, covering the length of Loch Lomond. Colin Lavety raised over £2,700 and swam for Accord
Developers AWG Property and Mactaggart & Mickel have submitted a planning application to Falkirk Council for a residential development at Crawfield Road in Bo’ness.
An affordable housing development in Perth has been named the best in Scotland. Muirton Living, which is being delivered by Urban Union, scooped the Affordable Housing Development of the Year award at this year’s Scottish Home Awards – seeing off competition from across the country.
Hundreds of new homes are closer to becoming a reality after work got under way on the latest phase of regeneration in Pennywell. Set to complete in 2021, Pennywell Phase 3 is part of a wider housing regeneration project in the area being delivered through a partnership with the City of Edinbur