Detailed plans have been submitted for a new office block and flats development at Dundee Waterfront. The development at Site 6 would be situated next to Agnes Husband House, home of Social Security Scotland, and across the road from the V&A Dundee.
Initial plans have been submitted for a new office block and flats development at Site 6 of the Dundee Waterfront.
Scotland’s largest net-zero housing development will see 444 new homes built after councillors in Edinburgh agreed a new £71 million contract. Part of the City of Edinburgh Council’s major £1.3 billion regeneration of Granton Waterfront, the Western Villages project will be t
Proposals to create Scotland’s largest ‘net zero’ housing development in Edinburgh have been granted approval by city planners.
A planning application has been submitted for the City of Edinburgh Council's proposed housing development at Granton Waterfront.
A high-tech new heating system which will transform the way homes, businesses and public buildings in Clydebank are heated is now operational.
A housing association which sued contractors, engineers and architects over “serious defects” in the redevelopment of a former hospital has been granted a full hearing in its £3 million damages action.
More than 300 properties are to be built on an old industrial site between the Gorbals and Govanhill.
A former City of Glasgow College building could be transformed into office space and serviced apartments after the city landmark was sold for redevelopment. The B-listed building in North Hanover Street and Cathedral Street, which features a giant People Make Glasgow brand poster, has been acquired
CCG and Cooper Cromar Architects have submitted plans for a new 136-home development in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh on behalf of Places for People. Consisting of one and two bedroom apartments spread across a series of five blocks, the new development will be constructed upon the site of the f
The developers of one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects have submitted a masterplan which aims to attract significant investment into the former Ravenscraig steelworks near Motherwell. Encouraged by North Lanarkshire Council’s announcement of a £190 million roads programme in the area,