John Gilbert Architects

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Shettleston Housing Association’s Cunningham House development was named Best Affordable Housing Development (urban) in the UK-wide Inside Housing Awards. This small, ambitious project saw off strong competition from six quality affordable housing projects across the country to lift the award

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Shettleston Housing Association’s church conversion and Passivhaus development has been shortlisted in two categories in the national Inside Housing Awards. Old Carntyne Church, in the east end of Glasgow, was transformed from a semi-derelict building into one of Scotland’s most energy-e

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John Gilbert has announced his intention to retire from the architecture practice he founded and led for 27 years Mr Gilbert established John Gilbert Architects in 1992 after the publication of the Tenement Handbook. He built the practice up to be renowned for robust sustainable design, thoughtful c

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Leading architects, designers and builders are to partner with researchers at The Glasgow School of Art (GSA) to develop a specific Scottish approach to Passivhaus. The Mackintosh Environmental Architecture Research Unit (MEARU) at GSA, together with John Gilbert Architects, Stewart & Shields an

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After a public competition, Ayrshire Housing has selected six well known architects to its new framework. The architects will support its ambitions for growth over the next four years.

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Twenty-two new homes are now in the pipeline for Balmaha due to an innovative approach to tackling the issue of the lack of affordable rural housing. Planning permission has been granted to Rural Stirling Housing Association to build 20 affordable and social rented homes on land allocated for housin

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A new service will be launched tomorrow which aims to provide affordable, Passivhaus-standard social housing in Scotland. John Gilbert Architects and contractors Stewart & Shields have developed Passivhoos – homes designed specifically for Scottish social housing providers that meet internatio

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A development of 22 flats and houses on the main road into Ayr’s town centre has been officially opened after being delivered by Ayrshire Housing. Opened by pupils from the neighbouring Newton Primary School, the homes on King Street are grouped around a courtyard called Cross Gait.

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