Page\Park Architects

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An urban social housing scheme designed to suit the needs of older residents has been presented with an award for the UK’s best new architecture. Announced yesterday by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), the 26 winners of the 2024 RIBA National Awards for architecture inclu

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The winners of the special category awards of the 2024 Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Awards have been announced with a Glasgow social housing development singled out for recognition. James Brimble of architecture practice Page\Park was one of five special category awards

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New Gorbals Housing Association’s milestone North Gate development is one of 17 projects to have been shortlisted for the 2024 RIAS Awards by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). Winners of the prestigious prize, announced on 4 June, will become the ‘l

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New Gorbals Housing Association has started a process of public consultation on its redevelopment proposals for the site of soon-to-be-demolished multi-storey flats. Housing blocks at 341 and 305 Caledonia Road will be demolished next year, with the Association’s planning to develop socia

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The adaptation of a remote ruin in Ayrshire and a spectacular “21st century broch” in Argyllshire have been included in the shortlist for the RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award. Showcasing the exceptional talent of architects working in Scotland today, the award is&n

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Tollcross Housing Association has been granted planning permission to deliver 43 new homes near Tollcross Road. The vacant brownfield site, in Altyre Street, south of Trainard Avenue, was most recently used as an overflow car park for the 2014 Commonwealth Games after three-storey residential f

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New Gorbals Housing Association has teamed up with Page\Park Architects to submit designs to create a pedestrian link between two Glasgow communities by opening up a railway arch. The route is proposed between Laurieston Road and Cleland Lane and would be part of a phased project aimed at impro

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Plans to bring an £8 million development to the Finnieston area of Glasgow have been delayed as developers refresh proposals following feedback from the local community and the city’s planning officers.

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