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Tollcross Housing Association’s new offices and an Inverness housing development are among the 19 architectural gems included in a shortlist of Scotland’s best new buildings. The projects were unveiled as the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) announced the shortlist fo

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The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has once again launched Architect in the Hoose to help homeowners and raise money for the Architects Benevolent Society (ABS). The scheme involves architects offering free, hour-long consultations to the public, in return for a small donation

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Housing minister Kevin Stewart has today announced £90,000 to support pilot projects to assist people wanting to build their own homes with a new Challenge Fund. Speaking at the closing event of the Festival of Architecture in Edinburgh, Mr Stewart will confirm the new fund will be open for applica

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The Dalkeith Corn Exchange, recently renovated and reopened by Melville Housing Association, has won a prestigious award from the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). In recognition for the work done by Melville and its partners, the Grade A listed building picked up the Historic En

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A major new free website designed to help private flat owners carry out repairs to their shared properties has been launched by housing minister Kevin Stewart MSP at an event in Glasgow today. Written by Annie Flint and John Gilbert, the authors of the acclaimed Tenement Handbook originally publishe

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New Gorbals Housing Association’s newest homes in Laurieston have been named in the top 100 buildings of the century, and shortlisted for the Scotstyle architecture award. The Scotstyle list, which features buildings from 1916 right up to the present day, has been compiled by Royal Incorporation o

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Nicola Barclay Scotland’s key housing and professional bodies have called for politicians to tackle the country’s housing crisis by supporting an increase in the supply of warm, sustainable homes that meet a diverse set of needs and aspirations.

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The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has once again launched Architect in the Hoose to help homeowners and raise money for the Architects Benevolent Society (ABS). The scheme involves architects offering free, hour-long consultations to the public, in return for a small donation

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The £100 million urban regeneration of Laurieston, Glasgow, has been praised by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS), by way of a Special Mention at the annual Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland awards ceremony.

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