Allan Murray Architects

Allan Murray Architects moves into employee ownership

Allan Murray Architects (AMA) has entered into an employee ownership trust (EOT) with its staff as the beneficiaries.

Published 22 December 2020

Construction work commences at New Waverley project

Prime site property developer Queensberry Properties Ltd (QPL) has commenced construction at ‘Waverley Square’, the first residential development within the 7.5-acre mixed-use New Waverley project located in the heart of Edinburgh’s historic old town.

Published 2 April 2019

Expertise identified to help shape Edinburgh Waverley revamp

Network Rail has unveiled an internationally recognised team of engineers, architects and urban planners it has appointed to help shape the long term future of Edinburgh’s Waverley Station.

Published 15 August 2018

Boroughmuir High School named Building of the Year at Edinburgh Architectural Association Awards

The Edinburgh Architectural Association (EAA) awarded Allan Murray Architects’ Boroughmuir High School its top accolade at its annuals awards ceremony last night.

Published 25 May 2018

Edinburgh St James developers outline construction benefits to local businesses and workers

With demolition across the £1 billion Edinburgh St James site continuing to progress well, TH Real Estate and main contractor Laing O’Rourke have revealed new investment figures which reaffirm their commitment to the city.

Published 19 September 2017

Ministers reject appeal for 400 Aberdeen student homes plan

Plans to build more than 400 student homes and up to 80 flats on the site of a former BT yard in Aberdeen have been rejected by the Scottish Government.

Published 11 May 2017

Construction work begins on £1bn St James Centre revamp

The £1 billion redevelopment of Edinburgh’s St James centre is finally underway after political, financial and legal upheavals caused years of delays to the project.

Published 19 October 2016

Hundreds of new homes planned for Aberdeen telephone exchange

Plans have been revealed for hundreds of new homes, some of which will be affordable, on the site of a former BT telephone exchange in Aberdeen.

Published 30 November 2015