Argyll and Bute
Argyll & Bute Council is to dedicate Helensburgh’s Hermitage Park to late architect Gareth Hoskins following the award of a £2.3 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Published 20 January 2016
lma | architects and planning consultants have submitted a scheme for planning consent for a 81 bed Premier Inn and restaurant for Whitbread PLC at Shore Street in Oban.
Published 7 December 2015
Argyll and Bute Council is taking immediate action to ensure public safety after a historic church spire in Rothesay was confirmed as dangerous to the public.
Published 4 November 2015
Argyll and Bute Council has approved a planning application for a new fish processing facility on a disused brownfield site in Cowal.
Published 26 October 2015
Kier Construction has completed the development of a new building at Sandbank Business Park in Dunoon.
Published 22 October 2015
A new £9.5 million primary school for pupils in Kirn has taken a step forward with the approval of planning permission by Argyll and Bute Council.
Published 8 October 2015
Planning permission for the new Oban High School has officially been granted after the Scottish Government decided not to call the £24 million project in for review.
Published 21 September 2015
Plans for a new £24 million modern education facility in Oban took a step forward yesterday after Argyll and Bute Council announced it was minded to grant planning permission for the new school.
Published 20 August 2015
Argyll and Bute Council has appointed Land Engineering to deliver over £2 million of public realm improvements in Oban.
Published 19 August 2015
Kilmartin Museum in Argyll has taken a step closer to a multi-million pound refurbishment.
Published 7 August 2015
People across Argyll and Bute who have completed developments in the past three years can enter the council’s third sustainable design awards.
Published 5 August 2015
Argyll and Bute Council has said its £2.83 million structural repair and refurbishment of Dunoon’s iconic Victorian-era wooden pier is reaping the social, economic and environmental benefits the use of local sub-contractors and work placements.
Published 15 July 2015
Argyll and Bute Council’s planning, protective services and licensing (PPSL) committee has granted planning approval for the new Campbeltown Grammar School project.
Published 29 June 2015
One of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s finest buildings is facing a £2.5 million repair bill to save it from ruin.
Published 23 June 2015
Work to transform the neglected remains of one of Scotland’s architectural gems is to begin within days.
Published 19 May 2015