Architects' Showcase: Landscaping at St Andrews Links Trust headquarters by HarrisonStevens

Landscape architects HarrisonStevens has recently completed a project to sensitively integrate the new headquarters building of the St Andrews Links Trust with its established landscape surroundings.

Published 21 September 2021

Mike Harrison: Growing greenways in the heart of our cities

Mike Harrison of HarrisonStevens outlines the changes happening to repurpose brownfield sites, canal towpaths and overgrown and unloved scrubland as more people are being encouraged to ditch the car and enjoy the benefits of active travel.

Published 31 August 2021

Mike Harrison: Learning from listening to communities 

Mike Harrison, creative director of HarrisonStevens, details his participation in an innovative collaboration that was undertaken as part of the What if...?/Scotland exhibition, originally designed to be staged at the Venice Biennale, but now on show at the V&A Dundee.

Published 6 July 2021

Kincardine redesign project makes Scottish Design Awards shortlist

A community-led design project in Kincardine has been nominated for a Scottish Design Award.

Published 9 June 2021

Liz Leech and Neil Bancroft join senior design team at HarrisonStevens

Landscape architect and urban designer firm HarrisonStevens has made two key promotions at the Edinburgh-based studio.

Published 2 June 2021

Nixon Blue plans 'radical changes' to £8m St Vincent Crescent development

Developers have scaled back the number of apartments it plans to deliver as part of resubmitted proposals for St Vincent Crescent in Glasgow.

Published 25 May 2021

Neil Bancroft: Why the time has come to start valuing our natural capital

To mark World Earth Day today, Neil Bancroft details his work with HarrisonStevens on Wavegarden and the Custom House Quay project in Glasgow.

Published 22 April 2021

Edinburgh approves planning for Roseburn to Union Canal path link

HarrisonStevens has gained planning approval for an active travel route and greenspace improvement project in Edinburgh after three years of design and consultation.

Published 19 March 2021

Martin Stevens: Creating a challenge culture to deliver positive impact

As an organisation with challenge engrained in our business culture, we are used to taking ourselves out of our comfort zones, however, 2020 still packed quite a punch.

Published 22 January 2021

Revised flats proposal drawn up for Glasgow bowling club site

New plans have been lodged with Glasgow City Council for a residential development and a new public garden in the city’s Finnieston area.

Published 1 June 2020

Edinburgh officially approves ‘world-class’ artificial surf park

Scotland’s first artificial surf park is to be developed in Edinburgh after plans were approved by the local authority.

Published 19 June 2019

Scotland’s first artificial surf park gets planning green light

Planning permission has been secured to develop Scotland's first man-made surf park in Edinburgh.

Published 26 April 2018

Scotland’s first artificial wave park submitted for planning

The company behind plans for Scotland’s first artificial wave park has today submitted its formal planning application to the City of Edinburgh Council.

Published 30 May 2017