Smith Scott Mullan Associates



Council plan to bring Passivhaus homes to Dalkeith

Midlothian Council has submitted plans for a residential and retail development in Dalkeith.

Published 21 September 2020

£50m government funding confirmed to sustain Edinburgh Biomes project

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) has secured £50 million of funding from the Scottish Government for its Edinburgh Biomes project.

Published 7 September 2020

David Hamilton: Project managing the Edinburgh Biomes programme

David Hamilton says his work on the Edinburgh Biomes programme proves that skills are transferable when it comes to project management.

Published 12 February 2020

Councillors back Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh’s £70m transformation plan

Restoration and redevelopment plans by the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) have gained planning approval from the City of Edinburgh Council.

Published 1 August 2019

Housing association welcomes green light for first phase of Longniddry village extension

Places for People has been cleared to start work later this year on the first phase of a vibrant new extension to the village of Longniddry after East Lothian Council approved detailed designs for 98 new homes.

Published 10 July 2019

Four new members join Architecture and Design Scotland board

Cabinet Secretary for culture, tourism and external affairs Fiona Hyslop has announced the appointment of four new members of the board of Architecture and Design Scotland (A&DS).

Published 23 April 2019

Edinburgh’s botanic garden transformation submitted for planning

Plans for the restoration and redevelopment of the Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh have been lodged with the local authority.

Published 14 March 2019

Edinburgh Napier’s £2.5m rugby academy extension breaks new ground

Work has started on a new £2.5 million sports centre extension at Edinburgh Napier University’s Sighthill campus.

Published 4 November 2015

Designs revealed for new Portobello pier

Architects at Smith Scott Mullan Associates have unveiled plans for a new pier at Portobello Promenade.

Published 4 June 2015