MASTER PLANNING/LANDSCAPING: Master Planning

The Knab, Lerwick

Nomination

7N Architects’ masterplan for the former Anderson High School at the Knab, Lerwick, is vibrant mixed use vision for a key civic site to help to meet critical housing needs on the Shetland Islands. The proposals were developed following extensive stakeholder and community engagement on the future use of the site, undertaken with Nick Wright Planning. The re-development of the Knab site presents an opportunity to create a vibrant, thriving, place that can help to meet community aspirations and sustain […]

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(Y)our Broomielaw

Nomination

A multi-disciplinary team led by Glasgow-based architecture practice, Austin-Smith:Lord, working in collaboration with leading international architects and urbanists, MVRDV, were appointed by Glasgow City Council to develop regeneration frameworks for four of the nine districts identified in the City Centre Strategy. This District Regeneration Framework outlines a vision, projects and an action plan to redefine the Broomielaw district of Glasgow in the next ten years and beyond. This Regeneration Framework includes neighbourhoods on both banks of the River Clyde beyond […]

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Buchanan Wharf

Nomination

Stallan-Brand on behalf of Drum Property are working on a mixed use development in the Tradeston area. The proposed development, Buchanan Wharf, is situated within the context of Glasgow’s developing riverfront and supports Glasgow’s vision to enhance its international image with high quality architectural design. The vision for Buchanan Wharf is to achieve an exemplar in good design, through the built environment and public realm.  The masterplan proposals create a sense of place for the site and engage the Scottish […]

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Water Row Masterplan

Nomination

Water Row is one of the most exciting development sites in Glasgow at this present time. Successive planning documents over the last decade acknowledge the site’s pivotal role in determining both the upward trajectory of Govan’s recovery and the inspiring transformation of the city’s waterfront. Water Row, and the proposed site, is located within Govan’s Town Centre. It is both physically and historically connected to Glasgow by the River Clyde waterfront and Govan’s town centre. The site’s significance in the […]

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