Scottish MarineTechnology Park

G.D. Lodge Architects is a Key Partner with the Scottish Marine Technology Park. The SMTP seeks to bring together world leading innovators in the marine industry to collaborate and further marine manufacturing in the UK. The SMTP proposals have been shortlisted in the Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning 2020, under the category for Best Use of Brownfield Land in Placemaking.

Our on-going involvement includes development & coordination of the overall Masterplan and responding to development enquiries from companies who have expressed an interest in locating within the Park, providing feasibility proposals to enable the preparation of outline costs and to ensure a coherent vision for the buildings and facilities that will ultimately be provided.

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Hillhead Heights

Hayhill Developments are proud to announce a brand new housing development in Mauchline, Ayrshire. Hillhead Heights is an attractive layout of 91 family homes, in a mix of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom designs. There are 7 house types to choose from, each individually designed specifically for this site. Construction work will commence soon.

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Helensburgh High Life

We have just secured Full Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent for Panacea Property’s residential development of the Category A listed Cairndhu House in Helensburgh. Designed in 1871 by local architect William Leiper in the French Renaissance style, Cairndhu House has been on the Buildings at Risk Register since 2012 and will now undergo essential conservation work and conversion into stunning private flats. The magnificent interiors, featuring some of the finest work by Glasgow artist Daniel Cottier, will be carefully preserved.

The proposals will comprise 9 luxury flats within the listed building plus two new flats within a sympathetically designed extension. The project will also include a new mews property and four garden apartments within the grounds of the house, designed in a contemporary but complimentary style.







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