Scotland Designing Places Awards: Shortlist

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Scotland Designing Places Awards

Shortlist in 2008

Scotland Designing Places Award

Jury: chair – Jim Mackinnon, Scotland’s Chief Planner

Designing Places Awards Winners – 9 May 2008

Nominations

Categories:
Urban large
Urban small
Rural large
Rural small
Masterplanning
Shortlist:

Urban large Nominees
Bellway Homes – Parade Park, Glasgow
Bellway Homes – Mondriaan, Glasgow
Bryant Homes – Hopetoun Village, Edinburgh
The Burrell Company – Upper Strand, Edinburgh
CALA Homes – Grandholm Village, Aberdeen
CALA Homes – Canniesburn, Glasgow
Highmore Homes – The Waterfront, Greenock
McCarthy & Stone – Eden Court, Cupar
Miller Homes – Tower View, Glasgow
Miller Homes – Lancefield Quay, Glasgow
Stewart Milne Homes – Elmhill, Aberdeen
Thomas Mitchell Homes – John Knox Road, St Andrews
Strathclyde Homes – G1, Glasgow

Urban small Nominees
Applecross – Eyre Place, Edinburgh
Bryant Homes – Princess Gate, Edinburgh
Mactaggart & Mickel – Hillpark Phase 2, Edinburgh
Miller Homes – Edinburgh Quay 2, Edinburgh
Tweed Homes – Provost Kirkpatrick Court, Peebles

Rural large Nominees
CALA Homes – Briery Meadow, Haddington
Robertson Homes – Lochan Mor, Aviemore

Rural small Nominees
Bryant Homes – Valleyfield, Penicuik
CALA Homes – Orchard Lane, Dirleton
Macfarlane Homes – Rutherford Gardens, West Linton
Mactaggart & Mickel – The Grange, Perceton
Miller Homes – Silverwood, Howgate Village

Masterplanning Nominees
The EDI Group for PARC Craigmillar – Greendykes North, Edinburgh
The EDI Group for PARC Craigmillar – Wauchope Square, Edinburgh
Elphinstone Holdings – Sustainable Urban Village, Glasgow
George Wimpey East Scotland & Cruden Homes – Raploch Site 5, Stirling
Highmore Homes – Alloa Harbour, Alloa

Winners – news online 9 May 2008

Location:Scotland, UK