Scottish Quality in Planning Awards, Results – Building + Architect + Engineers
Scottish Awards : Quality in Planning
Winners in 2006, UK
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards
SAQP awards are one of the Scottish Government’s most prestigious events to acknowledge achievements in planning – ranging from strategic visions to new settlements. Its aim is to recognise the hard work being carried out by, and within, the planning profession.
Exciting changes to the SAQP
This year marks an exciting opportunity to enter into 3 types of Awards.
We want to celebrate the 2016 Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design and have taken the opportunity to refresh SAQP, as well as introducing two new awards.
Firstly, in recognition of the talent in planning, we’ve created a new Personal Achievement in Planning Award (PAPA).
Secondly, there will be a People’s Choice Award in Planning (PCAP). This will take the format of an interactive map through which everyone, who has an interest in the built environment (i.e. whether communities, schools, universities, planners, architects, engineers and developers etc) can participate by putting forward their personal suggestions on what they consider to be a great innovation, architecture or design, in planning, over the last 6 years.
Find out more about the awards and apply at http://saqp2016.com
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Previously on e-architect:
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards 2006
Aquilibrium, Campbeltown, Kintyre, Southwest Scotland – Page Park Architects
Aqualibrium is situated on Kinloch Green in Campbeltown and offers spectacular views of Campbeltown Bay. The building has a 25m x 13m, six lane swimming pool, a fitness suite, including gym and weights, and relaxation suite (steam room and sauna), and conference facilities.
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards – 2006 Winner
Partnership Approach to Delivering Strategic Environmental Assessment:
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire Council
Public Consultation Exercise:
Shrubhill development site in Leith, Edinburgh
Planning with People, Planning Aid for Scotland
Winner for Edinburgh area:
Edinburgh Quay Phase One, Fountainbridge – Michael Laird Architects
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards – 2006 Winner: Edinburgh Quay
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards – previous winners
Winning building: The Royal Bank of Scotland World Headquarters, Gogarburn, west Edinburgh
Winning building: The Holyrood North Site, Canongate, Old Town, Edinburgh
Policy Framework for Delivering Affordable Housing
Public Access E-Planning System as Implemented in Stirling Council and the City of Edinburgh Council
The Edinburgh Standards for Urban Design
Winning building: Mansfield Traquair Centre, central Edinburgh
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards – 2005 Winner: Royal Bank of Scotland HQ
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards – 2004 Winner: Holyrood North
Scottish Quality in Planning Awards – 2002 Winner: Mansfield Traquair Centre
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