Hamilton Buildings – South Lanarkshire Architecture

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Hamilton Building : South Lanarkshire Architecture

South Lanarkshire Development, Strathclyde Built Environment, west Scotland, UK

Hamilton Architecture

Miller Street, Hamilton

Design: Hypostyle Architects, Glasgow

Building on Miller St

Limited design competition : winner
Key Client bodies: Clyde Valley Housing Association; Communities Scotland; Hamilton Ahead
There are 26 units included in this property development

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Location: Hamilton, Scotland

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New Buildings in Southwest Scotland – selection:

Ayr Riverside Development, Southwest Scotland
Architects: Keppie Design ; Masterplan by Niall McLaughlin Architects
Ayr Riverside Office Development | www.e-architect.com
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Ayr Riverside Office Buildings

HALO Masterplan in Kilmarnock, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Southwest Scotland
Architects: Keppie Design
HALO Kilmarnock building model
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HALO Masterplan Kilmarnock

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The Hamiltons constructed many landmark buildings in the area including the Hamilton Mausoleum in Strathclyde Park, which has the longest echo of any building in the world. The Hamilton family are major land-owners in the area to this day. Hamilton Palace was the seat of the Dukes of Hamilton until the early-twentieth century.

Other historic buildings in the area include Hamilton Old Parish Church, a Georgian era building completed in 1734 and the only church to have been built by William Adam. The graveyard of the old parish church contains some Covenanter remains. The former Edwardian Town Hall now houses the library and concert hall. The Townhouse complex underwent a sympathetic modernization in 2002 and opened to the public in summer 2004. The ruins of Cadzow Castle also lie in Chatelherault Country Park, 2 miles (3 km) from the town centre.

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