Former DAKS Simpson Site, Larkhall click on thumbnails to view larger images

Former DAKS Simpson Site, Larkhall
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Client : Patersons of Greenoakhill Ltd
Date : 2014 - 2015
Workstage : A
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Transport Engineer :
JMP
Geotechnical Engineer :
Johnson Poole & Bloomer

Overview
DTA Chartered Architects Limited were instructed by Patersons of Greenoakhill Ltd  to act as Architects in respect of their proposals for a mixed-use development at the former DAKS site in Larkhall. The proposals fell within the definition of ‘major’ development as set out in the Town & Country Planning Regulations, and necessitated a full Public Consultation process.  The development was granted planning permission in May 2015.


Residential Development, Winston Barracks, Lanark click on thumbnails to view larger images

Residential Development, Winston Barracks, Lanark
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Client : Keir Homes
Date : 2006 - 2009
Cost : £42million
Workstage :  A-C
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Engineers : 
WSP Group
Transport Engineer : 
Dougall Baillie Associates
Services Engineer :    
Petrie Buchanan
Ecologist :    
JDC Ecology
Landscape Architect :    
David Wilson Associates
Planning Consultant :    
Turley Associates
 

Overview
Comprising a varied mix of 348 new build properties and 40 conversions within the listed buildings, required to be integrated into the development as part of the detailed Planning Permission granted in January 2007, this development sits on the 45 acre site of a former army barracks.  
The design of the development protects and enhances the Listed Buildings and their settings, without simply copying in a pastiche style. Layout, links and associated structural planting ensures that the new community feels connected to Lanark, but still sits comfortably within the rural environment.


Residential Development, Ferniegair, Hamilton click on thumbnail to view larger image

Residential Development, Ferniegair, Hamilton
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Client : Persimmon Homes
Date : 2006
Cost : £17million
Workstage : A-C
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer : 
T. Lawrie & Partners
Transport Engineer :        
Dougall Baillie
Geotechnical Engineer :  
Johnson, Poole & Bloomer
Landscape Architects :
David Wilson Associates
Ecologist :
JDC Ecology Ltd
 

Overview
DTA were masterplanners for this mixed residential development of over 200 units.  The development was spread over four different parcels of land each with their own particular challenges.  To maximise the site's potential, DTA successfully co-ordinated the efforts of the various members of the Design Team to resolve issues arising due to the sites difficult topography and existing infrastructure networks.


Mixed Use Development, Dalmarnock, Glasgow click on thumbnail to view larger image

Mixed Use Development, Dalmarnock, Glasgow
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Client : ZED Develoments Ltd
Date : 2006
Cost : N/A
Workstage : AB
Design Team
Architect :
DTA Chartered Architects
Planning Consultant : 
McInally Associates
 

Overview
This project sought to reclaim an existing brownfield site adjacent to the Commonwealth Games athlete’s village in Dalmarnock, incorporating the new train station and the creation of a high-rise hotel and retail development around a new urban square.  The proposals also included the extension of Springfield Road across the railway via a new feature bridge and the creation of a linear park as a buffer to the existing rail traffic.


Coalsnaughton, Clackmannanshire click on thumbnail to view larger image

Coalsnaughton, Clackmannanshire
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Client : Hazeldene (Coalsnaughton) Limited
Date :  2003-2009
Cost :  £20million
Workstage :  A - C
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer :
Rennie & Kirkwood Ltd

 

Overview
Rated as ‘Very Good’ under the ‘EcoHomes’ assessment scheme, this project is for 26 units for rent and shared ownership, incorporating amenity flats and specifically designed wheelchair bungalows. In this scheme the development is assessed against a range of environmental issues covering impacts of a global, regional, local and indoor scale.