Crosshouse Farm, East Kilbride click on thumbnails to view larger images

Crosshouse Farm, East Kilbride
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Client : Dickie & Moore Limited
Date : 2016 – Present
Cost : £1.2million
Workstage : Under Construction
Design Team
Architect : DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer :  W.A. Fairhurst
Contractor :  Dickie & Moore Limited

Overview
Residential development of 7 no. detached dwellinghouses on land at Crosshouse Farm, which lies just at the fringe of the settlement boundary of East Kilbride. The development utilises a simple palate of traditional materials with white render, stone features and natural slate roofs, echoing those seen throughout the surrounding rural area.  This simple treatment of 3 traditional materials reinforces the common character of the 3 house types.


Silverwells Crescent, Bothwell click on thumbnails to view larger images

Silverwells Crescent, Bothwell
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Client : Patersons of Greenoakhill Ltd
Date : 2011 - 2015
Cost : £9.5million
Workstage : Complete
Design Team
Architect :
DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer : 
W.A. Fairhurst
Ecologist : 
EnviroCentre Limited
Arboricultural Consultant : 
Donald Rodger Associates
Contractor :
Muir Construction 

Overview
The development comprises of 60 Luxury Apartments and Penthouses on the site of the demolished Silvertrees Hotel in Bothwell. 
Located in a predominantly residential area in the Southwest part of Bothwell and just outside the Conservation Area, the proposed development sits comfortably within the immediate surroundings, which cover a range of scales and types of building.  The proposed elevations, fronting on to Silverwells Crescent, have been designed to respect the height of the large buildings opposite and key visual reference points reinforce the streetscape down Mill Road.


Two Detached Villas, Old Coach Road, East Kilbride click on thumbnail to view larger image

Two Detached Villas, Old Coach Road, East Kilbride
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Client : Abbey Construction
Date : 2011 – 2012
Cost : £550,000
Workstage :  Complete
Design Team
Architect :
DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer : 
Hannah Reed

Overview
The demolition of a cottage made way for two substantial detached family homes located in the sought-after area of Old Coach Road. The properties are of an extremely high specification with many luxury features and also benefit from a large off-road parking area plus enclosed rear garden.

Winner of Premier Guarantee's Small Development of the Year 2012

 


Residential Development, Old Bothwell Road, Bothwell click on thumbnails to view larger images

Residential Development, Old Bothwell Road, Bothwell
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Client :  
Bothwell Property Development Company
Date :  2010
Workstage :  
Planning to Completion
Design Team
Architect :
DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer :            
Hodgins Smith Partnership
Ecologist :        
EnviroCentre Limited
 

Overview
This project comprised of 10 luxury detached villas within a low density residential development, which lies on the outskirts of the Bothwell Conservation Village, on the edge of the settlement boundary overlooking the River Clyde.


Detached Villa, Sunningdale Avenue, Newton Mearns click on thumbnails to view larger images

Detached Villa, Sunningdale Avenue, Newton Mearns
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Client : Private
Date :  2009 - 10
Cost :  £430,000
Workstage :  Complete
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer :            
Balfour Engineering Consultancy

Overview
The second of our dwellings to be completed on Sunningdale Avenue benefits from a South facing garden set in mature landscaping.  To fully exploit this, a two storey glazed feature at the rear of the house illuminates the hallway offering views of the garden and between different levels within the house.  The design ethos adopted required the use of clean lines and high quality materials to compliment the existing built form of the street, offering a modern interpretation of the traditional villa.  


Residential Development, Lambhill Farm, Strathaven click on thumbnails to view larger images

Residential Development, Lambhill Farm, Strathaven
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Client :  Acrestar
Date : 2008 - 2010
Cost :  £2million +
Workstage : Complete
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer : 
Oakgreen

 

Overview
The development comprises a mix of 8 new build residential units and 4 converted cottages, restored and extended to form large family homes, completing the courtyard formation on the site of the disused farm.  A palette of materials and traditional details, well suited to this greenbelt location, add to the rural vernacular appearance. 


Barr Terrace, East Kilbride click on thumbnails to view larger images

Barr Terrace, East Kilbride
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Client : Abbey Construction
Date : 2008 - 2009
Cost : £1million +
Workstage :  Complete
Design Team
Architect :

DTA Chartered Architects
Structural Engineer :
Hannah Reed

Overview
DTA Chartered Architects achieved Planning Approval for the erection of 9 exclusive two bedroom flats located on the site of the former West Kirk Manse near East Kilbride train station. The building was designed to maintain as much of the garden ground as was possible and also benefits from the well maintained garden grounds adjacent to the site.  The flats are finished internally to a very high standard by the developer and included integrated sound systems and high quality fittings throughout.   


West Milrigg, Wiston click on thumbnails to view larger images

West Milrigg, Wiston
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Client : John Lawrie Builders
Date : 2007 - 2009
Cost : £500,000
Workstage : Complete
Design Team
Architect :
DTA Chartered Architects
Project Manager :
John Lawrie
Structural Engineer :
Balfour Engineering Consultancy
Contractor : 
John Lawrie Builders

Overview
A substantial detached family house quietly located in an enchanting rural setting at the foot of Tinto Hill with stunning open views. The property is of an extremely high specification with many luxury features and also benefits from a detached double garage, further off road parking and an enclosed rear garden.


Sandhurst Building, Winston Barracks, Lanark click on thumbnails to view larger images

Sandhurst Building, Winston Barracks, Lanark
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Client : HBS Winston Barracks
Date : 2006 - 2009
Cost : £4million
Workstage :  Complete
Design Team
Architect :
DTA Chartered Architects
Engineer : 
Hodgins Smith Partnership
M+E Engineer : 
Hulley & Kirkwood
Contractor :
HBS Construction

Overview
Following negotiations with the Local Authority and Historic Scotland, a Detailed Planning Application was approved for the retention and conversion of the Sandhurst Building, considered the most important of the four Listed Buildings on the site of the former Winston Barracks, to 16 three-storey townhouses, 16 apartments and 4 two-storey villas.
Careful consideration was given to the sensitive nature of developing an institutional building for residential use; the key aim was to respect the setting of the Listed Building in its two storey form whilst creating comfortable modern homes.

Nominated for the Scottish Homes Award for Conversion of the Year 2010