New Care Home, Helensburgh

DTA are delighted that the Planning Officer's recommendation for Approval for the development of a 64-bed luxury care home facility in Helensburgh was upheld by Councillors at yesterday's public hearing. A great result for all involved and we look forward to taking the project forward to the next stage!

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New Lidl Store, East Kilbride

DTA were excited to see the fantastic new Lidl store in East Kilbride opens it’s doors to the public on Thursday 1st August 2019 accompanied by EK Pipe Band. As you can see from the number of cars parked, it’s proving a very popular place to shop in the town already!

More details to follow on our commercial projects page soon.

Bespoke House, Biggar

DTA Chartered Architects are excited to be involved in another project due to commence on site soon for a bespoke house in the Biggar area of South Lanarkshire.   

Dan Gale of The Faction has created these fantastic images of the finished property;

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More details on the project will be featured as the construction work progresses.

Change in Management at DTA

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On the 25th anniversary of a partnership dissolution and the formation of DTA Chartered Architects, we are delighted to announce that Gary Murray has been promoted to Managing Director, while Liz McMullan and Claudio Marini have become Associate Directors.  Best wishes to all three in their new positions.

Office Closure


Due to the extreme weather conditions and advice issued by both Transport Scotland and Police Scotland, DTA Chartered Architects offices at 9 Montgomery Street will be closed today.

If you are trying to contact us with an urgent matter, we would ask that you call us on our mobile numbers directly please.

Thank you for your co-operation.

9 Montgomery Street

Following an extensive study, you can now read up on the history of our premises at 9 Montgomery Street in East Kilbride Village at our dedicated webpage. The research covered the history of the building, from its erection in the 1790’s until present day and uncovered one or two surprises!

We would like to thank Bill Niven and Tom Mason for their valued contributions and welcome any comments or additional information that may help us in filling in the gaps!