A crater big enough to hold the Royal Albert Hall has been excavated below the site of UCLH in central London to house an NHS proton beam therapy centre, offering a pioneering form of radiotherapy to those undergoing cancer treatment. It will hold five storeys and open to patients in 2020.

Posted 14th Jul 2017

On Friday 23rd June, a team from Harley Haddow participated in a day at the beautiful Renaissance Golf Club in East Lothian to raise money for the Compass  School Foundation. The team unfortunately didn’t pick up any prizes on this occasion, but had a fun day for a good cause. Congratulations to all who took

Posted 29th Jun 2017

On Friday 9th June, the 2017 Harley Haddow golf day took place at the historic Broomieknowe golf club in Bonnyrigg, Midlothian. Good weather meant that everyone had an enjoyable day – particularly the winner, Martin Stewart who stopped Euan Murray from winning for the 3rd year in a row with his impressive 38 points. We’d like

Posted 13th Jun 2017 “There’s no doubt that the reinvention of Dane Tree House will provide a vastly improved threshold experience for up to 35,000 visitors a year. “

Posted 2nd Jun 2017 Last week saw the unveiling of the redeveloped Henry Moore Foundation estate in Hertfordshire, coinciding with the celebratory events of its 40th anniversary. We worked on the project with Hugh Broughton Architects to bring new life and sustainability to the Foundation. It reopened with an exhibition review of Moore’s early

Posted 11th May 2017 Architect’s Journal today published a Building Review of the regeneration of Glasgow’s historic Kelvin Hall, a multi-use project we collaborated on with Glasgow architects Page\Park. “The question faced by Glasgow City Council was what to do with such a historically important structure once it was empty. Glasgow Life, which manages the city’s cultural and

Posted 23rd Mar 2017

Video update of our recent restoration project at Dalkeith Stables.  

Posted 14th Dec 2016

  We are delighted to be shortlisted for Public Project of the Year at the...

Posted 18th Nov 2016

We’re proud to have been involved in the redevelopment of vital community space and Scotland’s oldest youth club,  FetLor. The existing single-storey structure was built in the 1960s and has been used since then. It’s recently dilapidated state and associated repair costs were threatening the club with closure. It offers a safe, non-territorial space where

Posted 15th Nov 2016
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