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Collective scoops planning for Barmulloch community centre

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[First look + plans + project data] Collective Architecture has landed planning permission for this £1.1 million community centre project in Barmulloch, Glasgow

Approved by Glasgow City Council earlier this year, the 500m² scheme is currently in the detailed design stage while an application has been made for national lottery funding.

The scheme is designed for maximum flexibility of uses and replaces a 1940s timber frame building on the site.

Collective Architecture's Barmulloch community centre project in Glasgow

Collective Architecture’s Barmulloch community centre project in Glasgow

Project data

Architects: Collective Architecture
Location: Quarrywood Road, Barmulloch, Glasgow
Type of Project: Community Centre
Structural Engineers: Scott Bennett Associates
Project Architect: Alan Smith
DesignTeam: Quantity Surveyor - Ewing Somerville Partnership. Mechanical Engineer - 
Client:Barmulloch Community Development Company (BCDC)
Funding:Big Lottery funding (application still pending)
Tender Date: Estimated Spring 2012
Start on site date: n/a
Contract Duration: n/a
Gross internal floor area: 500m²
Form of contract: SBC/Q/Scot (Standard building contract with quantities)
Total Cost: £1.1 million
M&E Consultant: DMP Consulting
Quantity Surveyor: Ewing Somerville Partnership
Lighting Consultant: n/a
Main Contractor: n/a
Selected sub-contractors and suppliers: n/a
Annual co2 emissions: n/a
Planning Permission: February 2011

Collective Architecture's Barmulloch community centre project in Glasgow

Collective Architecture’s Barmulloch community centre project in Glasgow

 

 

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