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Proposed Project in West Lothian – design by gm+ad architects, Scotland

Newbridge Development

Newbridge Project
Date of design: 2002-
Design: Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects

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The proposals were granted Outline Planning Permission 06.02.02.

News excerpt re this project from 6 Jan 2002:

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Gordon Murray + Alan Dunlop Architects are hopeful of their project being granted an approval: it goes to Committee 9 Jan with recommendation for approval for Outline Planning Permission

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Newbridge is a village within the parish of Kirkliston, to the west of Edinburgh, Scotland. It originally lay on the western edge of the county of Midlothian; however, local government reforms in the late 20th century placed it within the jurisdiction of the City of Edinburgh Council.

Including Ratho Station it has a total population of 1,074 (at the 2011 Census based on the 2010 definition of the locality). It is about a mile from Edinburgh Airport’s Terminal Building.

The Newbridge roundabout was built in 1970 as a flat roundabout serving the M8 Edinburgh to Glasgow motorway, the M9 Edinburgh to Stirling motorway, the A8 and the A89. One of the busiest roundabouts in Scotland, traffic congestion became intolerable and it was converted to a grade-separated roundabout interchange in 1997, becoming Junction 1 of the M9.

source: wikipedia

gm+ad, was an architecture practice based in Glasgow, Scotland. It was founded by Gordon Murray and Alan Dunlop in 1996, and was dissolved 2010.

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