The Burrell Company Newsletter Spring 2008 - Construction
Hawkhead Village   Ardnablane House   Workmen
Workmen Assembly Street New Construction Arm
Coalhill 2 Workmen Edinburgh Quay

Hawkhead Village

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Leading regeneration experts The Burrell Company is set to launch the long awaited restoration project at Hawkhead Village in Paisley.

The former Hawkhead Hospital, originally designed by world famous Scottish interwar architect Thomas Smith Tait, will be transformed by specialists in urban regeneration, The Burrell Company. With over 20 years experience, the company will nurse the forgotten hospital buildings back to life and reawaken their 1930's Art Deco grandeur providing a great place to live.

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Ardnablane House

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Scotland's leading regeneration specialist The Burrell Company, in association with Places for People, has recently acquired the category A-listed Ault Wharrie House in Dunblane.

The Burrell Company will convert the two-storey Arts and Crafts building into four stunning homes set within 14 acres of manicured grounds.

The two-storey red brick mansion house was designed by George Walton in collaboration with Fred Rowntree around 1900 and is said to be their last collaboration. George Walton was one of the 'Glasgow Boys' and was renowned for his skills in interior design, furniture design, stencil decoration and stained glass. His architectural works include Mrs Cranston's tearooms, The Kodak showroom, The Leys, Elstree; St David's Hotel, Harlech; and Ledcameroch, Bearsden. The interiors at Ault Wharrie are remarkable examples of the talent of this great Arts and Crafts designer and justified its listing.

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Assembly Street

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The international expertise of Sutherland Hussey Architects has been called on to transform a former metal works site in Leith into a stylish residential development for first time buyers.

Co-founders Charlie Sutherland and Charlie Hussey have an impressive industry track record after years of working on major projects including some in Italy and Berlin before setting up the Edinburgh-based firm in 1996.

The latest development, Assembly Street in Leith, will see the architects joining forces with urban regeneration specialists, The Burrell Company in association with Places for People. The project will create 11 apartments and a further 15 new build properties including ground floor commercial space.

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New Construction Arm

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Scotland's leading regeneration specialist, The Burrell Company, has formed a new construction arm of its business.

The Burrell Company (Construction) Limited, will take on construction management responsibility for forthcoming developments at Hawkhead Village in Paisley; Assembly Street in Leith and Ardnablane House in Dunblane.

The new company will allow greater flexibility and control of selected projects.

Lindsay Russell, Contracts Director of The Burrell Company, said: "We have taken time to select an experienced team to manage this new and exciting addition to our business."

"Taking this step will allow us to fully control every aspect of the construction process, with greater control and flexibility being the major benefits. I am confident that this move to carrying out our own construction will be a success and bring benefits to both The Burrell Company and its purchasers."

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Coalhill 2

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Housebuyers looking to live in one of Scotland's newest waterfront developments should head down to Coalhill2 located in the vibrant area of Leith, as BUREDI (a joint venture between The Burrell Company and the EDI group) latest development is selling out fast

Over 80 per cent of properties have already sold at the award-winning development which is situated beside the picturesque waterfront.

Located in a popular area, Coalhill 2 is perfect for those looking to work in the heart of the city or simply like to be spoilt for choice with the superb range of amenities on the doorstep.

Homebuyers can choose from a selection of two-bedroom apartments, which echo the contemporary style of the building, with each property elegantly designed with large living areas. Many of the remaining apartments feature an open plan layout and terrace which overlooks the Water of Leith.

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Edinburgh Quay

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Edinburgh based, Allan Murray Architects, who has successfully transformed many of the capital's buildings and facades, is celebrating 15 years of award-winning architectural design this year.

In 2008, the leading architectural firm will continue the ongoing plans to create a new residential and commercial hub in the city with the formation of BUREDI's latest development, Freer St, Fountainbridge, on the former brewery site by the Union Canal.

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The Burrell Company

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The Burrell Company
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The Royal Mile
Edinburgh EH1 1QS
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T: +44 (0) 131 220 3040
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