Architecture And The Built Environment

Purpose of the group

The Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Architecture and the Built Environment aims to maintain a forum of MSPs and others to promote and further the economic, social, environmental and cultural contributions that architecture and the planned environment make to the quality of life of Scotland's citizens. Also, while acknowledging the responsibilities devolved to the Scottish Parliament, to sustain a dialogue on Scottish architecture, planning and built environment in the European and World contexts.

Forthcoming meetings

Next meeting:



Annual Return/Report

Group Officers

Group Members

Non MSP Individuals

Keith Baker 

Alistair Scott 

Eugene Mullan 

David Sutton 

John Walls 

Sandy Halliday 

Paul Morsley 

John Pelan

Peter John Riddoch 

Meg Nelson 

Karen Stevenson 

Stewart Henderson 

Craig McLaren 

Kate Houghton 

Christopher Dingwall

Ingval Maxwell 

David Adams 

Jocelyn Cunliffe 

John Lawson 

Charles Strang 

Brian Smith 

Rick McCluggage 

Leslie Hutt 

Christopher Dingwall 

John Walls 

Bruce Hare 

Charles Strang 

Prof. David Adam


RTPI in Scotland (Treasurer) 

Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (Secretary) 

Smith Scott Mullan Associates 

Gaia Research 

Smith Scott Mullan Associates 

DSG Design Ltd 

Iglu Studio Ltd 

Scottish Civic Trust 

Peter Riddoch Architect 

Eildon Housing Association 


Cockburn Association 

Scotland’s Garden and Landscape 

Heritage Council on Training in Architectural 



Gareth Hoskins Architects 

Moray Council 

Gray Marshall 

Planning Aid Scotland (PAS) 

Central Scotland Green Network Trust 

Scotland’s Garden and Landscape Heritage 

Buro Happold Engineering 

RSPB Scotland 


Get involved

Next meeting:




Linda Fabiani MSP 

Holyrood Road
Scottish Parliament
EH99 1SP 

0131 348 5698 


Cross Party Groups and GDPR

Please note that some Cross-Party Groups have external organisations that provide secretariat support to the Group. These organisations manage your information in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements. The links to the privacy policies, of the organisations that have proved them to the Scottish Parliament are available on our website.

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