Hand-drawing, mark making and 3D sketching have always been an important part in the evolution of kennedytwaddle. The architectural design practice was initially established in London in 2000 by myself and my associate, Chris Twaddle, two graduates from Duncan of Jordanstone, and we opened our Dundee office nine years ago.
Sir, – Over the matter of just a few days the UK’s standing in the world has further diminished as the impact of Brexit becomes more tangible.
Sir, – Derek Farmer is right to identify size as a factor in the collapse of facilities management and construction company Carillion, as well as the Royal Bank of Scotland et al, but there’s a further factor to these failures: lack of competition. This situation is aided and abetted by governments of every colour.
At the end of every year we look back on the most read stories on The Courier's website. Here are the articles that outperformed the others online in the past 12 months:
Sir, – The commissioning of the first of Gordon Brown’s two pork-barrel white elephants, known in navy speak as HMS Big Lizzie, will be followed by HMS Chuck. Naval top brass are frightfully proud, of course, but the two carriers have been rightly described by a former chief of defence staff as ‘vulnerable metal cans’.
Sir, – I yet again smell the rank odour of hypocrisy eminating from the usual British nationalists over Alec Salmond’s independent production company doing work on RT.
Sir, - I write with reference to your article about NHS Tayside confirming the ending of endoscopy procedures at Stracathro Hospital (October 26).
Sir, – Since the Scottish Finance Secretary Derek Mackay intends that the budget this week will aim to “unlock economic potential” in the country, the good people of Levenmouth are expecting a concrete commitment to reinstate our mothballed rail link.
Sir, - Mr Roche of Perth wrote a very reasonable letter about the poor look of Perth during the day, while considerable monies are spent on lighting it up at night (October 28) and poor facades in the city centre is one of his expressed concerns.
Sir, - The SNP appears to be set on raising income tax in Scotland as part of a move to keep the support of the ultra left Green Party.