Project Scotland

New app aims to “revolutionise” health and safety

New app aims to “revolutionise” health and safety

Researchers at Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) are developing an app that aims to “revolutionise” health and safety on..

Robertson celebrates opening of “incredibly rewarding” North Uist project

An opening ceremony for a multi-million pound school in North Uist has been held. Sgoil Uibhist a’ Tuath was built by..

February, 2017

A fresh start for Scottish care leavers

SAINT-Gobain has teamed up with charity partner Barnardo’s to deliver ten starter homes for care leavers in Scotland. The Gap Homes..

February, 2017

New invention helps designers create dementia-friendly buildings

A new virtual reality device has been tipped to improve the lives of dementia sufferers by helping designers and architects create..

February, 2017

Celtic hoping to score with new museum and hotel plans

CELTIC Football Club has unveiled plans to develop the area around its Parkhead stadium, including the potential addition of a new hotel..

February, 2017

Much-needed Dundee homes near completion

300 new homes are nearing completion in Dundee as part of the local council's plans to replace outdated properties. The development..

February, 2017

Work starts on £3 million business unit project

CONSTRUCTION has started at the Clyde Gateway East business park on a new unit that will provide space for manufacturing, engineering..

February, 2017

Proposed surfing facility tipped to make waves in local community

PUBLIC consultations are to start over plans for a proposed multi-million pound surfing and leisure facility near Ratho. Tartan Leisure..

February, 2017

New campus is “great asset” to Ayrshire village

THE new £3.8 million Tarbolton Community Campus is up and running. The facility, built by Morrison Construction, was built on time and..

February, 2017

Green light for university’s expansion plans

THE University of Glasgow has received planning permission to press ahead with its £1 billion campus masterplan. Glasgow City..

February, 2017

First-time buyers ‘better off’ than renters

SCOTLAND'S builders have welcomed new research from the Bank of Scotland, which indicates that first-time buyers (FTBs) are an average of..

February, 2017

Enterprise specialist to help drive letting agency’s growth plan

ENTERPRISE specialist John Anderson has been appointed to chair the investment arm of award-winning social enterprise letting agency,..

February, 2017

Employer views sought over 2018 Levy proposal

THE Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has launched what the organisation described as its biggest ever consultation over the..

February, 2017

Report into Edinburgh school closures published

An independent report into the closure of 17 Edinburgh schools has been published. City of Edinburgh Council chief executive Andrew..

February, 2017