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Fears that mental health initiatives may not be reaching those who need them

RESEARCHERS from Glasgow Caledonian University have warned that initiatives aimed at protecting the mental health of construction workers may not be getting to those...

Three-year Lyne Burn project gets underway in Dunfermline

FIFE Council has commenced work on a three-year programme to bring improvements along the Lyne Burn in Dunfermline. The local authority, in partnership with the...

CITB appoints new customer and product director

THE Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has announced the appointment of Jackie Ducker as customer and product director, replacing the outgoing Braden Connolly. Jackie has...

Funding boost for Pentland Hills Regional Park

ADDITIONAL car parking, entrance paths, cycle parking and toilet facilities are to be created in the Pentland Hills Regional Park, the City of Edinburgh...

CGI animation offers glimpse of £22m Paisley Town Hall transformation

A fly-through video has been released offering a look at how Paisley’s A-listed Town Hall will look following a £22 million transformation into a...

Planning for ‘once in a generation’ Stirling development nears completion

THE planning process for the creation of 'once in a generation' development in Stirling is nearing completion, the town's local authority has confirmed. Proposals for...

Housing association to launch pilot project to improve sustainability

WELLHOUSE Housing Association (WHA) has revealed plans to embark on a pilot project to create rainwater gardens as part of its commitment to improving...

Building services provider strengthens education portfolio

BUILDING services specialist Arc-Tech (Scotland) has announced an expansion of its portfolio of projects in the education sector with the company's latest completions in...

Work starts on new Dalkeith homes and care facility

OGILVIE Construction has confirmed work is underway on a £17 million project to build new homes and a care facility for Midlothian Council in...

Work underway on project to transform 19th century Edinburgh station

WORK is underway to transform Edinburgh's historic Granton Station into a creative workspace in a £4.75 million project. The work, led by Kier Construction, forms...

Major study proves ‘beyond doubt’ that flexible working is possible in construction

AN 18-month study into the feasibility of flexible working in the construction industry has revealed a series of positive results. BAM Construct, BAM Nuttall, Skanska...

Scottish Water creates new home for badgers after site discovery

SCOTTISH Water engineers have created an artificial replica sett for a clan of badgers discovered on a site marked for construction works. The animals were...

Planned solar farm to provide Edinburgh Airport with 26% of its energy needs

AN 11-acre solar farm is to be constructed on Edinburgh Airport's airfield as part of a new sustainability strategy. The solar farm, which will be...

Lanarkshire nursery projects are child’s play for Morgan Sindall

MORGAN Sindall Construction has announced it has started work on two early years nurseries worth a combined total of £4 million for North Lanarkshire...

New guide advises on ‘complexity’ of professional indemnity insurance

THE Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has published a new guide on the issue of professional indemnity insurance (PII). The downloadable document outlines the current...

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A countryside property with a cornucopia of opportunities

By Jennifer Campbell, head of estate agency in DM Hall Baird Lumsden IT is quite unusual for a single property sale to so amply illustrate...

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