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Shetland Island Council contracts Danish firm for £2.8m energy plant upgrade

SHETLAND Island Council has agreed terms with Danish company Babcok & Wilcox Volund A/S for the £2,886,000 essential upgrade to the Lerwick Energy Recovery...

Council urges locals to have their say on £3.5 billion blueprint

NORTH Lanarkshire Council is encouraging residents to have their say on proposals to create new town hubs across the constituency. The hubs form part of...

Robertson receives green light for build of 81 new homes in Elgin

ROBERTSON Homes has been granted planning permission by Moray Council for the build of 81 homes in Elgin. The development at Lesmurdie Fields will see...

Glasgow receives £2.3m to transform 61 hectares of waste ground

GLASGOW City Council has received £2.316 million in funding from the Scottish Government to help reduce the amount of vacant and derelict land in...

Stirling insulation manufacturer scoops top industry award

INSULATION manufacturer Superglass has been named Company of the Year by Scottish Engineering. Due to Covid-19, the annual award dinner couldn’t take place this year,...

Double promotion strengthens housebuilder’s central Scotland sales team

STEWART Mine Homes has bolstered its sales team in central Scotland with the promotion of Tony Williamson to the role of sales and marketing...

Council warns that £10m contract for pier upgrade may be terminated

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar, the local authority for the Outer Hebrides, has said that it may need to re-tender for the improvement works at...

Renewed calls for HS2 to be connected to Scotland

THE High Speed Rail Group has submitted a proposal to the UK Government calling for a £4.5 - £6 million feasibility study to explore...

Queensferry community to have its say on proposals for new development

A housebuilder is encouraging the community in and around Queensferry to provide feedback on plans for a significant new development. CALA Homes (East) is hosting...

Restoration of bridge between Scotland and England begins

THE Union Chain Bridge, which spans the River Tweed between the Scottish Borders and Northumberland, has closed until 2022 as engineers prepare to start...

Major transaction highlights ‘resilience’ of private rental sector in Scotland

A residential portfolio comprising 118 properties across Scotland's central belt has been sold by Places for People to private clients of Tay Letting for...

Gift boxes make moving day easier for social housing residents

THE JR Group has launched a new initiative that will provide new social housing residents the firm has built homes for with a welcome...

Planning permission granted for new Bearsden school

PLANNING permission to build the new Boclair Academy in Bearsden has been granted at an East Dunbartonshire Council planning board meeting. The decision means that...

Ogilvie Construction celebrates expanded role on hub programme

OGILVIE Construction has announced it has been appointed to hub South West Scotland’s supply chain as a Tier 1B Contractor. This means Ogilvie can bid...

Contractor adds to senior team with new operations manager

STEPHEN Sharpe has been appointed operations manager at akp. Sharpe has been involved in a number of multi-million pound fit-out projects around the world and...

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Outdoor learning gives children a healthy view of the world

By Kath MacTaggart, a landscape architect at BDP Glasgow studio RAISED in the rural south west of Scotland, I remember only too well wet playtimes...

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