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Union issues warning over ‘greenhouse’ crane cabs as temperatures rise

UNITE has written to construction firms to seek assurances that safety measures are in place to ensure crane drivers are not being placed at...

Construction firms urged to avoid using Covid-19 as excuse to ‘race to the bottom’

CONSTRUCTION companies have been urged not to use the Covid-19 crisis as an excuse to return to a 'culture of corner cutting'. The Building Engineering...

Plans launched for build of 42 flats in Gallowgate area of Glasgow

PLANS have been lodged for the build of 42 flats and two retail units in the Gallowgate area of Glasgow. If successful, current retail units...

Perthshire timber business secures new funding package

GLENALMOND Timber has received £600,000 in CBILS funding from Royal Bank of Scotland to help safeguard the future of the business following the Covid-19 pandemic.   The Perthshire-based...

‘Rogue gothic’ tenements in Midlothian set for £440,105 repair works

A historic building grant of £330,079 has been awarded to properties in the town centre of Penicuik following applications to the fund from nine...

£40m new Queensferry High School handed over

THE £40 million Queensferry High School has been completed ahead of the start of the new academic year. Delivered for the City of Edinburgh Council...

Fife council hails building services construction apprentices for work during pandemic

FIFE Council has hailed their building services construction apprentices for their work to help deliver critical services to the Fife community during the Covid-19...

Dundee secures further £2m in funding for physical distancing works

DUNDEE has secured a further £2 million in funding to support physical distancing in the city. The city's council confirmed that its application to the...

CICV Forum marks double milestone

THE Construction Industry Coronavirus (CICV) Forum has revealed it is celebrating a double milestone. The organisation has signed up its 100th individual member and is releasing its 50th piece...

Work to begin on £22m Helensburgh Waterfront Development

PREPARATORY work on the Helensburgh Waterfront Development will commence on Monday August 10, Argyll and Bute Council has confirmed. The £22 million project will see...

Caledonia Housing Association lands £1m joint local authority care and repair contract

CALEDONIA Housing Association has been appointed by Perth and Kinross Council and Angus Council to deliver care & repair services to residents in a £1...

Glasgow’s Financial Services District set for £1.2m upgrade

GLASGOW City Council has approved over £1.268 million IPG12 (developers' contribution) funding for the delivery and ongoing maintenance of a new public realm in...

Green light given for High Street station upgrade

GLASGOW City Council has approved an award of up to £10 million city deal funding to Transport Scotland for the planned refurbishment of High...

Heriot-Watt University to study marine life connected to North Sea infrastructure

MARINE scientists from Heriot-Watt's International Centre for Island Technology (ICIT) on Orkney are working with scientists from around the UK to investigate marine life...

Scottish Government urged to stop ‘shilly shally’ approach to landslide-hit road

THE leader of Argyll and Bute Council has called on Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon to take 'immediate and permanent' action following another landslide...

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The benefits of getting back into the office

Alan Gordon, senior partner of DM Hall based in the Glasgow North office. RUMOURS of the death of the office as we know it may be...

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