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Council formally expresses ‘deep concern’ over impact of road closures

ARGYLL and Bute Council has formally expressed its 'deep concern' over the impact of closures to the A83 Rest and Be Thankful and the...

Project receives boost as rock climbing wall funding secured

A project to create an indoor climbing facility in Inverness has secured £200,000 in funding from the Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). The rock climbing...

Pat Munro to undertake £408,476 works at Enterprise Park Forres

THE Highlands and Island Enterprise (HIE) has approved a £408,476 investment to start the next stage of development at Enterprise Park Forres. A road extension,...

Construction to benefit from £25m national transition training fund

CONSTRUCTION is amongst sectors set to benefit from support through the Scottish Government's £25 million national transition training fund. The fund aims to support retraining...

Scotland’s railway on track for £16m upgrade over Christmas

SCOTLAND'S railway is to benefit from more than £16 million of investment over Christmas and New Year, Network Rail has announced. The investment will see...

Lack of knowledge on nuclear sites to cost ‘generations’ of UK taxpayers

'MASSIVE' failed contracts, 'weak' UK Government oversight and a 'perpetual' lack of knowledge on the state of nuclear sites will cost 'generations' of UK...

Dirtpot Corner improvement project scoops award

A £2.2 million project which improved a notorious stretch of the A72 road has won a national award. The Dirtpot Corner improvement works, led by...

Area of land with space for 300 houses marketed for sale by council

AN 18-hectare site within the south Cumbernauld community growth area (CGA) is being marketed for sale for housing by North Lanarkshire Council. The local authority...

Council outlines plan to invest £8.8m in school building improvements

MORAY Council has set out its plan to invest £8.8 million in improving its school buildings in the next financial year. Almost £5 million of...

Pop-up cycle lane to close to allow for construction access at fire-damaged site

A section of a spaces for people pop-up cycle lane in Glasgow is to temporarily close to allow for construction access in connection with...

Logistics giant agrees terms on Renfrew move

CANMOOR has announced it has welcomed Agility Logistics to Westway Park in a major deal for the developer. Relocating from Linwood to Renfrew, Agility has...

Edinburgh Council to consider ‘radical’ plan to build sustainable future

THE City of Edinburgh Council is set to consider a 'radical' plan to build a more sustainable future as the capital grows in the...

Cushman & Wakefield confirms Scottish promotions

CUSHMAN & Wakefield has strengthened its Scottish operation with two promotions. Claire Peebles and Conor Nisbet, who are both based in the Glasgow office, have...

CHAP Construction begins work on £2m development

CHAP Construction has commenced work on Angus Council's new housing development in Arbroath. The local authority said that the 14 one-bedroom council flats at Mayfield...

University of Edinburgh announces £5m green projects investment

THE University of Edinburgh has announced an investment of £5 million in green projects through HSBC's green deposits programme. The initiative aims to help businesses...

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Urban or suburban – the eternal dilemma

We often think of flight to the suburbs as a modern phenomenon, but a conflict has raged for centuries between urban and suburban living....

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