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Morgan Sindall appointed to deliver two more Edinburgh schools

MORGAN Sindall Construction has started work on two new integrated primary and early years schools projects for The City of Edinburgh Council worth a...

Details emerge of Scotland’s new Covid-19 tiered restrictions

FIRST Minister Nicola Sturgeon has provided details of Scotland's new five-level tiered system of Covid-19 restrictions, which are due to come into force in...

Plans launched for build of ‘unique’ entrance tower at casino

PLANS have been lodged for the build of an access tower at Alea Casino in Glasgow's Springfield Quay leisure park. The proposals would allow for...

Traces of Covid-19 detected in Scottish waste water

THE Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has identified Covid-19 ribonucleic acid (RNA) traces in Scottish waste water. The aim of the exploratory work was to detect...

FMB call for greater clarity on lockdown restrictions

THE Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has called on greater clarity from the UK and devolved governments in regards to the timetable and nature...

Further funding for ‘greatest transformation’ of Glasgow city centre in a generation

GLASGOW City Council has accepted £21.3 million in funding from Sustrans for its avenues plus project. The project will cover five routes on the fringes...

Build of ‘transformative’ manufacturing district progressing well

THE build of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) is progressing well, Renfrewshire Council has said. Wills Bros Civil Engineering is currently delivering new...

Glasgow city centre to be transformed as 30-year vision approved

GLASGOW City Council has approved the strategic development framework (SDF) for its city centre. The SDF will guide the development of the city centre over...

JCB gives staff extra day’s holiday to mark anniversary

CONSTRUCTION equipment giant JCB has announced that its employees around the world will receive an extra day’s holiday to mark the firm’s 75th birthday. The...

Edinburgh tram project completed in less time than £11.3m inquiry investigating its delays

THE ongoing Edinburgh tram inquiry has cost £11.3 million, the Scottish Government has revealed following a freedom of information request. The inquiry was first announced...

Site manager claims eleventh industry award

MACTAGGART & Mickel site manager Stuart Gillespie has won a major industry award. Stuart, senior site manager at the housebuilder's Greenan Views development in Doonfoot,...

‘People right to be furious’ say unions following collapse of major offshore wind deal

THE collapse of a deal for the manufacture of turbine jackets to support a major offshore wind project has been called a 'political failure'...

Electrical regulation tipped to bring safety and economic benefits

TRADE association SELECT has told a parliamentary consultation that regulating the electrical industry in Scotland would bring safety and economic benefits. The organisation revealed it...

Latest Build Lanarkshire programme set to begin

BUILD Lanarkshire, a programme that guides local construction businesses on how to win new work from both the public sector and Scotland’s Tier One...

Network Rail’s SME spending exceeds £2.5 billion

NETWORK Rail's SME spending has exceeded £2.5 billion in a single financial year for the first time. The rail management firm spent 35.6% of its...

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Improving commercial credit control for businesses

By Ellie Campbell, a freelance content writer and campaign manager for Ross & Liddell IN an ideal world, credit would run smoothly through any business....

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