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Summers-Inman relocates to larger Scottish HQ

SUMMERS-Inman has opened a new Scottish HQ in Edinburgh as part of the firm's Scottish growth plan. The construction and property consultants have taken a...

Scottish National Investment Bank open for business

THE Scottish National Investment Bank has been officially launched. Described as the UK’s first mission-led development bank, it is being capitalised by the Scottish Government...

Contract awarded for £47.5m Peterhead substation

  BALFOUR Beatty has landed a £47.5 million contract to design and build a 400 kV substation in Peterhead on behalf of SSEN Transmission. The project...

Glasgow developer bolsters senior management team

SIMPLY UK, a Glasgow-based real estate developer and owner of care home provider Morar Living, has announced an expansion of its senior management team. Andy...

Thomas & Adamson to relocate from long-standing offices

THOMAS & Adamson has confirmed the business is moving to new offices after more than 85 years at Wemyss place Edinburgh and 40 years at...

Freyssinet lands tunnel lining contract for Glasgow Subway

FREYSSINET has been awarded a five-year contract to carry out tunnel lining improvement works as part of the modernisation of Glasgow Subway. The contract, awarded...

BAM FM lands three-year repair and maintenance deal with North Ayrshire Council

BAM FM has been appointed by North Ayrshire Council to a three-year contract to maintain and repair heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems. As part...

Wemyss Properties completes first industrial property development acquisition

WEMYSS Properties has completed its first industrial property development acquisition at Hagmill Road, adjacent to Centrum Business Park in Coatbridge. The 1.81-hectare site was purchased...

Construction output rises for fifth consecutive month

UK construction output grew by 2.9% in September, according to the latest figures released by the ONS. The rise was driven by increases in new work...

Scottish housing market remains ‘exceptionally active’

NEW research has revealed demand remained 'strong' in Scotland’s housing market last month. The October 2020 RICS Residential Market Survey did, however, reveal that key indicators...

Report highlights ‘key role’ infrastructure plays in Scottish Government’s wider goals

A new report has been published detailing the Scottish Futures Trust's (SFT) progress in supporting the Scottish Government's national performance framework. The document highlights that,...

Aberdeen City Council signs up to scheme that funds employment of young people

A job creation scheme designed to support young people into employment is being backed by Aberdeen City Council. The local authority has signed up to...

Tillicoultry Quarries poised to buy 14 sites from Breedon

TILLICOULTRY Quarries has agreed the purchase of 14 sites from Breedon Group. The move follows concerns by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) that Breedon...

New SPF chair sets out key aims

MICHAELA Sullivan, the new chair of the Scottish Property Federation (SPF), has outlined her commitment to press for 'sustainable economic growth'. Ms Sullivan starts her...

SNIPEF becomes accredited Living Wage employer

THE Scottish and Northern Ireland Plumbing Employers Federation (SNIPEF) has marked Living Wage Week by becoming accredited as a Living Wage employer. Its Living Wage...

Engineering specialist reports ‘strong’ set of financial results

EDWIN James Group has reported 'strong' trading as the engineering and technical services business said growth has been experienced across all core market sectors. The...

Furniture and fit-out specialist increases turnover to £18 million

DEANESTOR, a contract furniture and fit-out specialist with operations in Dunfermline, has announced a 12.5% increase in turnover to £18 million in the last financial...

Financial impact of Covid-19 on Edinburgh tram project revealed

A final economic case for Edinburgh's trams to Newhaven project has been released by the city's council. The final business case includes the impact of...

£10m contract terminated after firm failed to return to site following Covid shutdown

THE £10 million contract for improvement works at Lochmaddy Pier in North Uist has been terminated, Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has announced. The Western Isles...
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Trade body backs consultation findings on cash retentions

THE Specialist Engineering Contractors’ (SEC) Group Scotland has welcomed the results of the Scottish Government's consultation on cash retentions. The trade body said analysis of...