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Winners crowned at Scottish Home Awards 2017

The Scottish Home Awards 2017, which saw housebuilders from across the country crowned in a number of categories, took place in Glasgow recently. 19 awards …

Shettleston development scoops top industry award

A new Glasgow development of 29 amenity flats has won a top award at the Scottish Home Awards. The flats, located at Fernan Gardens in Shettleston, were …

Esh Border Construction completes multi-million pound social housing project

Esh Border Construction recently completed work on a “key” social housing project for Scottish Borders Housing Association. The project delivered 60 new …

Permission granted for new Bargeddie housing development

Planning permission has been granted for a new 160-home development at Glasgow Road, Bargeddie. North Lanarkshire Council granted full planning permission to …

CITB confirms lower levy rate ahead of consensus vote

The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) in Scotland has confirmed it will cut the levy it collects from employers in 2018-20. The levy will be cut from …

Review set for Scottish regulations following Grenfell Tower fire

The Scottish Government has confirmed that a ministerial working group will be launched to review Scottish regulations in the wake of the tragic fire at …

Football event nets thousands for charity

AN Edinburgh-based construction consultancy has raised more than £6000 for charity after hosting a five-a-side football tournament for businesses in central …

Construction firm marks £2 billion Scottish milestone

GRAHAM Group has announced a major milestone with the delivery of more than £2 billion worth of projects in Scotland. The news was revealed as the company …

Electrical firm founder honoured for presentation skills

THE founder and managing director of an East Kilbride-based electrical business has won a “best presentation” accolade at hub South West business …

Industry body voices concerns over ‘flatlining’ housing output

AN industry body claims housing output “continues to flatline” in Scotland in the wake of new figures which showed just a 1% rise in homes built in …