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Council calls for ferry tender process to be ‘immediately halted’

INVERCLYDE Council has called for the ferry tender process being carried out by Caledonian Maritime Assets (CMAL) to be 'immediately halted'. It comes after the...

Cruden backs cookbook aimed at raising funds for primary school

A cookbook hoping to raise funds for Aberlady Primary School has received the backing of Cruden Homes. The firm, which is currently building a nearby...

Progress made on £8m project to limit flood risk on Dumfries rail line

WORK is progression on an £8 million project to reduce the risk of flooding and landslips on the rail line between Sanquhar and Dumfries. The...

Taylor Wimpey secures land for next phase of Winchburgh masterplan

LAND has been acquired for the build of 101 new homes in Winchburgh, Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has announced. Located off Duntarvie Castle Road, the...

GRAHAM welcomes new graduate apprentices

GRAHAM has welcomed the 'next generation of talent' from its graduate apprenticeship programme. The scheme gives the those at the firm the opportunity to gain...

Offshore energy workers could soon be protected by unmanned rescue vessel

AN unmanned rescue vessel could soon be deployed to protect operatives working on offshore energy sites. It comes as part of a collaboration between Edinburgh...

New CECA Scotland chair appointed

MARK Bramley of Alness-based Pat Munro has been appointed chair of the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) Scotland. He succeeds David Ross, MD of George...

Glasgow unveils £30 billion ‘Greenprint’ investment plan to boost net zero goals

GLASGOW City Council has launched a £30 billion portfolio of investment projects designed to aid the city's ambition of becoming net zero by 2030. The...

hub South West CEO steps down after overseeing over £1 billion of projects

MICHAEL McBrearty is stepping down as CEO of hub South West Scotland after eight-and-a-half years in the role. His decision has been made to allow...

Castlemilk development gives rise to range of community benefits

A new housing development in Castlemilk, Glasgow, has provided a number of apprenticeship and employment opportunities for the local community. The project, which is on...

Housebuilder unveils new properties designed to meet demand for home working space

HOUSEBUILDER Dandara has announced it is launching a new range of homes in response to greater demand for home working space and flexibility. The Island...

SSE to use AI technology to monitor puffin numbers

ENERGY firm SSE is trialling 'cutting edge' AI technology in a bid to keep count of puffin numbers in areas around its projects. The flying squad initiative...

Construction of £150m residual waste treatment plant on schedule

A new £150 million energy from waste facility is on track to open in Spring 2022, Aberdeen City Council has announced. Being built by Spanish...

Grangemouth Oil Refinery to go net zero in £1 billion project

PLANS totalling £1 billion have been unveiled to transform Grangemouth Oil Refinery to net zero. The facility, which produces 210,000 barrels of crude oil daily,...

Construction starts on £4.5m complex care development in West Lothian

CRUDEN Building East has started construction work at a new £4.5 million complex care housing development in West Lothian. West Lothian Council’s project at Cawburn...