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A public law and net zero policy development expert has joined law firm Burness Paull. Richard Lockhart was previously general counsel of national infrastructure centre of expertise, Scottish Futures Trust.

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John Tutte is to join the board of Bellway as non-executive chairman designate on 1st March 2022. Mr Tutte will succeed Paul Hampden Smith, who will retire from the board as non-executive chairman on 1st April 2022, following almost nine years' service as a non-executive director.

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For the first time in over 150 years, Scottish Engineering has appointed its first female President. Aine Finlayson, director of manufacturing at Aggreko has been appointed by the executive board as the new president of Scottish Engineering at its annual executive meeting.

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Farrans has appointed Barry McLean as regional director for its civil engineering division in Scotland. Barry joins Farrans with extensive experience in a variety of senior positions for self-performing main contractors and previously worked in his native Scotland, the Middle East and South East Asi

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A public law and net zero policy development expert has joined law firm Burness Paull. Richard Lockhart was previously general counsel of national infrastructure centre of expertise, Scottish Futures Trust.

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Iain Drummond, a partner at Shepherd and Wedderburn, considers a recent case that provides lessons for the construction sector concerning the enforcement of adjudicators’ decisions by companies in liquidation. The recent case of John Doyle Construction (JDC) v Erith Contractors Limited provide

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Hitachi Construction Machinery UK (HCMUK) has appointed Iain McDowall as product support manager for Scotland. Iain McDowall joins HCMUK after a decade spent within the plant hire sector holding similar managerial roles at other high-profile companies.

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An Italian couple have won a nearly two-decade-long court battle over their neighbour's toilet flushing loudly in the night. The couple, from La Spezia, launched the case in 2003 shortly after their neighbours installed a new bathroom adjacent to the couple's bedroom.

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A team of 20 ‘wallunteers’ have been praised for playing a major role in restoring a key feature at one of Scotland’s most historic homes. To date, the group has repointed more than 150 square metres of wall at Bannockburn House, the magnificent 17th century mansion which Bonnie Pr

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Ministers in India rushed to inaugurate a new road with a shiny new plaque conveniently before a spade has been put in the ground.