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Jamie Mulligan shares his journey into construction and discusses how the trainee development programme at AS Homes was crucial to helping him realise his career ambitions. He also sheds light on the major skills shortage facing the construction sector and the importance of encouraging young people

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Fiona McLeod provides a brief overview of the changes introduced by the Scottish Government's revised code of conduct for property factors. On 14 July 2021, the Scottish Government published a revised Code of Conduct for Property Factors setting out the minimum standards to which factors should adhe

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As society resumes some of its former rhythms, people are keener than ever to embrace the benefits of local amenities. In this article, Queensberry Properties’ sales and marketing director, Hazel Davies, takes a closer look at the enduring popularity of urban living. As the UK’s vaccinat

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Andy Hadden, the co-founder of Tartan Leisure Ltd, the developer of Scotland's first artificial surfing facility, discusses how surfing's surge in popularity in Scotland is coinciding with the sport's inclusion in the Tokyo Olympic Games. As an ambassador for surfing in Scotland, and with

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Lawyer Susannah Donaldson considers the impact of the pandemic on gender pay gap figures reported by large construction businesses. The Covid-19 pandemic has somewhat skewed gender pay gap (GPG) figures reported by large construction businesses for the year 2020-21, with reductions in allowance

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Ivan McKee MSP, the Minister for Business, Trade, Tourism and Enterprise and chair of the Scottish Construction Leadership Forum, considers the priorities for building recovery from Covid-19. The construction industry touches every part of Scotland’s economy and is vital to our future prosperi

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Edward Dymock, associate architect at BDP’s Glasgow Studio and lead architect for EGIP’s redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street Station to the end of detail design, discusses how the new station was designed. There is no greater proof that People Make Glasgow than to see the city without

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Mike Harrison, creative director of HarrisonStevens, details his participation in an innovative collaboration that was undertaken as part of the What if...?/Scotland exhibition, originally designed to be staged at the Venice Biennale, but now on show at the V&A Dundee. What if…?/Scotland

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Having engaged in the Heat Networks (Scotland) Act since its earliest days, working with civil servants and ministers to provide the views of the renewables sector, Scottish Renewables highlights the work that was carried out and the teamwork that was necessary to achieve these wins.

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