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Edinburgh heritage body the Cockburn Association has launched a series of thought-pieces under the heading Our Unique City: Our Past, Our City, Our Future to generate a civic conversation that looks to address the many challenges facing the capital now and in the immediate future. Paper One –

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Jim MacDonald, chief executive of Architecture and Design Scotland, explains why a design-based approach is an effective way of getting to people to work collaboratively, which will make a difference both to the quality of our places and the future of our planet.  Architecture & Design

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Corporate social responsibility is easy to dismiss as one of those bureaucratic boxes that need ticked, but if you spend some time talking to your employees, you will find that the majority have a passionate concern for something outside of work, writes Alastair Wallace, senior partner at Scottish c

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Kier's MD Brian McQuade on how initiatives like Open Doors can give young people an insight into the world of construction. Addressing the skills shortage remains a key priority right across the construction industry. While the sector has become one that is incredibly diverse and significantly more

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Queensberry Properties’ land and development director, Fraser Lynes, says there’s no need for our cities to continue expanding outwards, when Scotland has plenty of urban land available for redevelopment. For almost a century, people have worried about suburban sprawl and the growth of o

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