Guy Marsden Guy Marsden, director at Highbridge Properties, who are developing the Magenta site in partnership with Clyde Gateway, says developing new workplaces is equally vital to delivering new homes.
John Forbes CECA Scotland member John Forbes outlines how Scottish SMEs could be adversely affected by the overly complex procurement practices coming down the line via the UK government’s £30 billion Crown Commercial Services Construction Works ‘Vehicle'.
Allan Callaghan As the construction sector becomes more diverse and lucrative, there is still more work needed to ensure it is viewed as a genuine career option for those seeking an aspirational career, says Allan Callaghan.
Lynsey Reid outlines the “agent of change” principle in planning policy. On 16 February 2018 researchers from the Universities of Edinburgh, Newcastle and Turku in Finland published the UK’s first live music venue census. The survey found that 29% of small music venues (defined as those with l
SCN speaks to five female members of the architectural team at Mactaggart & Mickel Homes about their roles, balancing home and work priorities, and why designing houses is not ‘plain vanilla’. Contributors:
Having worked on projects for some of the world’s largest companies, negotiated a management buyout and played a part in delivering a multi award-winning building, Jeanette MacIntyre shares her story with SCN. Give us an overview of your career so far
After studying architecture, Anna Chambers saw a different route into construction with Perceptive Communicators, a firm with extensive experience of raising the profile of clients in the industry. Tell me a bit about your career, and how you got to be where you are today?
Charles Livingstone and Adam McCabe from Brodies discuss the Competition and Markets Authority’s plans to tackle anti-competition cartels in the construction sector. In the past two years the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has fined businesses over £150 million. With an increase in ti