Keith Geddes Keith Geddes discusses the Planning Bill and the potential for the community right to appeal being introduced and slowing up house building in Scotland even further.
Eric Curran Eric Curran talks about how the Scottish property market is shaping up in 2018.
Michael Conroy In light of the recent woes brought on in part by delays in high risk construction projects, Harper Macleod's head of construction, Michael Conroy, compares the Scots and English law positions in relation to 'concurrent delays' and suggests practical steps to be taken by parties to co
Rebecca Barrass Rebecca Barrass looks at the details of a UK government consultation reviewing changes to construction legislation.
Blog: With city centre offices in short supply, being forced to look elsewhere might be a blessing in disguise
By Guy Marsden, director at Highbridge Properties PLC Ask any commercial property agent about the current market for Grade A office space in Glasgow city centre, and they’ll tell you that there’s high demand, low supply and no speculative new-build development.
Craig Bradshaw Craig Bradshaw gives his top 10 tips for reviewing design responsibility in construction contracts.
Keith Brown on a visit to the new River Don Crossing construction site Cabinet secretary for economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, says the £745 million Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is due to be completed by the spring and is already delivering benefits to local communities.
Keith Brown at opening of the new M8/M73/M74 Cabinet secretary for economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown, looks back on transport investment over the last ten years and looks to 2018.
Kevin Stewart Housing minister Kevin Stewart on why the Scottish Government is giving both property factors and homeowners the opportunity to respond to its consultation on a draft revised Code of Conduct.
Archie Waters Archie Waters from The Dispute Centre provides a piece for the Scottish Alliance for People and Places about the potential role of mediation in the planning system.
John Langley In order to meet its goal of delivering 50,000 new affordable homes by 2021, the Scottish Government urgently needs to encourage companies to invest in sustainable, affordable and efficient methods of housebuilding, writes John Langley.
A blog on Inverness by the Scottish Cities Alliance featuring The West Link as it opens to traffic and Inverness Airport Business Park's opportunities. A vital piece of infrastructure has opened in Inverness which will boost economic growth and ease congestion.
Ian Manson By Ian Manson, chief executive, Clyde Gateway
Amanda Byrne Amanda Byrne details her experience of being a woman working in the construction sector.
Jim Fitzsimons, project director at Countesswells Jim Fitzsimons calls on property developers and authorities to work together to improve Scotland’s “woefully inadequate” digital infrastructure.