Andy Monteith By Andy Monteith, head of construction at Baker Tilly
Vaughan Hart The latest figures from the Insolvency Service are encouraging, showing a 20 per cent decline in the number of Scottish building companies forced into compulsory liquidation during the 12 months to June 2015. In total, 119 Scottish construction businesses failed during that period, down
Phil Ford By Phil Ford, CITB's strategic partnerships director for Scotland.
Craig McLaren RTPI Scotland director, Craig McLaren, looks to stimulate a discussion on where planning and planners can support social justice.
Andrew Milne Edinburgh's tenements are a vital part of a vibrant city. Andrew Milne asks isn't it time we started looking after them?
By Jonathan Henson, Savills head of rural in Scotland The Land Reform Bill, published in the Scottish Parliament this week, is a punctuation point in landownership history, with the proposed Bill being a starting point for further reforms. It establishes a Land Commission whose remit is to deliver a
James Forbes Successful cities are those cities with a feel about them - a ‘buzz in the air’. A city which embraces creativity, industry and innovation will be a successful city: capable of attracting the best businesses, the best people and competing on a European scale.
Jonathan Seddon The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 ("CDM15") came into force on 6 April 2015.
Alan Burns By Alan Burns, divisions manager for City Building
By Puja Bhardwaj, assistant site manager for BAM Construction Despite the lingering stereotypes of the construction industry, I urge young people to consider a career in this dynamic, creative and technologically advanced industry that shapes the world we live in. There is a vast array of different
Hew Edgar By Hew Edgar, policy manger (Scotland) at RICS
Hew Edgar By Hew Edgar, RICS, policy manger (Scotland)
Ian Taylor By Ian Taylor, PfH Scotland
Darina Kerr Darina Kerr, a partner at law firm CMS, discusses impending changes to the operation of judicial review in Scotland.
Vaughan Hart By Vaughan Hart, managing director at Scottish Building Federation