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The crimes of cowboy builders are well publicised, but a new study has found that rogue traders may well be out-numbered by rogue customers. Customers having a cavalier attitude towards tradesmen’s safety and wellbeing is common, as are attempts to belittle their expertise, but the worst behaviour

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Alistair Dean The 2016 case of Beumer revolved around a major construction project at Gatwick Airport and provides clarity on whether an adjudicator should, during an adjudication, disclose to the parties that he or she is also acting as an adjudicator in a separate adjudication involving one of the

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A previously completed project by Hadden Construction in Perth Hadden Construction to build £4.7m Perth motorstore

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The HQ and main manufacturing site of CMS Window Systems CMS Window Systems wins Queen's Award for Enterprise

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Scotland needs a planning system which nurtures growth and unlocks the potential of our people and places according to the Scottish Government. So what can we, or should we, expect from the draft planning bill which is expected to be introduced in the autumn, asks Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie’

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Green light for Inverclyde Early Years Centre Planning approval has been granted for a new build Early Years Centre in Greenock for Inverclyde Council.

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Glasgow City Council approves redevelopment of bridge to Finnieston The red pedestrian footbridge at Glasgow's SEC - nicknamed the 'Smartie Tube' - is to undergo a £5 million upgrade.

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North Lanarkshire park's iron-age history comes to life in new play area A spectacular iron-age crannog will be the centrepiece of a new play facility being installed at Drumpellier Country Park.

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