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Plans to convert Lairhillock Lodge into homes given green light

Plans to convert Lairhillock Lodge near Stonehaven into two three-bedroom and three four-bedroom homes have been approved by Aberdeenshire Council.

Published 26 January 2021

Swan Group given green light for River Clyde apartment complex

Swan Group has been granted permission to build 151 flats beside Newhall Street in Glasgow’s East End.

Published 26 January 2021

Bellway to bring new affordable homes to Barrhead

Bellway is to deliver much needed new affordable homes on behalf of Barrhead Housing Association located on Blackbyres Road in the town.

Published 26 January 2021

Willie Miller

Willie Miller, the designer and urbanist who founded Willie Miller Urban Design (WMUD), passed away on January 12 after a short illness.

Published 25 January 2021

Stantec appoints John Owens as director of roads

Highly-experienced transport director John Owens has joined the UK transport team at Stantec as director of roads.

Published 25 January 2021

Falkirk Council confirms £332m five year housing spend

A massive spend in Falkirk Council’s housing stock has been agreed with £332 million committed over the next five years for improvements to existing homes and provision of additional homes.

Published 25 January 2021

Plans put forward for £46m full-rebuild of Peebles High School

Scottish Borders Council is being recommended to back proposals for a £46 million full-rebuild of Peebles High School.

Published 25 January 2021

Consultation begins into residential-led development at Seafield

Developers behind proposals for a residential-led development at Edinburgh's Seafield Road are to give the public a chance to have their say.

Published 25 January 2021

Steve Dougherty

Shoosmiths has paid tribute to its former head of real estate Steve Dougherty, who passed away last week at the age of 59 following a battle with cancer.

Published 25 January 2021

'Overwhelming support’ for regulation of electricians as second consultation launches

The Scottish Joint Industry Board (SJIB) said there is now “overwhelming industry support” for regulation of the electrical industry and is urging more professionals to make their voices heard.

Published 25 January 2021

Legal & General unveils real estate portfolio net zero strategy

LGIM Real Assets has published its strategy to deliver net zero carbon across its 76 million sq ft UK real estate portfolio by 2050.

Published 25 January 2021

Kingdom Housing Association renews consultants framework

Kingdom Housing Association (KHA) has appointed a number of consultants to its new Consultant Services Framework in support of its ambitious new build affordable housing programme.

Published 25 January 2021

Kubota strengthens aftermarket team with new additions

Kubota (UK) Ltd has made two new appointments to its aftermarket team as part of continued investment in its aftersales support.

Published 25 January 2021

Council to appeal 'simply ridiculous' listed status for Aberdeen high-rises

A decision by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) to award category A listing status to eight post-war multi-storey flats in Aberdeen is set to be appealed by the local authority.

Published 25 January 2021

Lisa Dromgoole: Steps construction firms can take to mitigate materials shortages

Womble Bond Dickinson managing associate, Lisa Dromgoole, on steps construction firms can take to mitigate materials shortages in light of Brexit.

Published 25 January 2021