And Finally

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Graeme Cameron, operations director for Robertson FM, with daughter Eve, who thinks his job is brilliant Infrastructure giant Robertson Group brought a new meaning to the phrase ‘family run’ as employees welcomed their children to the workplace last week.

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Architects have unveiled proposals to create a self-sufficient group of floating modular pyramids for people seeking a ‘new offshore living experience’. Waya is a conceptual project from Lazzarini Design that is currently crowdfunding its first prototypes by offering investors citizenship of Way

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With governments north and south of the Border pledging to build thousands of new homes every year, AXA Insurance has asked the public what they think homes will look like in 5, 10 and 20 years’ time. Homes of Today – A mishmash of work and leisure

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A family is being ordered out of their three-bedroom property near Blairgowrie after it emerged the previous owner built it without planning permission. Peter Brown is battling a Perth and Kinross Council enforcement order that demands he stops using the property as a house within 180 days or face p

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A super strong and greener concrete has been created at a British university with the help of wonder-material graphene, which the researchers behind it claim is twice as strong as traditional concrete and made while slashing the high carbon emissions produced by the construction sector.

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Tourists will soon be able to boldly go where no holidaymakers have gone before thanks to the launch of the first-ever luxury hotel in space. Guests at the Aurora Station will be treated to zero gravity thrills and stunning views of Earth - for just $9.5 million (£6.7m).

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TTC Land Estate Investment Group and Royal HaskoningDHV have signed a contract for the design of an artificial island in a new Special Economic Zone in the South West of Vietnam. Designed in the shape of Vietnam’s national flower, Lotus Island will be located at the South East coast of Phu Quoc Is

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Already home to several underwater restaurants, an underwater spa, and underwater guest rooms, The Maldives is now set to get its first fully submerged villa. Dubbed “The Muraka,” or coral in the Maldivian language of Dhivehi, the exclusive residence will be located at the Conrad Maldives Rangal

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Architects at BIG have released plans for a new zigzag-shaped hotel in Switzerland from which guests will be invited to descend from the roof on skis towards the slopes of Vallée de Joux. Called Audemars Piguet Hotel des Horlogers, the complex will include hotel rooms, two restaurants, a bar, a spa

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A multi-million-pound building project currently under way in Dundee has had to reapply for planning permission because the developers wanted to raise the roof height by a mere 10 inches.

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The boss of a Highland civil engineering firm is helping a cash-strapped council by filling in potholes for free. Mark Armstrong realised he could use leftover asphalt from road laying jobs his staff had completed elsewhere. Now he fills in potholes in his local area, paying his workers for the extr

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Balfour Beatty Summer Placement student and sharpshooter David McMath has won Commonwealth gold in the men's ‘Double Trap’ shooting event for Scotland at the Commonwealth Games in Bisbane after an exciting final.

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