The A90/A937 south junction Angus councillors have given the green light to a multi-million pound Montrose business park after rejecting a Scottish Government planning condition regarding a Laurencekirk transport junction.
A construction firm has called on the Scottish Government to overturn a decision to reject its plans for a housing development at an ancient Perthshire 17th Century battleground. Ribbon Homes wants to build 12 houses on land off Marlefield Grove in Tibbermore, near Perth – a site which forms part
Industry body Scottish Renewables has identified six key innovation areas that could drive the future of sustainable energy in the UK. The organisation’s Innovation Paper reveals a 'world-leading' energy system could be delivered if a five-year £500 million fund pledged by the UK Government is us
Dr Quazi Mahtab Zaman Architecture students at Robert Gordon University (RGU) have been tasked with developing ideas to promote a sense of neighbourhood in two council housing tower blocks in Aberdeen.
The i360 tower in Brighton has been declared the thinnest building in the world. With a diameter of 12.7ft (3.9m), the city’s tallest building won a place in the Guinness World Records as the “most slender tower”.
BAM has introduced a new five-year strategy to bring “a more disciplined focus” to its projects after successfully completing its ‘Back in Shape’ restructuring programme. Financial results for 2015 released this morning showed that BAM’s UK construction and property business returned a £2
A planning application to build an urban village of almost 900 units on the site of Aberdeen’s derelict Broadford Works has been submitted to the local authority. An application for planning permission in principle by architects Cooper Cromar on behalf of Ferness Investment Holdings calls for the
A £100 million spending programme designed to improve communities and services has been outlined by Falkirk Council for the next three years. The capital programme, which will see continuation of existing projects as well as new ones started, was announced yesterday as the local authority agreed it
CECA Inspiring Change winners and sponsors at the Parliamentary event Graham Construction has won the prestigious ‘Inspiring Change in the Workplace’ award from the Civil Engineering Contractors Association (CECA) for promoting Fairness, Inclusion and Respect (FIR).
China has launched its biggest search for aliens yet, which will uproot more than 9,000 people to build the world's largest telescope. Work on the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST) began in 2011 and is expected to finish in September.