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Keepmoat’s regeneration team in Scotland has secured £23 million of contracts in the last quarter - its most successful period of tendering to date. The new business wins include work programmes aimed at improving the energy efficiency of social housing properties on behalf of councils in Renfrew

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A renewable energy firm has won its appeal against the rejection of plans for its proposed wind farm near Langholm. RES had planned to construct a 15-turbine wind farm at Solwaybank, close to Scotland's border with England, but the scheme was refused by Dumfries and Galloway Council due to "seismic"

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The number of new homes in the UK has continued to increase on last year's high volumes, according to new figures released by the NHBC. A total of 137,500 new homes were registered across the UK for the rolling 12 months (Sept 2013 - August 2014).

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A historic Glasgow office block has been brought into the 21st century following a £1.9 million facelift. The Culzean Building has undergone major renovations which have included the introduction of air conditioning and the owners have now launched a search for new tenants.

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RICS Scotland 2015 Awards Launch The RICS Awards showcase the very best projects from throughout Scotland in areas which include; Community Benefit, Design through Innovation, Residential, Infrastructure, Tourism and Leisure, Commercial, Building Conservation and Regeneration.

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The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has kicked off a month long visit of building sites around the UK aimed at reducing ill health, death and injury in the industry. The initiative will see unannounced visits to sites where refurbishment projects or repair works are underway.

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Building contractors remain in high demand in Scotland, with research showing that many employers are keen to secure their services. The Bank of Scotland’s new Report on Jobs suggests that construction workers and engineering staff were the most highly sought-after job candidates during August, in

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The opening of two primary school in Midlothian has moved a step closer after plans were submitted to the local authority. Midlothian Council is pressing forward with plans to open an eight classroom primary school and nursery in Bilston as well as one on land east of Whitehouse Way in Gorebridge. P

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