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A developer could be set to lose millions of pounds after after it emerged that it may be forced to tear down an entire housing development because it far bigger than what it had permission for. UKS Group were given permission to build 13 three-bedroom houses and one two-bedroom house.
Cala Homes’ plans to create up to 412 new homes on the site of the former Jordanhill College campus could be challenged in court after members of the local community council requested a judicial review. The plans were already granted planning permission in principal by Glasgow City Council in
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-RMc2PLGmo&feature=youtu.be Professional services consulting firm WSP has delivered a white paper to the UK Government which outlines 10 measures to improve UK infrastructure, including a call for the creation of a cabinet member dedicated to infrastructure.
Humza Yousaf More than £15 million in grant funding has been awarded by active travel charity Sustrans Scotland for the creation of walking and cycling infrastructure in Scotland over the next year.
Edinburgh-based architectural firm LBA has secured planning for an exclusive development of three townhouses in a secluded location at Liberton Brae overlooking the Royal Observatory and Liberton Tower in Edinburgh’s south side area. The development of these innovative four-bedroom, two storey tow
Scotland's most senior judge has reversed a decision to reject plans for the construction of four offshore wind farms following an appeal by Scottish Ministers. The Lord President, Lord Carloway, sitting in the Inner House of the Court of Session, ruled that his colleague Lord Stewart was wrong to a
2017 is proving to be a very busy year already for Fife Architects and since January it has begun a number of new renovations which are currently in the initial design stage. Included here are three brief examples to showcase some of the different projects that it has been working on.
Court of Session SSE and the John Muir Trust (JMT) have reached a settlement in relation to court expenses incurred due to a dispute over a planned wind farm in the Highlands.
Stewart Milne Homes celebrates award for Troon development Stewart Milne Homes has been recognised at the Homes for Scotland Awards 2017, collecting the coveted Private Development of the Year (Large) Award for its development at Earl’s Green.
Archaeologists in South Korea digging at the foundations of a palace once inhabited by the nation’s ancient monarchs have found historic human remains under its walls which they claim could provide evidence of an local legend of people being buried alive under buildings in order to gain favour fro
Stuart Parker Morgan Sindall has appointed a new managing director for its construction business in Scotland.
Property investor M&G Real Estate has been granted planning consent for its £100 million office redevelopment at Corunna House in Glasgow. Under the plans, which were submitted to Glasgow City Council in January, the two existing block will be demolished to make way for a new 12-storey block co
New plans have been revealed for a mixed-use development on the outskirts of Ellon which will include almost 1,000 homes. The mixed-use development proposed for land at Cromleybank Farm consists of up to 980 houses, a quarter of which will be affordable, as well as 2 hectares of employment land, a s
Jan Astrand Tool hire specialist Speedy Hire has reported a return to profits following a period of losses and boardroom unrest.