Planning approval has been granted for the development of a further 177 houses and apartments in Pennywell, north west Edinburgh. Urban Union’s second phase plans for the Pennywell Living development is part of an overall vision with the City of Edinburgh Council to deliver approximately 719 homes
Gullane Golf Club was able to tee off as host of this year’s Scottish Open by showcasing the results of a major clubhouse renovation. Esh Border Construction was asked to transform the East Lothian facility prior to Gullane being named host of the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open Championsh
The Athletes Village is a successful example of off-site construction Many new homes of the future could be built in factories and delivered to site ready to be assembled if clarity and more detailed understanding on total costings confirm that the approach is competitive, a new report has concluded
Midlothian Council has unanimously granted planning permission to FCC Environment (UK) Ltd for the construction of a waste recycling and combined heat and power plant on former railway marshalling yards at Millerhill. FCC Medio Ambiente SA was appointed preferred bidder in December 2014 for the cont
Revised plans to transform part of Inverurie Loco Works into a hostel have been narrowly approved by councillors. Malcolm Allan Housebuilders first revealed plans to create two hostel style accommodation blocks, mainly for offshore workers, late last year.
Hjaltland Housing Association is seeking proposals for a “masterplan” to transform a hillside in the north of Lerwick into a development featuring hundreds of new homes. Earlier this year the association bought the North Staney Hill site from Shetland Charitable Trust’s property company Shetla
A completed home in the Westercraigs development More than 1,000 affordable homes for rent with a total value of £146 million have now been delivered through the National Housing Trust initiative (NHT) over the last four years.
Stewart Milne Group launches move to revitalise community spaces Stewart Milne Group has launched a campaign to revitalise rundown community spaces such as back yards as part of its 40th or Ruby anniversary celebrations.