Plans have been submitted for a 210,000sq/ft office block at 177 Bothwell Street on behalf of HFD Property, a sister build to Bothwell Exchange to the immediate south. Sheppard Robson Architects have designed a ten storey building with basement parking with the project aiming to break down massing i
The Scottish Government’s new target for social and affordable housing supply for the next five years means the focus will now turn quickly to the sector’s capacity to deliver, says the Glasgow and West of Scotland Forum of Housing Associations. The Forum says it expects Housing Minister Margare
Fife’s Design Framework for Kirkcaldy Town Centre launched at National Event The Kirkcaldy Town Centre Design and Development Framework was produced by Fife Council and forms part of the Scottish Government Pilot Planning Programme. It was launched at the conference to help deliver the objectives
An historic Glasgow tenement-side advertising hoarding could be preserved after the city's council stepped in. The three billboards on the Paisley Road West building, in Cardonald, thought to date back to the 1950s, were exposed when recent storm-force winds blew off the boards covering them.
EDC Leader Cllr. Rhonda Geekie, John Hope, Board Director, hub West Scotland and Harry Thorburn of Morgan Sindall. A topping out ceremony has been held to mark the completion of the exterior of the new £5.29 million Lennoxtown Community Hub.
Jordan Charters and Dan Macauley Two Edinburgh College apprentices are ready to stencil, chisel and carve their way to success at a national skills competition this week, representing the city against UK rivals.
Scotland's first dedicated water technology testing facilities completed Scotland’s first ever full-scale facilities for the testing of water and waste water technologies have been unveiled in the Highlands and Central Belt.
A collaborative effort between the U.S. Air Force and defence contractor Energetic Materials and Products has resulted in a new tool that can cut through metal in a matter of seconds. They’re calling it the TEC Torch, but its it is already being being hailed as the world’s first real-life 'light
ASET Training Academy has been announced as the preferred bidder to develop a new £500,000 scaffolding training centre in the North East of Scotland, with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) joint-funded facility set to open in September 2016. CITB is commissioning the facility due to i