Steve Judge, Space Solutions MD (left) with Hugh Anderson of haa design Property and office design group Space Solutions has merged with Glasgow-based workplace design specialist haa design to create a new “stronger force” in the workplace design sector.
Nicholas Wrigley Housebuilder Persimmon raised new home completions last year by 4% as it delivered pre-tax profits up nearly a quarter to £775 million.
The development would sit just across the road from the V&A Robertson Group has applied for planning permission for its £40 million mixed use development at one of the Dundee Waterfront’s most prominent sites.
An artist’s impression of the new Eden Campus The University of St Andrews has launched a £24 million bid to further redevelop the site of its Eden Campus at Guardbridge.
Finance secretary Derek Mackay observing barrier repairs on the M8 Scotland’s trunk roads are set for a maintenance investment boost with a rise in funding for improvements across the network.
The regeneration of Clydebank’s Queens Quay has taken a major step forward as councillors unanimously agreed the purchase of land on which almost 200 social houses will be built. At a meeting of West Dunbartonshire Council’s housing and communities committee last week, elected members approved a
Aerial view of Bowling and the River Clyde Plans for a £28 million transformation of the former Exxon site in Bowling, West Dunbartonshire have taken a major step forward after councillors approved an Outline Business Case.
When we were approached by a small, contracting company, we noticed something about them that got us thinking. As a fledgling business, they were afraid of fighting for the money that was rightfully theirs and they were hesitant about pursuing a much larger company because of the potential damage it
After the success of Business Fives, Scotland’s national business five-a-side tournament, the Scottish Property Federation (SPF) is now backing Scotland’s first ever national business golf tournament. Business Fours gives professionals the opportunity network with peers in their industry through
Ross Wilson DM Hall appoints senior professional as head of agency in the East of Scotland
A Melbourne council is taking a property developer to task because its buildings are too short. Australian news site The Age has reported that The City of Port Philip and government-appointed experts are concerned about the "underdevelopment" of a sprawling block of warehouses in Port Melbourne.
Eastern Primary School A developer has gone into administration just months after completing a major housing project in Dundee.
Living accommodation at the Faslane naval base Scottish military bases are to be upgraded as part of a huge £1.7 billion investment programme.
The Waverley Arches project has been shortlisted in the Regeneration category The Culardoch Sheiling in the Cairngorms, Waverley Arches in Edinburgh and Campus Future’s Project – Glasgow Caledonian University are just some of the projects going head to head as the Scottish shortlist for the RICS
Developers have submitted revised plans for a housing project in Angus following requests for amendments by the local authority and Caledonia Housing Association. Angus Council granted permission in 2015 for 42 homes and 40 flats at the former Taymouth Engineering Works site in Carnoustie.