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Plans to expand a major oil and gas office complex in Aberdeen have been revealed. A planning application has been lodged to create a 20,000sq ft extension at Chevron House, part of the Hill of Rubislaw Business Park that is the UK home to oil giants Chevron, Marathon Oil and Conocophillips

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Clydesdale Bank's Elaine Reed and Drew McPhail, finance manager at Milnbank Housing Association Milnbank Housing Association’s £3m renovation programme

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The A90 heading north from Dundee A father-of-two who died after trying to walk across the A90 in the middle of the night has been named by police as Mearns businessman Barry McRae.

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A planned £15 million upgrade of Glasgow's George Square has been put on hold, according to reports. In 2012, Glasgow City Council leader Gordon Matheson launched a design competition to give the historic heart of the city a new look.

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BAM has been appointed by hub West Scotland to deliver a new £22 million leisure centre on the banks of the Clyde for West Dunbartonshire Council. Work has already started on the state of the art four-storey building, located in what was once the heart of Clydebank’s shipbuilding industry on the

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A new report is to explore how Scotland’s proud engineering tradition can be harnessed to tackle fuel poverty, improve public health, create jobs and slash carbon emissions. Commissioned by the Low Carbon Infrastructure Task Force, which includes key figures from engineering, finance, construction

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In less than three weeks, industry leaders and property professionals from across Scotland will gather at Property 2015 in Edinburgh. The challenges for the property sector continue to increase for the public and private sector alike. New development and regeneration of our existing built environmen

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CMS Window Systems’ Innovation Hub located on the company’s HQ and main manufacturing site at Castlecary CMS Window Systems named finalist in green VIBES awards

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The Institute of Neurological Sciences in Glasgow is to undergo a £40 million modernisation to return the building into a leading edge facility for 21st century medicine and research. The hospital building, which opened in 1971, will be transformed to include a £5m University of Glasgow and NHS Gr

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