Dundee City Council is to discuss a proposed new layout for a planned £21 million regional sport centre after Dundee Football Club pulled out of the project. The club withdrew its interest in using the new Regional Performance Centre for Sport at the city’s Caird Park in December and is now worki
Derek Petrie As the £1 billion development of Dundee’s Waterfront area continues, Derek Petrie, a property expert at law firm Lindsays, wants to shine the spotlight on the regeneration taking place throughout the rest of the city and the wider region.
Floor membranes channel water towards floor drains A flood-resilient prototype home has been launched to show the most effective ways to protect homes against flood damage and limit disruption.
Robert Smith (left) and Fergus Leitch of the Anderson Group Major truck investment for Sam Anderson (Newhouse) Ltd following steel contract win
Home services marketplace, Plentific.com, is dedicated to helping customers create their ideal home improvements, whatever the purpose. In anticipation for the release of the sequel, 50 Shades Darker, Plentific has produced a helpful guide for anyone hoping to recreate the infamous red room from the
A worker on the Queensferry Crossing has died after taking ill at the construction site. It is understood the 57-year-old man was starting his shift this morning when he became unwell.
Craig Robertson Robertson Group’s Specialist Division is targeting a period of sustained growth after appointing Craig Robertson as its new managing director.
Robert Menzies City Gate Construction (CGC) has appointed a leading member of its team as director of the business.
An international contest offering the world’s best designers the chance to transform Perth City Hall has been officially launched. Last year Perth & Kinross Council voted to develop City Hall as a new cultural attraction as part of the city's bid to be UK City of Culture 2021, ending
Proposals for the infrastructure projects which will benefit from more than £1.84 billion of planned investment as part of the Tay Cities Deal have been laid out in a submission document. Set out as a series of “asks” and “offers” across 100 pages, the Tay Cities Deal submission lists over
A planned £40 million whisky distillery near Jedburgh has cleared the final planning hurdle after the Scottish Government gave the project the green light. The project received unanimous support from councillors late last year but needed government clearance due to flooding issues flagged up by the
Investment in roads, bridges, schools and flood protection works are among the key areas of focus as Scottish Borders Council (SBC) prepares to set its forthcoming budget this week. The budget plans include a five year revenue plan of £1.3 billion and a ten year capital plan of £321 million.
The Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde has released an online continuing development (CPD) course entitled ‘Decision-making for Place Making’ which aims to answer questions on decision-making methods and tools used to create places that people need and enjoy. The answers
Finishing touches as Quay Zone leisure centre nears completion The project to deliver a bright, modern leisure and community centre for the people of Girvan and South Carrick is now nearing completion.
The first 3D-printed bridge in the world has been unveiled in a park in Madrid. The pedestrian crossing was first installed in the urban park of Castilla La Mancha in Spain’s capital city in December last year and now it is ready to be walked on.