Paul Sheffield Paul Sheffield is to step down from his role as managing director at Laing O’Rourke after little more than two years in post.
A voluntary group dedicated to restoring the disused Broadway Cinema in Prestwick has appointed Page\Park Architects to an investigation into the project. The Friends of the Broadway Prestwick group recently received a £15,000 grant from the Scottish Government’s Activating Ideas fund, and the ap
Keith Campbell The Scottish Government is consulting on the future of unconventional oil and gas development in Scotland, writes MacRoberts' Keith Campbell.
Gordon Nelson The Federation of Master Builders in Scotland (FMB Scotland) has called for a "diverse mix of new homes" to make up the Scottish Government's plan for 50,000 new houses in five years.
Independent planning, economics and urban design consultancy Nathaniel Lichfield & Partners has announced the adoption of Lichfields as its new corporate brand name. The firm, which opened an Edinburgh office in 2015, said the Lichfields name is designed to reflect the dynamism of the business a
Mark O'Neill DM Hall unveils innovative new energy department
One French town has moved decisively to slow down cyclists journeying through it with a series of speed bumps in less than a couple of hundred metres. At least 11 speed bumps have been placed along the cycle lane on Rue Pelletier in Montmagny, Val-d’Oise, northern France.
Latest Office for National Statistics data on output in the construction industry have shown a return to growth in output for the industry, in particular from housebuilding.
Ruth Maguire Scotland is leading the way in the UK in building affordable and social rented housing, the SNP has claimed following the publication of new figures from the Scottish Parliament Information Centre (SPICe).
An alliance of eight independent community-controlled housing associations and co-operatives in the east of Glasgow has submitted a major funding bid to Glasgow City Council. Easterhouse Housing and Regeneration Alliance (EHRA) unites organisations which own own and manage 4,497 houses throughout Gr
Edinburgh Printmakers CEO Sarah Price has today shared the organisation's vision of a new creative industries hub as part of an £11 million capital development project at Castle Mill Works in Fountainbridge.
An incident on the site of Aberdeen’s multi-million-pound Marischal Square development saw work halted on Friday after a worker was injured.
Glasgow City Council looks set to approve £27.3 million in funding for the refurbishment of the city's famous Burrell Collection.
A successful turf-cutting event has signalled the start of construction work to regenerate Hermitage Park in Helensburgh. The event was attended by representatives of the community, funders, local councillors and officers associated with the £3.3 million restoration and redevelopment of the urban p
While latest figures reveal the building trades are still the best choice for a solid and growing income, insurance firm AXA questions why numbers of women in the trades remain miniscule.