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An ambitious £200 million plan to reposition Stirling as an “economic and cultural powerhouse” at the heart of Scotland is being developed by Stirling Council. The plan – part of the council’s City Development Framework – is being drawn up in association with public and private sector sta

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A new women's prison, catering for just 80 offenders, is to be built to replace Scotland's only female jail at Cornton Vale in Stirling, the justice secretary has announced. Michael Matheson, who scrapped plans for a new 300-cell jail in Inverclyde in January, said a new small national prison will b

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George Farley, hub West board director; Ronnie Dinnie, head of neighbourhood services at West Dunbartonshire Council; Jim Ward, construction director at BAM; Councillor Patrick McGlinchey, convener for infrastructure regeneration and economic development at West Dunbartonshire Council; West Dunbarto

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In the build up towards Armed Forces Day, which takes place on 27 June, the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) is promoting management careers in construction to those who are leaving the armed forces. With significant cuts to the numbers of military posts in recent years, there are large number

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Two Glasgow based projects have been awarded the prestigious 2015 Saltire Innovation in Housing award, supported by the endorsement of the Scottish Government, as part of the 2015 Saltire Housing Design Awards. Recognising housing design excellence throughout Scotland, the prestigious awards from th

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Barratt Scotland’s construction team picked up six prizes at this year’s NHBC Pride in the Job Awards - the highest number secured in one year by the housebuilder to date. Now in their 35th year, the National House-Building Council's Pride in the Job Awards recognise the unique personal contribu

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Speirs Centre wins architecture award The Speirs Centre in Alloa, which recently underwent a significant regeneration programme, has been given a prestigious architecture accolade.

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Neil Burford Dr Neil Burford of the University of Dundee has won the bi-annual Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) Scottish Design Tutor award (2014-2016).

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