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Adrian Aston Activity in the construction sector continues its upward trend but the skills shortage that has been evident for some could severely hold back a full recovery, national property and construction consultants Wakemans has warned.

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Aberdeen architecture students will unveil their ideas for a new mountain bike trail centre in Kirkhill Forest, as part of a project which aims to inspire the development of the sport. Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland (DMBinS) and Forestry Commission Scotland (FCS) has been working with Robert

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A view of the Forth Bridge, a snap of the Grangemouth oil refinery and a scene from the ongoing work at the new Queensferry Crossing have been shortlisted in the RICS Infrastructure Photography competition. The UK-wide contest showcases the very best in infrastructure photography and was judged by R

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Infrastructure investment business John Laing has unveiled plans to raise £130 million by listing on the London Stock Exchange. The firm, which was founded in 1848, was previous listed on the stock market in 1953, before being taken private in 2007 by two funds managed by Henderson, where it sold C

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BAM Properties and Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (Deutsche AWM) have announced more good news for their successful Glasgow office development, Connect110NS, with a third new occupier taking space within the striking city centre office building.

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Aberdeenshire Council to proceed with mid-market rented housing plans Aberdeenshire Council is to provide mid-market rented housing by establishing Liability Limited Partnership (LLP) with the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT).

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