Ballewan House in Stirlingshire Lorn Macneal Architects has announced that the major refurbishment of the historically listed 16th century Woodhall House in Colinton and Ballewan House in Stirlingshire are now complete.
SFT chairman Sir Angus Grossart launching the toolkit with The City of Edinburgh Council employee Graham Murdoch An easy-to-use toolkit has been launched to give Scotland’s local authorities real-time information on how many millions they would save by phasing in energy efficient LED street lights
Jon Dunwell Fit-out contractor Morris & Spottiswood said it is confident of substantial growth across the North of England in 2015 after increasing its UK-wide turnover to £74.4 million from £69.4m in the last 12 months.
Edinburgh's Old Town is protected under Unesco laws An award-winning conservation architect has warned that Edinburgh is in danger of being crippled by a planning system “terrified of offending” the city’s World Heritage status.
The Scottish Government’s Planning and Architecture Division has launched a survey into planning in Scotland. A short three question Planning Improvement and Good Practice Survey invites views on how the planning system might be improved.
The Saltire Society has launched its 2015 awards to recognise design excellence across five categories – including a brand new ‘Landscape in Housing’ award. The Saltire Housing Design Awards have been running since 1937 and are open to projects completed in Scotland over the past five years. A
Royal Hospital for Sick Children Edinburgh and Department of Clinical Neurosciences view from above Construction of a major new healthcare facility in Edinburgh is set to start after the financial contracts were agreed.
Output in the construction industry has been estimated to have increased by 7.4 per cent last year when compared to 2013, according to the latest figures. Data for the fourth quarter of last year from the Office for National Statistics revealed that all work types recorded increases except infrastru