The firm behind the £150 million Caltongate development in Edinburgh’s Old Town has announced that work is set to begin before the end of the year. Artisan Real Estate Investors said that demolition works have now started with building work expected begin in November, according to The Scotsman.
Pauline McCabe, SHE Manager for Kier Construction being presented by Frances Richardson, RoSPA Director of Operations (right) Kier Construction’s Scotland business has been recognised for the fourth consecutive year for its exemplary approach to health & safety by The Royal Society for the Pre
Dundee’s Caird Park has been chosen as the location for the multi-million pound Regional Performance Centre for Sport, city council leader Ken Guild has confirmed. The Evening Telegraph reports that a working group led by the local authority will now take forward plans for the centre at the park,
BAM Properties and Taylor Clark Properties have announced plans to jointly develop 300,000sq ft. of space in Atlantic Square, Glasgow to offer one of the largest office developments in the city. Their joint venture is about to seek planning permission from Glasgow City Council.
The value of community-based projects such as health centres, schools and council buildings either under construction or open that are being delivered through the Scotland-wide hub programme has increased 58 per cent during the first six months of the 2014/15 financial year, and is supporting thousa
Glasgow City Council has today approved the next steps required to deliver the £250 million regeneration of the Sighthill area of the city which will see almost 800 new homes and a new school campus providing new sports and community facilities.
RICS Scotland’s new headquarters will be officially opened today by Minister for Local Government and Planning, Derek Mackay, MSP. Located at 125 Princes Street the new, state of the art offices also host Planning Aid Scotland, Built Environment Forum Scotland and the Scottish Arbitration Centre,
Martin Chown and Mike Crockart MP on the Forth Bridge Balfour Beatty hosted local MP Mike Crockart on the Forth Bridge where he met with Balfour Beatty’s director of supply chain and procurement, Martin Chown, to discuss the contribution Balfour Beatty is making to the local economy.
Derelict East Dunbartonshire building to be replaced with housing A burnt-out derelict building in Kirkintilloch town centre will be demolished and replaced with 15 new homes, East Dunbartonshire Council has announced.
Keepmoat’s regeneration team in Scotland has secured £23 million of contracts in the last quarter - its most successful period of tendering to date. The new business wins include work programmes aimed at improving the energy efficiency of social housing properties on behalf of councils in Renfrew