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Julie Scott-Gilroy looks at how well the construction industry's payment regime is working. Payment in the construction industry is regulated by the Construction Act 1996, as amended by the LDEDC Act 2009. One of the reasons behind the introduction of the Construction Act 1996 was to ease cashflow a

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Mining heritage celebrated in new artwork for Shawfair development A new public artwork by Ratho-based blacksmith P Johnson & Company has been unveiled at the village square in Millerhill at Shawfair, just outside Edinburgh.

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Donald Trump’s five-star golf resort in Aberdeenshire is among a number of courses that could face severe flooding by the middle of this century, according to a study. The Sunday Times reported Ordnance Survey research predicts the coast adjacent to the Trump International Golf Links resort, north

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French building materials giant Saint-Gobain has accelerated its involvement in the UK offsite manufacturing and closed panel construction market with the acquisition of Scotframe Limited. Operating from two manufacturing sites and four sales and showroom locations in Scotland, Scotframe manufacture

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Clients that delay or withhold payment without good reason or make completely unreasonable demands are a serious problem for three quarters of small and medium-sized (SME) construction firms, a study by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has found. UK-wide research into the impact of so-called

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On the anniversary of the death of one of Scotland’s most pioneering educational figures, plans have been revealed to restore the historic building which bears his name. The David Stow building, an iconic building which was once at the centre of the University of Strathclyde’s former Jor

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Hotel development company Patio Hotels (Aberdeen) is planning to redevelop an office building in the heart of Inverness city centre after buying the property for an undisclosed sum. The firm, which also operates the Kingmills Hotel in Inverness, intends to redevelop the 23,000 sq ft building, former

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The Invasive Non-native Specialists Association (INNSA), the UK trade body dedicated to the UK Invasive species industry, has launched of a new Code of Practice for managing Japanese Knotweed. The new Code of Practice replaces the third edition of the Environment Agency document “Managing Japanese

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Work begins on Cordale Housing Association’s new office Cordale Housing Association witnessed the start of work on its new office in Renton last week with the demolition of the former Main Street shops.

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