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Fife Council has announced a £10 million investment to improve roads throughout the region until 2019. The additional funding, approved at a council budget meeting last month, will be used to improve urban named roads, footways in housing precincts, rural primary routes as well as the general condi

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Apprentices (from left) Kayleigh Murdoch, Brian Hepburn, Andrew Coyle, Reiss Fleming, Thomas McGoran, Liam McMillan and Shams Rahimi The future of Graham Construction’s workforce helped mark a significant milestone in the development of a £20.2 million student accommodation building on Bath Stree

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Crest Nicholson’s tax avoidance scheme exposed A tax tribunal has ruled against a Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) avoidance scheme used by UK housebuilder Crest Nicholson meaning it will have to pay the £1.3 million it owes.

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Scotland’s construction industry generated total output of £14.5 billion last year, a modest decline on record output of £14.7bn during 2015, according to new official figures issued today by the Office for National Statistics. Output from the housing, private commercial and repair and maintenan

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Planners in Aberdeen have approved plans for a 374-bed student accommodation development on John Street. The scheme, prepared by Fletcher Joseph Associates, is a high-quality development of an empty brownfield site, left derelict following the demise of an originally approved hotel scheme set out by

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ScotRail Alliance has appointed a design team to work on a new look for Inverness Station prior to tenders for the construction work being invited in autumn 2017. Mott Macdonald will produce detailed designs around how the station’s frontage, forecourt and concourse will look when the £6 million

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An application to develop a floating wind farm off the coast of Aberdeenshire has been approved by Scottish Government ministers. The green light has been given to Kincardine Offshore to build the world’s largest floating wind array, consisting of up to eight 6MW semi-submersible turbines, which w

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Pupils, staff and presenters at the Women in Construction 2017 presentation at Borders College Almost 90 girls aged 14-15 from secondary schools throughout the Borders attended a Women into Construction presentation at Borders College recently by a team from construction and residential development

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