An innovative new environmental wetland project in Cowdenbeath by Scottish Water has been completed and promises to be an innovative storm water treatment method – as well as a boost for wildlife in the area.
Public hearing into 3200-home Owenstown plans
LHC Scotland has announced it will be holding a pre-tender seminar in Glasgow to support SMEs interested in applying for the organisation’s Building Insulation framework. The public sector procurement consortium is developing a number of innovative new framework opportunities that are focussed on
The Scottish Parliament is being urged to investigate a multi-million housing and repairs contract awarded to a Dumfries firm which subsequently went bust. Building company R&D Construction won the £77m Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership contract in April 2009.
Barratt Homes is to deliver 2,100 new homes across 13 new sites in Scotland after citing “a strong recovery in the housing market following the launch of the Help to Buy scheme”. The housebuilder said its expansion north of the Border underpins employment for about 4000 new and existing jobs.
The 2014 winners The five contenders competing to be named Property Company of the Year in the Scottish Property Awards have been revealed.
Sarah Speirs The number of potential new house buyers dipped for the second consecutive month in December, according to the latest RICS Residential Market Survey.
St Kessog's Primary School West Dunbartonshire Council has voted to build a new purpose-built education campus in Balloch incorporating two primary schools, an early learning and childcare centre and an additional support needs base.
A joint venture comprising Interserve and Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S has been awarded a contract to build Viridor’s £177 million energy recovery facility (ERF) in East Lothian.
Jo Swinson Two Scottish building companies are among a list of almost 40 employers who have been “named and shamed” by the UK government for failing to pay the national minimum wage.
Tulloch Homes has appointed Billy McKay to the role of construction director for all sites in Scotland.
New Dumfries theatre planned
Liz Cameron The Scottish construction industry is showing strong order growth and investment trends driven by housebuilding, the Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) said today.
Meadowbank Stadium is to be demolished and rebuilt under plans to replace the 50-year-old facility. Built for Edinburgh’s 1970 Commonwealth Games, councillors now want to replace it with a new £43 million sports centre. If funding is not approved, the centre faces permanent closure.
Derek MacKay An additional £3 million is being invested by the Scottish Government in the A83 in the coming year.