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(from left) Samuel Craig, Charlotte Ross, St Aloysius College Headmaster Mr John Brown and CBC managing director James McAlpine Pupils lend a helping hand to finish structure at Glasgow college

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The 11 winners of the 2016 awards for the best in current Scottish architecture were announced last night by the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). Projects ranging from major business hubs to isolated look-out points and innovative houses were honoured at the RIAS’ Centenary an

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Plans have been lodged for a mixed-use development including the delivery of around 450 new homes at Longniddry, East Lothian. Located around Longniddry Farm, to the south of the existing village, the planning application for Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) has been lodged by developer Socia

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Construction firm CGC has delivered on its promise to quickly open a new base in South Ayrshire. The company has purchased new premises in Crown Street, Ayr from where it will co-ordinate its significant presence in Ayrshire.

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£15m health centre to open in East Renfrewshire A new £15 million health centre is due to open this summer in East Renfrewshire.

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Vaughan Hart Employment in the Scottish construction industry fell by 1,000 to 188,000 during the first three months of 2016, bringing to an end four consecutive quarters of employment growth during 2015.

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A multi-million pound renewables contract has been signed which will allow Nigg Energy Park to develop into a multi-energy site. Scheduled to commence in the Spring of 2018, the deal between Global Energy Group and Siemens aims to kick start the Port of Nigg being recognised as a key port in Scotlan

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