The construction of the new Timmergreens and Warddykes primary schools in Arbroath has been delayed by around six weeks because of a contractual issue with a contractor. Work on the £11 million project to replace the schools will now start in March.
Scott Wilson business development director Morgan Sindall, Alan Russell project manager, Stuart Parker business development director MSPS, Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, Edward Carr director Morgan Sindall construction, Tim Harland, architect Gareth Hoskins Stuart Parker,
Philip Hogg Home buyers in Scotland are facing further disadvantage to those elsewhere in Britain after Wales announced its intention to extend its Help to Buy shared equity scheme, Homes for Scotland has warned.
An Aberdeen-based building and joinery firm has been sentenced after a worker suffered serious injuries when he fell three metres from scaffolding that he was dismantling. John William Wilson, then 47 and from Aberdeen, broke his left ankle, damaged the ligaments in his right ankle was knocked uncon
East Lothian Council has called on all parties to make clear their intentions for the future of the former Cockenzie Power Station site as the authority begins to prepare its detailed plan for development in the county.
Kier Group plc, the parent company of Kier Construction in Scotland, has announced strong half-year results for the six months to 31 December 2014. Group turnover increased by 11 per cent from £1,432 million in 2013 to £1,583m, while pre-tax profits slipped down 2 per cent from £36.8m to £35.9m.
Glasgow City Council has approved a £390 million proposal to extend the city’s Buchanan Galleries shopping mall in a move which will see the much-loved steps outside Glasgow Royal Concert Hall demolished.
Persimmon has demonstrated a positive outlook for the property market after it reported a 44 per cent rise in full-year profit. The firm has increased its land holdings in 2014 to 17,000 acres, on which it said it can build over 100,000 homes.