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Michael Dall Scotland accounted for nearly a quarter of the total value of new construction contracts awarded in September, particularly in the medical & healthcare and infrastructure sectors, new figures have revealed.

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Sarah Speirs High levels of private and public housing and private commercial activity has helped create the highest construction workload recorded since 2007, according to the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

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New home registrations in Scotland increased by 9 per cent during Q3 compared to the same period last year, according to new figures released by NHBC. In total, 3,017 new homes were registered during the period, compared to 2,759 in 2013, with overall year to date registrations also marginally up on

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Plans to construct a new secondary school in the east end of Kirkcaldy are set to be approved by Fife Council, according to The Courier. Members of the council’s central area planning committee have been advised to give the green light to the proposals to construct a replacement for Viewforth High

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ECO and energy advice projects shortlisted for CIH Excellence Awards Homes on Maple Drive following the External Wall Insulation project

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The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) is launching two new and innovative building contracts next month. Designed to be used in conjunction with RIBA’s Architect’s Appointment Agreements for Small Projects (domestic and concise forms); the new contracts are fully aligned with the RIBA

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