The Scottish Government has identified six islands that will be supported to become carbon neutral by 2040. Selected in collaboration with local authorities and island representatives, the islands included as part of the Carbon Neutral Islands project are - Hoy, Islay, Great Cumbrae,
A proposed development of 350 new homes on the outskirts of Ayr could be supported by a new underpass under the A77. Property consultancy firm Iceni Projects has submitted a planning application in principle to South Ayrshire Council on behalf of James Craig Ltd for the proposal.
Smart Grey Water Systems installed at two new-build nursery schools in Glasgow are being linked to a Smart Water Management Hub which uses predictive weather technology to reduce the likelihood of localised flood risk ahead of a storm event.
Holmes Miller has strengthened its senior team as it continues to grow with the promotion of seven staff across its Glasgow and London offices. Matt Heaney has been promoted to project director in recognition of his contribution to the growth of the residential sector with a particular focus on Late
Hargreaves Land has committed to the next phase of the regeneration of its Westfield site, moving ahead with investment in major infrastructure works including roads, utilities and remediation work that will bring forward 45 acres of land for development.
Morgan Sindall Construction and public sector procurement authority SCAPE have achieved CHAMPION level of the Carbon Reduction Code for the Built Environment, joining HS2 (the project) and Skanska UK in this highest category level. The Code, which is a commitment scheme designed to facilitate action
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is asking members of the public to share their views on Cumbernauld Town Centre after the organisation was asked to consider designating the building as a listed building.
Families from across Edinburgh and the Lothians turned out in force at the Dalkeith Minis Rugby Festival 2022 on May 15, which was supported by Stewart Milne Homes. Hosted at King’s Park by Dalkeith Rugby Club, more than 400 primary school children across six teams including Dalkeith, Falkirk,
Renewable energy leader Drax has submitted its application for planning consent to build a new underground pumped storage hydro power station which would more than double the electricity generating capacity at its iconic ‘Hollow Mountain’ Cruachan facility in Argyll.