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Stricken construction firm Central Building Contractors (CBC) has been ordered to pay compensation to a former member of staff after a tribunal found the company breached employment regulations. The family-run company was placed into administration in April 2020 following years of “c

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Hallam Land Management's appeal to build 308 homes on farmland outside of Gorebridge in Midlothian has been rejected. The company appealed to the Scottish Government to make a decision on their plans after Midlothian Council’s planners took too long to make a decision. However, the plans have

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An appeal has been submitted over Glasgow City Council’s rejection of a bid to transform more than 40 residential flats in Finnieston into short-term holiday lets.  Sonder Hospitality’s application involved 41 apartments at 3-7 Minerva Way, which are among 108 units built so fa

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A homeowner's bid to keep new windows which open the “wrong way” has been thrown out after the windows were branded “pretty ugly” by a councillor. New windows were installed in the front of a cottage in a conservation village in Midlothian.

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Construction products supplier TIMCO has appointed Philip Knowles to the role of finance director. Mr Knowles, who succeeds Alex Stephens, has a wealth of senior management and international experience having previously worked with Kellogg’s for over 25 years.

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Angus Council has approved plans for five new houses to be built on the site of the former Carmyllie quarry. At their peak, Carmyllie’s quarries employed around 500 individuals. The site near Arbroath moved from roofing slates to quarrying pavement stone for towns and cities. However, operatio

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Detailed plans for the first phase of regeneration at Shawlands Arcade in Glasgow have now been submitted. The £150m regeneration plan designed by Haus Collective will see the 1960s retail development swept aside in favour of hundreds of new homes above ground floor shops.

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A local authority has apologised for demanding that a local landowner remove an unauthorised fence before it was pointed out that it was erected by the council itself. The demand was made by the enforcement division of Longford County Council in Ireland in a letter to Louis Herterich, a local butche

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