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Referendum sees investment in Scottish commercial market stall

The UK has seen its sixth consecutive quarterly decline in office space availability though office ...

Published 6 November 2014

Building Briefs – November 6th

Lovell safety performance recognised by RoSPA President’s Award Housing developer and regenerat ...

Published 6 November 2014

Barr Construction seeks local subcontractors for Kelvin Hall overhaul

Barr Construction has issued a call to the local construction industry to get involved in the first ...

Published 6 November 2014

Advocate’s Close named Scotland's 'best building'

A £30 million Old Town development in Edinburgh has been named the best building in Scotland for ...

Published 6 November 2014

Costain and Morgan Sindall win £250m Edinburgh-Glasgow rail contract

Network Rail has awarded alliancing contracts to Costain and Morgan Sindall to deliver the core phys ...

Published 6 November 2014

Historic theatres to share £3.5m transformation fund

Creative Scotland has awarded more than £3.5 million of Large Capital Funding to help three orga ...

Published 5 November 2014

Construction output rises at slowest pace for five months

Construction output rose at its slowest rate in five months in October as residential work growth ea ...

Published 5 November 2014

Commercial property sales surge in post-Referendum Scotland

Commercial property sales in Scotland almost doubled in 2014’s third quarter, rising from £592m i ...

Published 5 November 2014

Building Briefs – November 5th

Trapped Borders Railway worker cut free A construction worker on the Borders Railway was airlifted ...

Published 5 November 2014

Green light for new £500m Kirkcaldy neighbourhood

Fife Council has approved plans for a new £500 million neighbourhood at Kingslaw in Kirkcaldy. Ove ...

Published 5 November 2014

Men in court over alleged 'bribes' for Edinburgh council building contracts

Eight men appeared in court yesterday charged in connection with alleged bribes to City of Edinburgh ...

Published 5 November 2014

Tesco fails in challenge to new Sainsbury’s store

A supermarket which challenged a decision of Perth and Kinross Council to alter an agreement with a ...

Published 5 November 2014

Court rules that overtime should count in holiday pay

The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that workers should have overtime included in holiday pay ...

Published 4 November 2014

Work starts on new entrance canopies at St Enoch Subway Station

Work has commenced on the eye-catching new entrance canopies for St Enoch Subway Station in Glasgow ...

Published 4 November 2014

Persimmon ‘encouraged’ by confidence in UK housing market

Persimmon remains confident of delivering further growth in Group operating profits after encouragin ...

Published 4 November 2014