Turner & Townsend has been appointed to lead a multi-disciplinary consultancy for Crown Estate Scotland’s Built Development, Coastal and Land Transactions Professional Services Framework after a competitive public tender process. The three-year framework running to 2026, with the option of
Crown Estate Scotland’s ZeroFour innovation hub at Montrose has taken a major step towards its aim of supporting clean, green economic growth in Angus and the north-east, by awarding seven key contracts to four Scottish-based companies. The delivery team, which now comprises an architect, cost
Three projects are to be offered seabed agreements for offshore wind projects following Crown Estate Scotland’s ScotWind clearing process. Clearing saw the ‘NE1’ area east of Shetland made available for ScotWind applicants who met the required standards but who did not secure their
An application process has opened for developers with proposals for the leasing of seabed for offshore renewables to reduce North Sea emissions and boost innovation. Crown Estate Scotland has opened the Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) offshore wind leasing process. A two-week regist
FW2040, the Masterplan and Delivery Programme for Fort William and Lochaber, has taken a significant step forward with the appointment of its first dedicated project manager. Martin Culbertson has been appointed and will co-ordinate its overall delivery, help support and develop individual projects,
Following their success in the ScotWind Leasing round at the start of the year, ScottishPower and Shell have signed option to lease agreements with Crown Estate Scotland – reserving the seabed rights for their MarramWind and CampionWind floating offshore windfarms. Destined to be among the fir
Glendale welcomed local MSP Kate Forbes last week as she visited the community-led renovation of Borrodale school and schoolhouse. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) and Crown Estate Scotland recently awarded grants to further develop the buildings into much-needed affordable housing.
A consortium of Macquarie’s Green Investment Group, TotalEnergies and Scottish developer RIDG has announced their ScotWind bid for an offshore wind project west of the Orkney Islands. The two-gigawatt proposal – named the West of Orkney Windfarm – has the potential to power more th