Over 40 companies will showcase at Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc’s (MSIP) Demonstrator and Showcase Event later this week, sharing some of the world-leading technology that will enable the achievement of net zero.
Police investigating allegations of corruption within Dundee City Council's Construction Services have concluded their inquiry and reported three men to the procurator fiscal, The Courier reports. The inquiry, which was delayed by the Covid-19 pandemic, was launched following allegations in the news
More than £3.3 million of investment to address climate change, including a programme of energy conservation measures, installation of additional EV chargers and the purchase of new electric vehicles and plant, is set to be discussed by Dundee City Council. Future energy costs will be cut alon
Plans to build new houses for social rent on the former site of Dundee's Whitfield Primary School have been submitted. The plans have been submitted by Angus Housing Association and George Martin Builders Ltd, who intend to build 18 homes on the Longhaugh Road site, made up of 10 houses and eight fl
Hart Builders, Dundee City Council, Hillcrest Housing Association, The Wise Group and Job Centre Plus join the eight candidates at the ‘end of course’ celebration event held at the Alexander Street development in Dundee’s Hilltown. The candidates are (from left to right): Thomas Malley, Jordan
More than £10 million of investment could see up to 150 affordable new homes built in Dundee in the next two years. A new report set to go before councillors next week sets out Dundee City Council’s housing investment priorities.
More than £1.5m of funding has been secured this financial year to boost Dundee City Council-led projects regenerating vacant and derelict land. Councillors will be told next week that £1,576,109 from the Scottish Government’s Vacant and Derelict Land Fund (VDLF) will be spent on ten projects sp