Ness Castle, Inverness The shortlist for Homes for Scotland’s home building industry awards has been announced as the trade body prepares to acknowledge the sector’s achievements at its largest celebration to date.
Trade body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has welcomed two new members of staff for 2017, as industry figures David Ogilvie and Dan Cookson join the team to provide maternity cover for director of policy Karen Campbell. David Ogilvie has been appointed interim director of policy, responsible for developin
Nicola Barclay Industry body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has warned that the country’s home builders face the prospect of paying a double levy to support apprenticeship training unless funds are ring-fenced to support the sector.
Gill Henry (left) and Nicola Barclay will be utilising their skills to support vulnerable communities during a week-long ‘Women’s Build’ in Mumbai this month Two of the best known female faces in Scotland’s home building industry are in the midst of final arrangements as they prepare to fly
Derek Mackay The Scottish Government delivered a budget yesterday which it said will add significant further investment into the core drivers of economic growth such as transport, energy, housing and digital infrastructure.
Tammy Adams Trade body Homes for Scotland (HFS) has said that the latest statistics on Scotland’s planning decision times further substantiates its claims that builders are finding it harder than ever to make a start on new sites and get much needed homes out of the ground.
Almost 16,000 new homes were built in the 12 months leading up to June 2016, an increase of four per cent on the same period the previous year, according to new figures. Quarterly housing statistics released yesterday by the Scottish Government found that there were 15,991 new build homes completed
Tammy Adams Homes for Scotland (HFS) has promoted Tammy Adams to the position of director of planning, responsible for developing and promoting the organisation’s position on local, strategic and national planning policy and practice, and on the infrastructure and utilities needed to support devel
CITB strategic partnerships manager Michael Lennox and Homes for Scotland chief executive Nicola Barclay The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) and Homes for Scotland (HFS) have launched a new £250,000 scheme to train non-trade employees.