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The International Barley Hub Field Centre at the James Hutton Institute was officially opened last week by UK Government Minister for Scotland, Malcolm Offord. The £62 million International Barley Hub (IBH), comprised of several developments including the Field Centre, has been funded through

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Restoration work will now begin on the iconic gasholder, which sits at the heart of a planned new sustainable coastal town at Granton Waterfront. A report approved by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Finance and Resources Committee yesterday recommended McLaughlin & Harvey Limited carry out

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Hebridean Housing Partnership (HHP) has completed the the final phase of the 74 affordable homes development at Sinclair Avenue, marking a major milestone in the Goathill project. The Goathill project is an ambitious development bringing together, on an eight-hectare plot, 74 affordable homes (inclu

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East Dunbartonshire Council has officially opened the new £40.9 million Boclair Academy building in Bearsden. The new school, built on the site of the previous Boclair Academy building in Inveroran Drive, Bearsden, is now home to around 1,000 pupils.

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A new sculpture commemorating the lifeboat service has been unveiled as part of the multi-million-pound Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme delivered by McLaughlin & Harvey. The public artwork, at Beach Crescent, takes the form of lifeboat davits, the arched cranes that hold emergency boats o

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The construction of a world-class research and teaching facility at Edinburgh BioQuarter has reached its highest point. Due to open in 2024, the new Usher building will accelerate data-driven innovation within the health and care sector.

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The new Allander Leisure Centre is taking shape as works progress on the multi-million-pound project. East Dunbartonshire Council is redeveloping the current Bearsden site as part of a £42.5 million investment - including a new, state-of-the-art sports and leisure complex, as well as a support

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Communities across Scotland are set to see a significant increase in legacy benefits created by local construction projects with the signing of a new Community Legacy Charter. In signing the charter, SCAPE Scotland and a collective of the nation’s leading construction, civil engineering a

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