Construction work is to begin shortly on ten new Osprey Housing Moray affordable homes in the heart of Elgin. Allan Liddle, development officer at Osprey Housing Group, (left) and John Main, managing director at Morlich Homes, looking over the plans for the new development
Springfield Properties has lost a bid calling for Moray Council to cover its appeal costs following a dispute over a rejected housing application. After the dispute, the property developer called for the council to foot the bill when it rejected Springfield's plans to build 316 homes in Ferrylea, Fo
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has awarded the defence team at Galliford Try a new £20 million contract to provide facilities for RAF Lossiemouth’s newest Typhoon squadron. The two-year project will see Galliford Try's Inverness-based Morrison Construction busine
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has suspended roofing repairs to military housing in Moray amid concerns that military contractors from across the country have travelled to the region to carry out the work.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) is to investigate concerns that military contractors from across the country have travelled to the north-east to carry out ‘non-essential’ work. A P-8A Poseidon at RAF Lossiemouth / photograph by SAC Connor Tierney - MOD Crown Copyright
Springfield Properties is set to deliver nearly 350 homes across two developments in Moray after planning refusals for both applications were overturned by the Scottish Government. Councillors had decided against applications for 316 homes at Ferrylea in Forres and 26 affordable homes Bain Avenue in