Opinion

136-150 of 961 Articles
Clock icon 5 minutes

Data specialist Anna Reed explores the four key trends driving Scotland’s commercial real estate sector and shaping the future of the country. Scotland’s economy is getting back to business and so is its commercial real estate (CRE) sector. Creating opportunities for developers, investor

Clock icon 4 minutes

Employment lawyer Pauline Hughes outlines the implications of changes to flexible working laws. The Scottish Government has recently announced that they will soon be passing new legislation around flexible working, updating the current rules to, ironically, make the scheme more flexible for emp

Clock icon 4 minutes

Both residents and businesses are benefiting from Clyde Gateway's recent investments in green spaces, says Ian Manson. For Clyde Gateway, Scotland’s most ambitious regeneration project, there has been an increased focus on creating new green spaces. Aside from the many environmental reasons br

Clock icon 4 minutes

Hamish Trench talks about the recent Scottish Government consultation on the Land Reform Bill and the Scottish Land Commission’s response. Over the last four months, the Scottish Government has been consulting on its proposals for a new Land Reform Bill. This is a key stage towards development

Clock icon 5 minutes

Architect Chris Malcolm discusses how a holistic, people-centric vision can achieve more with less across publicly funded projects in Scotland. The ambition to deliver a more place focused, locally responsive approach to public service delivery across the diverse context of Scotland is fundamental t

Clock icon 5 minutes

Greater scrutiny and accountability may be helping to drive an attitude change in the construction sector when it comes to on-site water management. But is it happening fast enough – and could automated solutions help to accelerate things? Tristan Hughes of specialist provider OSSO discusses h

Clock icon 5 minutes

Typically, the construction industry has been a male-dominated world with little to no provisions for women, people of certain faiths or those with disabilities, but times are changing, writes CIOB’s Mark Harrison. I was appointed the Chartered Institute of Building’s (CIOB) first Head o

136-150 of 961 Articles