Proposals for a new community hub have been revealed as part of the £100 million regeneration of the historic Sunnyside Hospital in Angus as the next phase of new homes are brought to the market. The new 50-home development set in 64-acre estate grounds is part of more than 450
Montrose Port has positioned itself as an incubator for the next generation of engineering talent through apprenticeships both with the Port Authority and tenant businesses. To mark Scottish Apprenticeship Week (March 1-5 2021), Montrose Port Authority surveyed tenants to find out how many people we
Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has completed work on the flagship new £2.2 million leisure facility for Clayton Caravan Park, set amongst 100 acres of the Eden Valley in rural North East Fife close to St Andrews.
Over 40 ex-nurses of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital near Montrose visited the iconic site on Friday to tour the grounds one last time and cut the turf to mark Sunnyside’s new lease of life as a housing development. During their visit around the grounds of the estate, overlooked by the his
Montrose-based principal contractor Pert Bruce Construction has appointed two new members to the board of directors. Laura Reid and Ronnie Lochrie have been promoted with immediate effect with Laura taking up the role of procurement director while Ronnie assumes the role of surveying director.
Around £100 million has been provided for the construction of over 450 homes on the site of the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital and surrounding estate in Montrose. Sunnyside Estates Ltd has undertaken the development as a joint venture between local company Pert Bruce Construction and Edinburg
Sunnyside Estates Ltd has secured planning permission for the initial phase a development in Montrose which will provide the region with up to 450 new homes when complete. This first phase of the Sunnyside Park project will see the construction of 142 units including 99 new build properties and the
Plans for a £100 million redevelopment of a former hospital site near Montrose have hit a potential stumbling block after concerns were revealed by Historic Environment Scotland. The mixed-use development, called Sunnyside Park, will see the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Hillside transfor
Developers behind plans for a £100 million redevelopment of a former hospital site near Montrose have now submitted the proposals to Angus Council. The former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Hillside was acquired by Montrose-based Pert Bruce Construction Ltd and Edinburgh based FM Group from NHS T
Developers have purchased the former Sunnyside Royal Hospital site in Angus from NHS Tayside, paving the way for a new housing, retail and commercial development. The hospital, in Hillside near Montrose, has been acquired by Montrose based Pert Bruce Construction Ltd and Edinburgh based FM Group in
The multi-million pound restoration of a ruined Victorian mansion on a historic Aberdeenshire estate is now underway. Work has started on Ury Mansion House, near Stonehaven, as part of an £80 million project to transform the Ury Estate. The B-listed building has been a feature of the Mearns for cen