Scottish Futures Trust

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The demolition of all non-listed buildings at the Inverness College site at Midmills in the city centre is to begin next month to make way for more than 80 retirement homes. Retirement home provider McCarthy & Stone, which acquired the site from Highland Council, will build 45 homes on the vacan

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Forth Valley College is looking for a contractor to build the New Falkirk Campus after the Scottish Government and the Scottish Funding Council approved the full business case for the £83 million project. The estimated value of the main construction contract is £58m with the build anticipated to c

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Public infrastructure programmes undertaken by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) have delivered economic benefits worth billions of pounds, according to its annual report. Results of the 7th annual review into the public infrastructure investment body’s performance across six key areas of public in

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The Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) is set to launch a free training and awareness programme to help Scottish construction businesses prepare for the impending implementation of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Level 2. Delivered by CSIC and supported by Scottish Enterprise, Scott

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Hundreds of small to medium-sized construction and property firms are said to be benefitting from increased workloads as the value of construction work linked to the Scotland-wide ‘hub’ programme has increased to more than £1 billion. Figures published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT)

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(from left): Bill Matthews, chairman of Hub West Scotland; NHSGGC chairman, John Brown; Lorraine McMillan, chief executive, East Renfrewshire Council; East Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) chief officer, Julie Murray; East Renfrewshire Council leader, Councillor, Jim Fletcher T

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A Scottish LED street lighting replacement programme, forecast to deliver electricity and maintenance cost savings of £1.2 billion over the next 20 years whilst saving 2.6 million tonnes of CO2, has been recognised at the annual Chartered Institution of Highways & Transportation (CIHT) awards.

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Plans for the new Largs Campus in North Ayrshire have taken a major step forward in recent weeks as contracts have been signed and formal financial close has been achieved on the project. The new facility will amalgamate the existing St. Mary’s Primary, Brisbane Primary and Kelburn Primary and wil

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A groundbreaking ceremony has marked the building of the new £29.7 million Barrhead High. Pupils joined the school’s head teacher Andy Sinclair to assist education convener Councillor Elaine Green to carry out the turf cutting at the site of the new school.

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Fresh after the signing of contracts for new schools in Campbeltown and Oban, Argyll and Bute Council has completed the contract for a £9 million new primary school in Kirn. To be built by Morrison Construction, the new Kirn Primary School has been designed to cater for 320 primary pupils together

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An artist's impression of the new Oban High School A £60 million scheme to build new secondary schools in Campbeltown and Oban is set to start construction in July after the contract with project partners was signed last week.

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Work on a £28.7 million replacement for Baldragon Academy in Dundee officially got underway. Dundee City Council is funding £10.6m towards the new secondary, with the rest being provided by the Scottish Futures Trust.

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