Scottish Futures Trust

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The Scottish Government is to invest up to £63.8 million in Dundee’s Waterfront after deputy first minister John Swinney agreed a Growth Accelerator model (GA) with the local authority. Developed by the Scottish Futures Trust, the GA model is designed to stimulate growth, create jobs and support

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Plans for a new purpose-built, state of the art learning campus in East Ayrshire took a step closer to fruition this week as the project reached financial close. The milestone signals the official start of construction on the William McIlvanney Campus in Kilmarnock which will be delivered by hub Sou

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Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) has been awarded a contract that will see it play a key role in helping the construction industry get up to speed with Scottish Government protocols in Building Information Modelling (BIM). BIM is essentially a computer-generated model containing graphical and tab

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Scotland’s councils are to invest a further £56 million in energy saving LED street lighting over the next 12 months which will help reduce their energy consumption by over 50 per cent. Of the 900,000 existing street lights across Scotland, 125,000 new LEDs have already been installed, with that

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Ayr Academy A new school has become the first of 12 projects to reach financial close after getting the go ahead by deputy first minister John Swinney.

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SFT has helped release £850m of private sector investment into the heart of Edinburgh The funding programme behind a raft of community infrastructure projects has delivered schemes worth £135 million in its latest financial year.

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The development of a new £39 million Community Campus in Forfar reached an important milestone on Wednesday after contractor Robertson Tayside ‘topped out’ the building. Celebrating the completion of the highest point of the structure, construction will now focus on making the building wind and

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A new implementation plan has been launched that sets out the strategy for public sector projects within Scotland to adopt BIM Level 2 by April 2017. Presented by the Scottish BIM delivery group, which was set up by the Scottish Futures Trust and the Scottish Government, the plan’s brief is to sup

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(from left) Geraldine Ogilby - acting head teacher at St Patrick’s Primary School, Euan MacEachern – site manager at Lend Lease, Angeline Robertson – partnerships director at hub West Scotland, Marc Quinn – pupil at St Patrick’s Primary School, Councillor Martin Brennan – vice convener f

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A completed home in the Westercraigs development More than 1,000 affordable homes for rent with a total value of £146 million have now been delivered through the National Housing Trust initiative (NHT) over the last four years.

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Construction work on a £21.4 million new high school in the Scottish Borders has been delayed until 2016 as a result of a European ruling affecting investment projects across the country. Scottish Borders Council, which secured planning permission for the new Kelso High School in October 2014, had

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