Scottish Futures Trust

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Work on an £8.6 million new primary school in Duns is due to begin in the coming weeks after Scottish Borders Council authorised the start of construction. The local authority has been working alongside development partner hub South East Scotland to progress the project, which includes relocating t

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David Philp The newly appointed chair of Scottish BIM Delivery Group, David Philp will deliver the keynote speech at the BIM Convention on Thursday 22 October at the Glasgow City Hotel, Cambridge Street.

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Inverclyde Council’s £7 million plan for a new building for St Patrick’s Primary in Greenock has achieved financial close clearing the way for construction to begin. The new state-of-the-art building for St Patrick’s Primary will be on the original Broomhill Street site following the demoliti

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Work is about to get underway in earnest on the new Anderson High School and Halls of Residence at the Staney Hill in Lerwick after the project reached financial close. The move signals the go-ahead for the £55.75 million, which will be funded in large part by the Scottish Government through the Sc

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Work on an “innovative” £24 million replacement for an ageing Anstruther school will begin as soon as possible after planning consent was agreed by Fife Council. Pupils are due to move into the new three-storey Waid Academy in March 2017.

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David Philp The Scottish BIM Task Group is conducting a survey for construction professionals to help inform and develop the next stage of the building information modelling (BIM) strategy in Scotland.

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Mrs Burgess and Cllr Cammy Day The Scottish Government has given the go ahead for 80 new affordable homes in Edinburgh, part of almost 1,000 homes earmarked for sites across the city.

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The value of projects under construction delivered through the Scotland-wide hub programme has leapt 78 per cent in the past six months. Latest statistics published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT), which manages the hub programme, shows the value of community buildings being built by the f

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An abandoned Edinburgh market that has lain derelict for 14 years will finally be redeveloped, with diggers set to move on to the site by the end of the month. Ediston Real Estate and RBS has concluded final contracts that will allow the regeneration of the 8.5 acre former fruit market site at Chess

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The Highland Council is to proceed with its proposal to establish a £45 million school campus in Tain after the Scottish Government decided not to call in the development. Separate proposals to close four schools on Skye and replace them with a new building on one of the sites is still to be decide

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Two young patients marked the start of construction at the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children and Department of Clinical Neurosciences in Edinburgh earlier this week. The £150 million building, which is anticipated to open in autumn 2017, will see services from the Royal Hospital for Sick Childre

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(left to right) Brian McQuade, Kier Construction managing director; Stephen Parker, Kier Construction; Michael McBrearty, chief executive, hub South West; Provost Joan Sturgeon; Kenneth Gibson MSP; Cllr Anthony Gurney; Ryan Broadley, Kier Construction Work has begun on the creation of a £36 million

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The construction of the new Timmergreens and Warddykes primary schools in Arbroath has been delayed by around six weeks because of a contractual issue with a contractor. Work on the £11 million project to replace the schools will now start in March.

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Scott Wilson business development director Morgan Sindall, Alan Russell project manager, Stuart Parker business development director MSPS, Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, Edward Carr director Morgan Sindall construction, Tim Harland, architect Gareth Hoskins Stuart Parker,

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