Plans to save the only farm built by the poet Robert Burns are unveiled today. The “FutureVision” seeks to safeguard the 170-acre Ellisland Farm, on the banks of the River Nith, where Burns wrote Auld Lang Syne, Tam o Shanter and a large part of his creative output, especially in music a
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Quarrying and concrete products supplier Hoddam Contracting Ltd has been awarded the Champion Business Award after successfully completing the inaugural hub South West Scotland Build Dumfries & Galloway programme. The family-run company, based in Ecclefechan, employs nearly 50 staff and has been
Plans for a Mountain Bike Innovation Centre in Innerleithen have moved a step closer with the sale of Brodies Mill.
A new Green Heat Innovation Support Programme worth up to £17.6 million is being launched today for companies across Scotland covering industries from manufacturing to technology innovators and the heating supply chain. The new programme has been developed by Scottish Enterprise in conjunction
The Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) has today released a new report exploring the potential of registered social landlords (RSLs) taking the lead in delivering a just transition in Scotland.
Some of Scotland’s leading architects and heritage experts are to develop a masterplan for the only home built by the poet Robert Burns. A consortium led by Delfinity Limited won the contract to develop a sustainable future for Ellisland Farm and Museum near Dumfries, where the poet wrote Auld
Scottish Enterprise has announced a new initiative that it hopes will position Scotland as a global leader in the supply chain and manufacturing for heat pumps and heat networks.
Terms have been agreed by South of Scotland Enterprise on behalf of the Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal to purchase Caerlee Mill in Innerleithen to create a home for the new Mountain Bike Innovation Centre.
Scottish PPE firm Alpha Solway will this month begin construction on the state-of-the-art facility after securing a £4.8 million funding support from South of Scotland Enterprise (SOSE).