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A new sculpture commemorating the lifeboat service has been unveiled as part of the multi-million-pound Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme delivered by McLaughlin & Harvey. The public artwork, at Beach Crescent, takes the form of lifeboat davits, the arched cranes that hold emergency boats o

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The Hayton Road underpass – which connects Woodside and Great Northern Road in Aberdeen – has been unveiled following a colourful redevelopment. The revamp of the underpass was carried out to improve accessibility and safety following a community consultation.

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An event on South Portland Street this Thursday will offer local people, businesses and organisations the chance to find out more about the forthcoming Avenues Plus project, which will connect Glasgow city centre and communities on its fringes. Avenues Plus is a £21.4 million Sustrans-funded p

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The final designs for the flagship Meadows to George Street scheme which forms part of Edinburgh’s City Centre Transformation have now been published. The Meadows to George Street (MGS) project will overhaul conditions for walking, wheeling and cycling on some of Edinburgh’s busiest and

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Work is now underway on a major new cycling and walking route linking the east and the west of Edinburgh. Transport convener Councillor Lesley Macinnes was joined in Roseburn yesterday by Patrick Harvie, minister for zero carbon buildings, active travel and tenants' rights, and Karen McGregor, portf

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Work has started on Papdale East Playpark following approval by Orkney Islands Council of a design by HarrisonStevens Landscape Architects for the rejuvenation of the three-hectare green space in Kirkwall. (from left) Back row: James Wylie (OIC executive director of education, leisure and lifelong l

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North west Glasgow’s skyline has been changed forever with the erection of a 30-metre steel mast at Stockingfield junction. The mast is the main supporting pylon for the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal.

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The third and final phase of the Inshes District Park main path infrastructure in Inverness has been completed and is now open to the public. The £358K contract which forms part of the third phase of development at Inshes District Park was awarded to Pat Munro Ltd of Alness and work began on s

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The first delivery of steel work has now been fitted on-site at the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal in northwest Glasgow.  The bridge will link the communities of Maryhill, Gilshochill and Ruchill in the city for the first time since the waterway open

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Angus Council and Sustrans are set to fund £200,000 in improvement works to reduce the flood risk on the national cycle path at Elliot Links, Arbroath. The council's executive sub-committee approved £100,000 of funding on Friday and the remaining £100,000 will be funded by Sustrans

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