South Ayrshire Council and the Ayrshire Roads Alliance have launched a series of consultations inviting the public to provide feedback on a new project that will create a new active travel route from Ayr to Barassie. More than just a walking and cycle path, it is expected that the ten-mile route wil
Proposals for the delivery of a mixed-use development at 20 Haymarket Yards have been given the green light by the City of Edinburgh Council. Granted subject to conditions, the planning application includes the demolition of the low-rise and outdated Elgin House office building, which lies close to
A Cardonald neighbourhood is set to benefit from transformed greenspace and improved resilience to flood risk, with construction work to deliver these benefits now underway.
Winchburgh’s new M9 motorway junction, ‘Junction 1B’, has opened for northbound local access, with southbound routes into Winchburgh to follow in the next couple of months.
A total of five new high quality, inclusive and segregated active travel routes alongside Dundee’s arteries could come a step closer next week. Councillors will be asked to approve the services of consultants Sweco to investigate preferred routes and concept designs linking the heart of the ci
A forthcoming project that will better manage flood risk and improve greenspace in Cardonald in Glasgow has recently won the esteemed Building with Nature National Award at the Landscape Institute Awards 2021. The joint project between Southside Housing Association and Glasgow City Council through t
A key footbridge across the White Cart has reopened to the public after more than 25 years and will soon form part of a new walking and cycle route from Renfrew to Paisley.
Andreas Gyllenhammar has been appointed the new chief sustainability officer at Sweco. He succeeds Mattias Goldmann who has decided to pursue new opportunities outside of the company.
The Winchburgh marina basin was filled with water for the first time last week as stakeholders gathered to mark the completion of the project. Viewed by Winchburgh Developments Ltd, Scottish Canals, engineering firms I&H Brown and Sweco, and members of the Winchburgh community, the filling
Students at New College Lanarkshire (NCL) have completed work experience with a difference after Covid-19 restrictions stopped their usual work placement plans from going ahead.
An application for planning in principle to transform Midlothian Snowsport Centre into an all-year-round, multi-activity leisure facility has been approved by councillors.
Faithful+Gould, Arup and Triskelion (Arcadis, Sweco and Fairhurst) have secured places on the SCAPE Scotland Consultancy framework.
Engineering, environment and design company Sweco has brought together experts from across its transport business as part of a new dedicated active travel team to help meet growing demand for its services.
A decision on whether to approve an £118 million project to deliver a third crossing over the River Tay has been put on hold as councillors figures out the logistics of deciding on major planning applications amid the current lockdown.
For the first time, polar ships have moored at a new £40 million wharf at British Antarctic Survey’s (BAS) Rothera Research Station in Antarctica. The RRS James Clark Ross used it to re-supply the station and pick up staff for return to the UK. Construction partners and designers of the