RSP Consulting Engineers saves energy to power ahead

RSP Consulting Engineers has come a long way since it launched in Edinburgh at the end of the 1980s. With five partners, 60+ expert staff and offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and London, the business is now one of the largest privately-owned consultancies in Scotland.

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Commercial development plot within Sighthill residential development brought to market

A commercial development plot within the Sighthill regeneration project’s NorthBridge residential development is being marketed for lease or sale.

Published 6 May 2021

Barratt increases full year completion expectations after 'strong' performance

Underlying market strength and strong customer demand has resulted in a positive start to the calendar year for Barratt Developments.

Published 6 May 2021

Lillian McDowall to help SCAPE Scotland boost public sector construction plans

Public sector procurement authority SCAPE Scotland has appointed Lillian McDowall as senior relationship manager to help support the nation's economic recovery and help the Scottish public sector meet its net zero target.

Published 6 May 2021

Annual house prices in Aberdeen up in ‘encouraging’ news

House prices in Aberdeen are up 5.4% over last year, new figures from Aberdeen Solicitors’ Property Centre Limited (ASPC) have revealed.

Published 6 May 2021

Larkhall Leisure Centre handed £9m revamp boost

A total of £9 million has been earmarked by South Lanarkshire Council to improve sport and leisure facilities in Larkhall.

Published 6 May 2021

Driving security forward with the complete package

If you were selecting a car for security reasons, would you be looking for one that just had 4 wheels, an engine and a door you could lock? No, of course not! You would rightly be interested in its overall performance, verified roadworthy tests, the quality of its components, not to mention other safety features and naturally its appearance and stylish kerb appeal.

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Framework to guide development of Glasgow city centre until 2050 adopted

A document that will help guide Glasgow city centre's development over the next three decades, drive economic renewal and meet the challenges of climate change has now been adopted by Glasgow City Council after approval from the Scottish Government.

Published 6 May 2021

Removal of Loch Lomond transmission towers approved

A £22.3 million project to remove 31 transmission towers from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park has been given the green light by Ofgem.

Published 6 May 2021

Interest ramps up for potential Linlithgow Vennel redevelopment

West Lothian Council has received 13 expressions of interest in the potential redevelopment of Linlithgow’s Vennel site.

Published 6 May 2021

CALA land buyer commeded by RTPI

A member of the land team at CALA Homes (North) has been recognised with a commendation for her application for chartered membership of the Royal Town Planning Institute via the Assessment of Professional Competence.

Published 6 May 2021

New micro excavators unveiled by Kubota

Mini excavator manufacturer Kubota has launched two new micro excavators that it said will offer users a number of enhanced performance and operational benefits.

Published 6 May 2021

Supporting Scotland’s recovery

Scotland Excel’s chief executive Julie Welsh explains how its construction frameworks can support Scotland’s social, economic and environmental recovery.

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