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New town with 1600 homes planned on old East Lothian mine site

Plans to create a new town boasting 1600 homes on a former opencast mining site near Tranent have been unveiled.

Published 22 September 2014

Projects shortlisted for Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning 2014

A total of 29 applications have been shortlisted for the Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning.

Published 22 September 2014

Innovation on the agenda for APSE Building and Housing Group visit

Members of the Association for Public Service Excellence (APSE) Building and Housing Advisory Group in Scotland took in some of the latest innovations in products for delivering improved energy efficiency as part of their recent meeting held at the Innovation Hub.

Published 22 September 2014

Building Briefs Sept 22

Developers aim to extend Dundee school building for flats

Published 22 September 2014

Building Briefs Sept 19

Councillors approve new Glamis homes

Published 19 September 2014

Reiach & Hall unveils completed Maggie's Centre in Lanarkshire

The new, completed Maggie's Centre at NHS Lanarkshire has been unveiled by Reiach & Hall Architects.

Published 19 September 2014

300 homes plan deferred until site earmarked for school

Plans for a 300-home development in Aberdeenshire have been deferred until a suitable location for a primary school is identified.

Published 19 September 2014

August commercial & retail construction contracts close to doubling 2013 figure

The total value of commercial & retail construction contracts in August almost doubled compared to the same month in 2013, according to figures released yesterday.

Published 19 September 2014

‘No’ vote will return property market to ‘more normal trading conditions’

The Scottish Property Federation has said the Referendum outcome has removed the uncertainty around the commercial property market.

Published 19 September 2014

Cash position and margins ‘not sustainable’ for future of UK construction industry

The financial position of many of the largest UK construction contractors remains weak despite greater deal-flow with cash balances and margins down, according to a report published today by KPMG.

Published 19 September 2014

Plans unveiled for 4000-seater stadium in Dumbarton

Dumbarton Football Club has revealed a plan for a new, 4,000-capacity stadium to the west of the town.

Published 18 September 2014

Stewart Milne Group wins safety award for fifth consecutive year

Stewart Milne Group has won its fifth consecutive Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) gold award for occupational health and safety.

Published 18 September 2014

Aberdeenshire Council approves £6m of housing upgrades

More than £6 million is set to be spent on upgrading hundreds of residential properties in the North East after plans were approved by Aberdeenshire Council.

Published 18 September 2014

Edinburgh’s £500m Quartermile development appoints sales and marketing director

A sales and marketing director has been appointed to Edinburgh city centre’s £500m landmark mixed-use Quartermile development.

Published 18 September 2014

Building Briefs Sept 18

Aldi wins permission for new store in Cowdenbeath

Published 18 September 2014