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Preparation work begins at Haudagain bottleneck

Vital ground investigations got underway today as part of the A90 Haudagain Improvement scheme. T ...

Published 12 November 2014

Pioneering ‘rural homes for rent’ scheme opens in Fife

A new housing development in the East Neuk of Fife, built as part of an affordable housing scheme ...

Published 12 November 2014

Building Briefs – November 12th

Portsoy bunkhouse conversion secures lottery funding A row of historic sail-making cottages in Po ...

Published 12 November 2014

Inverness enterprise and research centre work starts

Building work has begun on a new enterprise and research centre at Inverness Campus. The building ...

Published 12 November 2014

Local civil engineering firm wipes Aberdeen FC debts

Aberdeen Football Club is back in the black for the first time in 21 years after agreeing a deal wi ...

Published 12 November 2014

Kier order book boosted by ‘significant’ new contracts

Construction, property and services group Kier has revealed it remains on course to deliver proje ...

Published 12 November 2014

Revised plans to transform historic Dundee jute mill into 175 flats

New plans have been submitted to transform a historic Dundee jute mill into 175 new flats. Craigi ...

Published 11 November 2014

Green light for £5.2m Gourock town centre revamp

Work is set to begin on a £5.2m scheme to revamp Gourock town centre. The go-ahead has been give ...

Published 11 November 2014

Blog: Scottish mediators score 100 per cent

By Dr John Fletcher, product group director ADR (RICS) Our Dispute Resolution Service (DRS) is ex ...

Published 11 November 2014

Building Briefs – November 11th

New council housing completed in Inverness Chair of The Highland Council’s Community Services, Co ...

Published 11 November 2014

Increase in orders for Redrow despite planning delays

Housebuilder Redrow has reported rising orders and prices but blamed “political posturing” for ...

Published 11 November 2014

Electricians should be regarded in same way as teachers and lawyers, SELECT tells Smith Commission

Electricians should be registered in the same way as lawyers, teachers and nurses in order to prot ...

Published 11 November 2014

City Building celebrates successful year of new business wins

Three new business wins worth more than £2 million have helped Scottish construction company City B ...

Published 11 November 2014