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Tesco unveils major investment in new renewable electricity generating capacity

Tesco has announced a significant project to source electricity directly from Scottish renewables pr ...

Published 30 October 2019

Rodney Whyte: Scots law missing a trick on ‘later living’ projects

Rodney Whyte, partner and specialist in residential land development at Pinsent Masons, looks at how ...

Published 2 August 2019

Russell Munro: Winchburgh Village plan can provide blueprint for housing delivery

A model agreement between the Scottish Government, West Lothian Council and a newly-created joint ve ...

Published 6 February 2019

Blog: LBTT has worked – but a Brexit break might be due

By Rodney Whyte, partner and property and planning specialist at legal firm Pinsent Masons As a spe ...

Published 26 October 2018

Operational delivery ‘key to return on investment’ for Build to Rent in Scotland

Investors into Scotland’s Build to Rent (BTR) sector have been urged to ensure that schemes have ...

Published 11 December 2017

New legislation ‘likely’ after landmark Supreme Court ruling

Yesterday’s landmark Supreme Court ruling in favour of Elsick Development Company (Elsick) again ...

Published 26 October 2017

Planning gain 'holidays’ could stimulate stalled building projects, says property lawyer

A property lawyer has called on local authorities to offer ‘planning gain holidays’ to revive ...

Published 6 September 2016

'UK Renewables Industry could benefit from Brexit double boost'

The UK’s renewable industry could receive a dual boost from Brexit, according to planning experts ...

Published 30 June 2016

Chinese investment could boost fund major Scottish construction projects

Moves by Chancellor George Osborne to encourage Chinese involvement in the HS2 high speed rail pro ...

Published 28 September 2015

China set to invest over £100bn in UK infrastructure by 2025

A report by international law firm Pinsent Masons and the Centre for Economics and Business Research ...

Published 3 November 2014