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Knight Property Group acquires further site in Bellshill for £15m speculative development

Published 1 month ago

Knight Property Group has announced plans to speculatively develop a new £15 million facility on a vacant six-acre site at Belgowan Street in Bellshill, North Lanarkshire.

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Three major planning consultations launched on resourcing, skills and changes for major developments

Published 1 month ago

The Scottish Government is seeking views on three consultations looking to improve the resilience and flexibility of the planning system.

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Planning submitted for mixed-use project in Elgin

Published 1 month ago

Robertson Property Limited has submitted a planning application to Moray Council for a mixed-use regeneration development.

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Glasgow proptech IES sells controlling stake to PE firm

Published 1 month ago

Integrated Environmental Solutions (IES) has secured a strategic investment from the Apax Global Impact Fund, advised by Apax Partners LLP.

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CCG celebrates 50 years of ‘Building Futures’

Published 1 month ago

Glasgow construction and manufacturing group CCG is this year marking five decades of innovation across the Scottish construction sector.

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Housing crisis set to deepen even further as Scottish Budget passed

Published 1 month ago

The passing of the Scottish Budget 2024/25 at Holyrood yesterday will perpetuate housing inequality across the country and limit the number of new homes coming forward across all tenures, sector body Homes for Scotland has warned.

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Regeneration specialist purchases key West Edinburgh site

Published 1 month ago

An extensive mixed-use development site at the gateway to west Edinburgh at Maybury has been purchased by sustainable regeneration specialist Summix.

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Urban Union gets green light to deliver homes at Glasgow Coliseum Theatre

Published 1 month ago

Regeneration specialist Urban Union has been granted planning consent to transform the site of the former Glasgow Coliseum Theatre into 64 new homes.

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Passivhaus extension at Edinburgh’s Trinity Academy gets green light

Published 1 month ago

The City of Edinburgh Council has granted planning permission for a major new Passivhaus extension at Trinity Academy.

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Plans lodged for energy-efficient homes in Blairgowrie

Published 1 month ago

Proposals have been lodged by Persimmon that would see 171 new homes built in Blairgowrie.

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RIAS unveils 17-strong shortlist for 2024 Awards

Published 1 month ago

The Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) has shortlisted 17 projects for the 2024 RIAS Awards.

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Eòlas Architects transitions to employee ownership

Published 1 month ago

Glasgow and Aberfeldy architecture firm Eòlas Architects has marked its 13th birthday with a switch to an Employee Ownership Trust.

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Open letter urges First Minister to reconsider housing and planning budget cuts

Published 1 month ago

An open letter published today is urging the First Minister to think again about the cuts being proposed to the 2024-25 budgets for housing and planning.

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Eight UK housebuilders suspected of breaching competition law

Published 1 month ago

As many as eight of the biggest housebuilders in the UK may be sharing commercially sensitive information with their competitors, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has revealed today as it published its final report on the housebuilding market in Great Britain.

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Stewart Milne Group’s administration unveils nine-figure debt pile

Published 2 months ago

Stewart Milne Group left creditors in the lurch with debts exceeding £350 million at the time of its collapse, according to new documents filed at Companies House by administrators.

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