Clyde Gateway: The Collaborative Development Transforming Glasgow

Ahead of our Virtual Scotland Development Conference on the 24th September we’ve been speaking exclusively with Martin McKay – Executive Director of Regeneration of Clyde Gateway, who’s one of our speakers on the day. We’ve been discussing the impressive project, their approach to procurement and sustainability, and more… Q. Clyde Gateway is one of Scotland’s […]

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Wheatley Group’s Glasgow City Centre Project Kickstarts

Work has officially started on plans by Wheatley Group to develop 32 new affordable homes in the centre of Glasgow. Funded with aid from Glasgow City Council – who’ve supported the development with a £2.4m grant – the project will see contractor CCG build: 32 affordable homes 29 of those will be two-bedroom flats

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Building Social Value in Construction

Jenny Bowles highlights the importance in generating social value in construction.          As we all know, nothing is as it was just a few short months ago. All sectors of business have been affected by Covid-19 and nowhere is that more obvious than construction. Like desolate scenes from a Sci-fi film, the empty sites and static […]

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University Submits Ambitious Transformation Plans

The University of Strathclyde has submitted plans to transform areas of their campus in Glasgow – with a ‘pedestrian-first’ at heart – which forms part of their £1bn masterplan. The plans will see the University overhaul Rottenrow Gardens which they purposes in 2011 and surrounding streets. The University aims to create a vibrant and inclusive […]

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Innovative Solution To Aid Conservation Sector & Heritage Buildings

A new technology has been launched which will help care for Scotland’s traditional buildings – helping to manage, maintain and repair historic buildings. Developed by Historic Environment Scotland (who’re speaking on our upcoming webinar), University of Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt University the software will allow surveys and fabric inspections of traditional buildings to be carried out […]

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Scotland Housing Plan Could Provide Huge Economic Boost

Plans to develop more than 600 new homes in Paisley could provide an economic boost of almost £20m per annum if the scheme is given the go-ahead. A report looking into the proposals put forward by three leading housebuilders shows that the plans could boost the economy by £18m per annum whilst also providing £1.9m […]

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