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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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BTR Scheme Gains Funding – Part of £215m Urban Village

Funding has been secured for the final phase of the £215m Springside development in Edinburgh – a 476 build to rent (BTR) scheme. Delivered by MODA Living – with Robertson Group as the main contractor – the scheme will form part of the residential offering on the site, with retail and leisure space a key […]

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Scottish Housebuilding Market Announces Major Increase

Scotland has seen a 24% increase in new-build homes over the past quarter – a major increase led primarily by the private sector. The increase is the highest increase in 12 years, and Scotland’s Chief Statistician and Data Officer Roger Halliday shared details for the final quarter of 2019:

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University of Glasgow Seek Technology Partner For £1bn Smart Expansion

The University of Glasgow is looking to incorporate smart technology into their massive £1bn estate expansion plans. Michael Burns, Development Manager for the project, said: “This is a major piece of investment for the city. It’s the biggest project we’ve ever done and it’s the biggest project in the Glasgow City Region. We have a […]

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The North of Glasgow Targeted for Redevelopment

“The North of Glasgow’s time has come”- were the words of Councillor Susan Aitken, the Leader of Glasgow City Council, addressing delegates at our Glasgow Development Plans Event. Glasgow City Council, supported by the £1.1bn Glasgow City Region Deal, are undertaking major community regeneration projects across the city, with the North of Glasgow being a […]

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