Michael Fullerton and Anne-Marie Carson receiving their prize Tenants who brought some colour to Irvine Housing Association’s streets this summer were awarded for their efforts in the Association’s annual In Bloom Garden Competition.
People across Argyll and Bute who have completed developments in the past three years can enter the council’s third sustainable design awards. Recognising, promoting and celebrating examples of exceptional design quality, the awards give developers the opportunity to have their work endorsed by pl
West Lothian Council has won two appeals against decisions to reject planning applications in Burghmuir and Clarendon. Scottish Government Ministers upheld the council's decision to reject permission for approximately 320 new houses on the sites in Linlithgow.
Glasgow’s skyline will change forever when the Red Road multi-storey flats are brought down later this year. Owner GHA said the six remaining blocks will be demolished in a one-off controlled explosive demolition within months but has yet to reveal the date.
A multi-million-pound residential development on 13 hectares of agricultural land near Cairneyhill has been given planning permission. More than 200 letters of objection were lodged against the proposal, largely due to flooding concerns, The Courier reports.
(from left) Wheatley Group’s David Fletcher, resident David Allan, deputy manager Sharon Taylor, resident Paul McManus and Mackenzie’s Robbie MacLean in the new garden Residents at a Loretto Care facility in Grangemouth are enjoying their new sensory garden.
The Partick Community Growing Project held its second annual Open Day last month as part of the RSPB’s Glasgow Wildlife Garden Festival. In the days running up to the event on July 26th, the group were busy making preparations such as tidying the plots and communal areas, baking cakes for the tea
Aberdeenshire Council has accepted a tender from Bancon Homes to complete a £3 million affordable housing development in Inverurie which temporarily stalled earlier this year. The council terminated its contracts with Dundee-based Muirfield (Contracts) Ltd after the company went into administration
Housing associations should not seek to provide inferior employee pensions after contributions to the Social Housing Pension Scheme (SHPS) were increased, the country’s largest union has warned. The SHPS has members in more than 700 organisations in the social housing sector, and is open to employ
A plan for 295 houses on the edge of Inverkeithing has been rejected by Fife Council’s west planning committee. Councillors were said to have agreed the Taylor Wimpey development at Spencerfield would have created apparent coalescence between the town and Dalgety Bay.