Urban Union

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The first trees have been planted at the new Pennywell Nature Garden – with local school kids getting involved in the project. Pupils from Pirniehall Primary School were joined by members of the Pennywell community as planting got underway in time for spring.

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More than 450 pupils from St Francis Primary School have taken part in a series of bespoke run workshops run by Urban Union, at the Laurieston Living development in the Gorbals area of Glasgow. Regeneration specialists Urban Union - part of the Robertson Group - created a series of workshops and sit

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Regeneration developer Urban Union has announced its first direct apprenticeship programme, welcoming two new apprentices for a total of 12 weeks. (from left) Apprentices Jake Clark and Jimmy Callaghan with Urban Union managing director, Neil McKay

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Work is officially under way to bring hundreds of new affordable homes to a key regeneration site in Glasgow’s Pollokshaws district.  (from left) Top row: (yellow jackets) Kenny Downs, finance director at Urban Union and Neil McKay, managing director at Urban Union

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Regeneration specialist Urban Union has been wholly acquired by construction, infrastructure and support services businesses Robertson Group. Established as a 50/50 joint venture in 2011 by Robertson Group and McTaggart Construction, Urban Union was created in response to a substantial Town Centre R

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A total of 16 local legends from Laurieston in Glasgow were commemorated in a unique art installation which was unveiled at the Laurieston Arena on Saturday. Commissioned by local regeneration firm Urban Union, award-winning art organisation WAVEparticle has created a series of bespoke artworks cele

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Local children in north Edinburgh can now enjoy playing together outdoors thanks to a new play park recently installed at Urban Union and the City of Edinburgh Council’s Pennywell Living development in Edinburgh. To celebrate the opening of the new park, pupils at local Pirniehall Primary were

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Urban Union has grown its staff base as it prepares for the launch of its fourth site in Scotland later this year. Caroline Wallace and Vivienne Holland are welcomed back to their roles in the commercial department following a period of maternity leave.

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Urban Union is celebrating after its Laurieston development has won the Excellence in Regeneration Award at the CIH Scotland Excellence Awards. The £140 million revitalisation project at Laurieston Living was commended for its informed design process, which took into consideration financi

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Urban Union has made a generous four-figure donation to Scottish charity Cash for Kids. The Urban Union team participated in the Muddy Muckers assault course, taking on 22 obstacles along a 2km track. The team soldiered through muddy terrain to raise funds for Radio Clyde's Cash for Kids. The charit

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