9.7 C
Alba Iulia
Monday, September 21, 2020

Construction

Stewart Milne Homes site managers win award

SENIOR site managers at two Stewart Milne Homes developments in the North-east have been awarded a national accolade. The NHBC Pride in the Job Quality Award is presented annually to site managers who demonstrate excellent standards on site, as well...

AAB prepares for construction sector re-opening with key appointments

ABERDEEN accountancy firm, Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), has announced two key appointments to build on the support it provides to the construction sector as the industry prepares to ‘re-open’ following lockdown. Derek Gemmell has been named as head of Construction...

North-east housebuilder under new ownership

NORTH-east housebuilder Scotia Homes is under new ownership. The Ellon firm said it had been acquired by Camlin Group, owned by property entrepreneurs Bruce Linton and David Cameron, for an undisclosed sum. Scotia Homes was founded in 1990 by Bill Bruce....

Green light for Johnshaven housing development

A NEW housing development in Johnshaven has been given planning permission. The Beaches development, located on the Brotherton Estate, will be built by Fotheringham Homes. The 70 homes will be a mixture of two and three bedroom bungalows along with three...

Planning application submitted for Lochside of Leys in Banchory

HOMEBUILDER Bancon Homes has submitted a planning application to Aberdeenshire Council for the second phase of new homes at its Lochside of Leys development in Banchory. The new application is for the latest phase of the approved masterplan. It will create...

Maidencraig South planning application submitted

PLANS for the next phase of homes to be built at Maidencraig South have been lodged with Aberdeen City Council by homebuilder, Bancon Homes. The proposal is for 208 homes on the site, which is opposite Dobbies Garden Centre, at...

City Council to hold engagement session

PEOPLE are being invited to have their say over plans for a replacement Aberdeen school. The city council is holding an engagement session about the planning application for the replacement Riverbank School in Tillydrone. The event will take place at the...

Aberdeenshire business Don Tarmacadam acquires King Contractors and appoints new Director.

ABERDEENSHIRE based tarmacadam company, Don Tarmacadam have expanded their business with the acquisition of Perth based tarmacadam company King Contractors and have appointed a new director. Steven Allan, a well-known figure in the industry, will be managing the new acquisition,...

Bancon Homes to launch new development in Mintlaw next year

ABERDEENSHIRE housebuilder Bancon Homes is to launch its newest development in the village of Mintlaw early next year. Aden Meadows is a rural development of new homes, with a range from three to five-bedroom properties built to Bancon Homes’ signature...

Investment in the North-east of Scotland on the rise

The fourth Investment Tracker capturing the scale of infrastructure projects planned for the North-east of Scotland reveals that £10.1bn of public and private investment is due to be delivered to benefit the region before 2030.
Advertisement
Advertisement

Subscribe to our newsletter

To be updated with all the latest news, offers and special announcements.

We never use your email for spam

Latest News

Acoountancy firm establishes new family business specialist team

ABERDEEN accountancy firm Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), is building on the support it already provides to family businesses by establishing a specialist team dedicated...

Aberdeen charity challenges young people to rethink homelessness

YOUNG people throughout the North-east are being urged to think about where they sleep – as part of a new charity campaign by Aberdeen Cyrenians challenging...

AFCCT receives cash boost

AFC Community Trust has been awarded £50,000 from NHS Grampian Endowment Fund. The money will be used by AFCCT to help deliver its physical and...

Nearly 80,000 workers used flexible furlough in July in Scotland

NEARLY 80,000 workers in Scotland returned to their jobs part-time in the first month flexible furlough was introduced, statistics published today by HM Revenue...

Follow Us

Our Other Titles