March 15th 2016 by Andrew Morrison
There are new rules affecting public procurement – most come into force on 18th April 2016. Whether you are a bidding organisation or a contracting authority – are you ready?
March 8th 2016 by News
This road has been in plans for Inverness for over 40 years and will help to facilitate the city’s continued growth. The new facilities at Canal Park will provide state of the art facilities for rugby and other sports to the benefit of Inverness and the wider Highlands.”
March 8th 2016 by Paul Young
Recent flooding in the Scotland and north of England has called into question our ability to cope with what seems to be larger more frequent rainfall events and increasing volumes of water threatening people, houses and businesses near our rivers.
March 7th 2016 by Alexander Ferguson
Two thirds of the UK’s existing power stations are expected to close over the next fifteen years as our aging gas fired, nuclear and coal power stations approach the end of their lives.
February 19th 2016 by Duncan MacPherson
There is an opportunity for firms to identify the most appropriate and cost-effective future to ensure that the process of decommissioning proves a success.