David Stewart MSP, Labour, is delighted that the Scottish Government has published guidance to the building industry, ahead of installing fire sprinklers in all new social housing with new regulations coming into effect next year
Researchers at RMIT University, Australia, have been working on developing bricks that use recycled cigarette butts in their composition.
This week there has been some good news for the construction and tourism sectors in Scotland.
“This new tool offers the advantage of being able to conduct inspection and analysis of 3D data remotely, while still obtaining precise results.” Lyn Wilson, HES
Nick wanted to construct a greener alternative to traditional house building methods and built his home out of straw bales.
“Construction workers should not be used as test subjects by building luxury flats to get an economy moving that values wealth at the expense of our health.”
A project has launched to recruit and train 100 new construction assessors across all of Scotland’s construction Colleges.
It is estimated that 930,000 homes in Scotland are below that standard.
The Economy, Energy and Fair Work Committee of the Scottish Parliament wants to hear how the sector can move forward and spur on other areas of the economy.
Kirkwall’s future development will now be shaped by Your Kirkwall which was fully backed by Orkney Islands Council on Tuesday 9th of October.