20,000 free meals will be delivered to the most vulnerable people across Kilmarnock and East Ayrshire as part of the Lift Up Your Hearts community fund created by Scottish businesswoman, Marie Macklin CBE.
Scotland’s largest container terminal, within the Port of Grangemouth, welcomed five new Kalmar/Cargotec straddle carriers as part of a multi-million-pound investment in terminal equipment at the port.
Stagecoach West Scotland announces a partnership with Ayr Racecourse to be the transport provider for its major race meetings in 2020.
The WaveWalker 1, one of only a few walking jack-up barges in the world, has been carrying out a geotechnical survey on behalf of the NnG project where it is drilling boreholes close to the shore and in the intertidal area, including the beach.
Swan Group, one of Scotland’s leading developers of affordable housing, has announced that it has submitted a major planning application for 151 affordable homes on Newhall Street in the East End of Glasgow.
Scotland’s leading business angel investment group, Archangels, has sold its 25% shareholding in Bellshill-headquartered document outsourcing specialist, Critiqom, as part of the sale of the business to Opus Trust Communications.
Swan Group, which specialises in the development and delivery of affordable housing, announced today that it has received planning consent for 100 new affordable homes in Royston, in the north of Glasgow.
A 360-tonne bridge has been lifted into place as part of construction of a new port for the South East, Tilbury2.
Arcus Infrastructure Partners (“Arcus”), an infrastructure fund with a focus on European infrastructure investment, Deutsche Telekom’s ICT subsidiary T-Systems and management consulting firm Arthur D. Little have formed a strategic partnership to fast-track the rollout of smart city services and infrastructure throughout Europe. The partners jointly offer cities an end-to-end solution from concept development to full-scale deployment including the provision of financing, technology and operations of smart city projects.
Abbeyfield Scotland, the charity that provides independent living with support for people across Scotland, held a celebration at their house in Coatbridge this week to mark the completion of an interiors upgrade project and its partnership with North Lanarkshire Council’s Enhanced Living Services Scotland programme.
North East Fife MSP Willie Rennie swapped the rough and tumble of politics for the tumble driers at Fishers’ laundry in Cupar today as he experienced for himself what it’s like to work for a day with Scotland’s largest commercial laundry. After a 6.00am start, Willie spent time checking in laundry and helping to sort it prior to the washing …
Swan Group, which specialises in the development and delivery of affordable housing, has today (22/10/19) announced Shelter Scotland as their first charity partner. Shelter Scotland, which campaigns for and helps people struggling with bad housing or homelessness through advice, support and legal services has just received £5,000 from Swan Group after a recent fundraising drive.