Federation News

We have assembled news stories which are related to the construction and building industry in Scotland.

Articles of Interest

24th April 2018

Plans for replacement hospital progress
The outline business case for the replacement of a care home and a small hospital on the Isle of Barra has been approved – Visit BBC News to read more

Stadium work gets planning permission
Aberdeen FC has been granted official planning permission for a new stadium and training complex – Visit BBC News to read more

School building condition rated 'poor'
An assessment has found three Borders secondary schools have major defects or are in constant need of repair – Visit BBC News to read more

Highland councillors approve plans for redevelopment of former Farmfoods store in Inverness
A run-down corner block in central Inverness is set for redevelopment into a modern retail and residential building – Visit The Press and Journal to read more

Progress in Elgin housing development hailed as ‘tick in the box’ for Moray
Elgin is being readied for massive population growth after councillors yesterday backed plans for 500 homes and a new primary school – Visit The Press and Journal to read more

Moray golf course could be halved in size to make way for homes
Dwindling player numbers have prompted a Moray golf course to turn to housing in an attempt to safeguard its future – Visit The Press and Journal to read more

Final ‘piece of the jigsaw’ in place to build new secondary school in Moray
The growing population of Lossiemouth will benefit from a new secondary school after councillors gave final approval for a £42 million build – Visit The Press and Journal to read more

Landowners asked to build council houses in Aberdeen to ease waiting list
Landowners around the city could be asked to build council homes on their land in a bid to tackle a waiting list of more than 4,000 people – Visit The Press and Journal to read more

Dundee’s new eyeful tower
There can’t be many who would disagree with me that Tayside House was anything but a hideous scar on the skyline of Dundee – Visit The Press and Journal to read more

24th April 2018