A small tree in Glasgow signals hope for forests throughout the world, as new carbon accountability platform is revealed at COP26

‘Great oaks from little acorns grow, as the saying goes’, and on a young tree in Glasgow during COP26 this week, a transformative technology was unveiled which could have a lasting impact on the future of all the trees on the planet. On the imposing concourse of the City of Glasgow College off Cathedral Continue Reading

Build to Innovate – public sector professionals invited to new Public Buildings Framework launch webinar

Public sector procurement experts LHC London and South East will be hosting a free webinar on 16 November, 10am – 11am about their latest Public Buildings Construction and Infrastructure (PB3) Framework. The £1.6 billion framework will help local authorities, social landlords and other public sector bodies to source contractors for works relating Continue Reading

Proposal to convert former DWP Job Centre office block in Glasgow’s Bridgeton to 49 private rental flats finally gets green light from city’s planners

A project to convert a former Department of Work and Pensions Job Centre building in Bridgeton’s Muslin Street into 49 new homes for private rental has finally been given the go-ahead by Glasgow City Council following a planning review. Glasgow-based Spectrum Properties first submitted plans last year to turn the Continue Reading