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Rosewell Road

Posted on 31 October 2014

A Carlsson Properties development constructing six retail units on Rosewell Road in Bonnyrigg, Midlothian are progressing well and are set to be completed in October this year. So far the main retail unit has been rented out to Tesco Express and the tenancies of the remaining five units are in varying degrees of negotiation. Premier […] Continue Reading

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Ireland

Schomberg House

Posted on 30 October 2014

Schomberg House is a major development in east Belfast involving a large museum interpretive centre for the surrounding community. The Orange Order is probably the largest Protestant fraternity in the world. The new centre is set in place to support the organisation by accommodating and displaying its large range of historic artefacts – some of […] Continue Reading

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London & South East

Revealing Tredwell’s

Posted on 30 October 2014

Marcus Wareing Restaurants has recently opened its third venue in the form of Tredwell’s. The British café and bar, which cost £1.5 million, gained its name from the butler in Agatha Christie’s The Seven Dials Mystery. The restaurant has launched in the Seven Dials area of Covent Garden and lies over 5,500 square feet and […] Continue Reading

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Heritage, Scotland

Historic Scotland

Posted on 30 October 2014

2014 has been a busy year thus far for Historic Scotland – an Agency within the Scottish Government which is responsible for the safeguarding the nation’s historic environment – and this is something which is set to continue. This year has so far seen the agency complete a nationwide review of canal buildings and begin […] Continue Reading

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Ireland

Restoring Gobbins Coastal Path

Posted on 29 October 2014

The restoration of Gobbins Coastal Path, situated on the famous Causeway Coast, Islandmagee, is progressing well and is set to be fully completed by December 2014. The £7 million project will see Gobbins Cliff Path restored, after it fell into a state of disrepair following its closure in 1954. Many of the original metalwork structures […] Continue Reading

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Scotland

Saiko Kitchen

Posted on 29 October 2014

Situated in the vibrant and bustling city of Edinburgh, a cultural new street food eatery named Saiko Kitchen has been unveiled to the public. Work began on creating the venue in July, and the restaurant opened its doors at the end of August, offering pan Asian food to customers, a delicious offering of Asian street […] Continue Reading

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Scotland

RJ McLeod

Posted on 29 October 2014

RJ McLeod Ltd is a contractor that operates across a broad field of construction disciplines with resources spread across Scotland. The organisation is one of Scotland’s largest privately owned civil engineering and building contractors. Established for over 60 years, RJ McLeod has effectively produced results which have satisfied clients, allowing them to build upon their […] Continue Reading

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Wales

Refurbishing Sesswick Pumping Station

Posted on 28 October 2014

A project to modernise and improve facilities at Sesswick Pumping Station near Bangor-on-Dee, Wrexham, continues to make great progress. Once work is complete, the scheme will provide Wrexham and the surrounding area with a reliable supply of raw water for treatment purposes, alongside a more secure pumping station which will be better flood protected. The […] Continue Reading

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London & South East

City Pub Company East

Posted on 28 October 2014

The City Pub Company is a combination of two separate companies; the City Pub Co. East and City Pub Co. West. City Pub Company East is a high quality and successful pub business founded in December 2011 by the established industry entrepreneurs David Bruce, Clive Watson and John Roberts. Impressively, the business took off straight […] Continue Reading

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Scotland

Kijlstra speeds up Glasgow Environmental Programme

Posted on 28 October 2014

Kijlstra, Europe’s leading manufacturer of precast drainage products and solutions have been appointed by Scottish Water as one of its framework suppliers. Working for contractor George Leslie Ltd, they have supplied a range of CSO Chambers, large Vario Manholes, Headwalls, and Kiosk Bases in various sizes for a number of sites within the Glasgow Environmental […] Continue Reading

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