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Thursday, June 15th, 2017


Scottish Home Awards

Robertson and S1 pick up top homes prizes

Des Clarke

Robertson Homes picked up the top prize at the Scottish Home Awards following a year in which it has expanded into north east England. It was named House Builder of the year for companies building more than 150 units. S1 Developments was winner of the house builder (less than 150 units) for the third successive year. Five hundred leaders from the house building industry and their guests gathered at the Glasgow Hilton to celebrate a year of innovation and design across a range of sectors. Hosted by the comedian DesRead More

First chief executive appointed

Wells to drive Carnoustie’s reputation

As part of an ambitious drive to further its reputation as one of the world’s top golf destinations, Carnoustie Golf Links Management Committee has appointed Michael Wells as its first ever chief executive. Wells joins the Carnoustie Golf Links team from The R&A in St Andrews, where he was the Director of Championship Staging at The Open. He is expected to take up his post shortly after next month’s Open at Royal Birkdale. “I feel privileged and honoured to be selected to become Carnoustie Golf Links’ first chief executive,” heRead More

John Lewis executive

Interview: Andrew Murphy, retailer

Mind the Gap

Line proving to be a magnet

Borders rail acting as catalyst for growth

Borders railway

The Borders Railway is acting as a catalyst for economy growth as forecast when the line was proposed..

Glasgow firm heads to market

Quiz Clothing confirms £200m Aim flotation

Quiz Clothing

Womenswear retailer Quiz has confirmed it will float on the Alternative Investment Market..

Agency builds Edinburgh staff

McAllister switches to Clark Communications

Danielle McAllister

Clark Communications has appointed an account manager in its Edinburgh office…

Minister accused of holding information

Tories say Yousaf ‘knew about rail delay’

Humza Yousaf

The SNP has been accused of holding back information it had before the general election on a delay to a flagship rail project…

Three members vote for rise

Bank edges closer to raising interest rates

Money - own pic

Bank of England interest rate setters today dropped hints that a rise may be looming ..

Scottish Accountancy & Finance Awards

Campbell Dallas is large accountancy firm of the year

Ian Williams

Independent accountancy firm Campbell Dallas has won ‘Large Accountancy Firm of the Year’ for the third year in a row at the annual Scottish Accountancy & Finance Awards 2017 held in Glasgow.  The firm was praised by the judges for its leadership role, innovation and boldness within the profession and an increase in fee income of more than a third during the last five years.  It was also credited for its impressive organic growth and continued investment in staff and offices, including the recent opening of a new £1m Perth office.Read More

Hotel technology

Equator gives Village a virtual host

Martin Jordan

Village Hotels will become the first chain in the UK to adopt the latest technological advance with the help of a Glasgow creative agency. Full story (click here).