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NHS Glasgow Approves Health Facilities Development

NHS Glasgow Approves Health Facilities Development

The Board of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has fully approved plans for a number of new health facilities, worth some £50 million. The business cases approved include £11 million for Stobhill Mental Health Wards and £19 million for Clydebank Health and Care Centre. The next and final stage of the process of developing each […]

For myself and my colleagues at Quarterre, a transport and product design studio based in London, this has centred around two things this year: The London Design Festival, when the world and its soft furnishings comes to our doorstep and the Paris Motor Show, a veritable Grande Dame of the automotive industry whose glory days might be behind her now but who still knows how to put on a class act

Quarterre Car Designers Look At Sustainable House Design

Coming back from the summer break with recharged batteries and a suitcase full of souvenirs and good intentions, September always seems to do its best to

Increased Order Books

UK Contractors Report Increased Order Books

Increased order books for UK contractors haven’t defeated Brexit uncertainty, with high input costs fuelling fears of a subdued and cooling market for the


What E-Commerce Changes are Taking Place Within the Building Industry?

The building and construction industry reflects changes associated with modern technologies. While artisans and similar experts continue to use the same

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