PARTNERS in the £700 million Tay Cities Region Deal have gathered in Perth to sign up to deliver the Heads of Terms for the agreement.
Ambitious plans to make Perth one of Europe’s great small cities will take a major step forward this week with the launch for the first time of a single consistent place story for the region.
Perth construction firm Morris & Spottiswood has been selected by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) to take on a programme of works after being appointed to its Estate Contractor Framework.
Tourism is the “heartbeat” of the Perth and Kinross economy, according to the country’s national agency for attracting visitors.
Biking has never been so popular: figures show that the total number of motorbikes licensed in Scotland topped 70,000 in 2016. A figure that has risen by 64% in just 20 years.
“You know it’s right when people are taking photographs of the food before they take a taste.”
That’s the advice of Andrew D. Scott, business consultant and serial hospitality entrepreneur, who draws on more than 15 years’ experience running his own food & drink businesses.
A 60 week programme of work to transform the B-listed former St Paul’s Church on Perth’s Old High Street will get underway on 15 October 2018.
Tayside’s economy would receive a £500 million boost from an eco-innovation business park in Perth, developers claim.
The management team at Perth-based Morris & Spottiswood have acquired Livingston Mechanical Services in a bold move to drive M&E (Mechanical & Electrical) growth in line with its ambitious group strategy.
At Expo Real 2018, the Scottish Cities Alliance, a unique collaboration of Scotland’s seven cities and the Scottish Government, will launch its largest investment portfolio yet, with billions of Euros worth of prime development opportunities.