New Masters Degree Programme to target innovation in the Oil and Gas Industry

A new masters degree programme is being launched to drive forward innovation in the oil and gas industry following collaboration between the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) and Scottish universities.

 

Aberdeen City Council statement on Broadford Works

Aberdeen City Council’s Planning Development Management Committee has today (Thursday, May 28) agreed to delegate authority to the Head of Planning and Sustainable Development, in consultation with the convener of the Planning Development Management Committee and the Convener of Finance, Policy and Resources to serve notices under the Building (Scotland) Act 2003 and the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) (Scotland) Act 1997, in respect of urgent works or improvements necessary to prevent access to the Broadford Works site and to ensure improved security and condition of the buildings. 

Closing date set for sale of Bon Accord Baths

A closing date has been set for offers to be tabled for the former Bon Accord Baths in Aberdeen city centre. 

Dons vice-chairman George Yule kicks off Golden Games 2015

Aberdeen FC vice-chairman George Yule today [Thurs 28 May] launched Aberdeen’s Golden Games – with a game of pickleball in the Marischal College Quadrangle!

Team effort as 42 HBJ Gateley lawyers run Edinburgh Marathon

Forty two HBJ Gateley employees will be joining the 2015 Edinburgh Marathon Festival on Sunday (31st) to raise money for charity set up in memory of a client’s son who died from cystic fibrosis.

Property optimism grows despite housing shortage

Royal Mail commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a study of people across the UK who took out the Redirection service to create Royal Mail’s inaugural Home Movers Study. 

Closing date set for sale of Bon Accord Baths

A closing date has been set for offers to be tabled for the former Bon Accord Baths in Aberdeen city centre. 

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