24th September 2020
Andy McFarlane, Head of Renewables, discusses the current state of play of the renewables industry in Scotland, including the opportunities, challenges and the way forward.
COVID-19 has had an extremely profound impact on the economy. Sectors which have been a bedrock of the Scottish and British economy have been damaged and some changed forever. However, there are some areas which remain relatively unharmed and which may help to lead recovery from the now confirmed recession.
24th September 2020Andy McFarlane, Head of Renewables, discusses the current state of play of the renewables industry in Scotland, including the opportunities, challenges and the way
17th September 2020We are delighted to announce the continuation of our sponsorship of the Ross County U14 team. We are looking forward to seeing the team in our branded tops a
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22nd June 2020Roddy Cormack, Accredited Specialist in Construction Law at Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP, is calling on the government to come to an agreement with industry