News / Construction Blog
29th October 2020
COVID-19 has had a 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.
Renewables is one of these sectors. Whilst politicians herald a green recovery, on the ground the pandemic has seen developers adapting to remote working and new ways of communication, but their desire to progress their projects has continued largely unabated. Alongside that, investor appetite in the Scottish onshore wind market remains strong despite the pandemic, continued political uncertainty from Brexit and renewed support for Scottish independence.
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25th October 2019Public Procurement policy and practice, when it comes to facilitating SME involvement, seems to be focused solely upon ensuring there are opportunities at a Sub-Con
1st October 2019Construction specialist solicitor Ross Taylor has joined Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP as Partner. Ross Taylor, who has headed up Taylor Law in Dunfermline