Industry leader welcomes opportunity to share business lessons

Ian Marchant, Chairman of the Wood Group, has welcomed the opportunity he will have to pass on lessons he has learnt to current and future business leaders later this month.

2014 Leadership Masterclass Read More...

Business leaders to pass on their secrets of success at business masterclass

The Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen branch is organising a business event at which established business leaders will pass on the skills and experience that have helped them in developing their careers.

IoD Sharing the Secrets of Success Read More...

New chairman and secretary appointed at IoD Aberdeen

The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed a new chairman and secretary to head up its Aberdeen and Grampian branch. Mark McCue takes over from Mike Bowyer as chairman, while Jody Mitchell becomes the new branch secretary. Read More...

Celebrating 800th anniversary of Aberdeen Burgesses charter

Later this month (February) the Burgesses of Guild of the City of Aberdeen will be celebrating the 800th anniversary of the charter granted to them by King Alexander II. It conferred on the guild various privileges and powers which enabled the burgesses to play a key role in the growth and development of Aberdeen over the centuries.

Colin G. Taylor - Dean of Guild Aberdeen Burgesses Read More...

Autism review panel call Aberdeen school a “centre of excellence”.

Camphill School Aberdeen has received a glowing report from the expert review panel who were re-assessing the school for the internationally recognised Autism Accreditation as the only school in Aberdeen to hold the international standard.

Callum Turner copy Read More...

IoD Scotland welcomes Government help for North Sea oil and gas industry 

David Watt, Executive Director of IoD Scotland, comments on the oil and gas industry announcement made in Aberdeen by Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the UK Treasury, Read More...

Problems of Aberdeen’s transport infrastructure spotlighted

The problems of Aberdeen’s transport infrastructure come under the spotlight at the Institute of Directors (IoD) meeting on Tuesday (November 18).

Eddie Anderson ARR Craib Read More...

Problems of attracting a workforce to Aberdeen

The problems that businesses in the Aberdeen area have in recruiting a workforce will come under the spotlight at the next Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen event on Tuesday, October 28. Read More...

IoD Aberdeen post-referendum business policy event

Institute of Directors (IoD) members in Aberdeen will have a chance to influence the institute’s policy after the referendum at a meeting in Aberdeen, on Wednesday, October 8.

David Watt. Executive Director, IoD Scotland Read More...

Developing services to meet changing needs

The latest Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter has been produced to coincide with the school’s Open Day on Saturday, September 20.

Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter Read More...

Camphill School Aberdeen open day

Camphill School Aberdeen will be holding an Open Day on Saturday, September 20 from 2pm to 5pm at the school’s Camphill campus on Milltimber Brae in the Milltimber area of Aberdeen.

Camphill School Open Day Read More...

Susan Deacon to be keynote speaker at IoD Aberdeen Masterclass

Susan Deacon, former Scottish Cabinet Minister, is to be the keynote speaker at the Institute of Directors (IoD) “Sharing the Secrets of Success” masterclass event in Aberdeen on Tuesday, September 16.

Susan Deacon Read More...

North-east business leaders for UK Director Awards

Some of Scotland’s top executives have been shortlisted for this year’s IoD Director of the year Awards, to be held in London in October. Read More...

Business leaders to pass on their secrets for success at Aberdeen business event

The Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen branch is organising a business event at which established business leaders will pass on their skills and experience in a series of masterclass sessions.

Patric Machray IoD Masterclass 2013 Read More...

IoD welcomes Flybe taking over Aberdeen to London City flights

The Institute of Directors (IoD) has welcomed the news that Flybe are to take over the Aberdeen International to London City Airport route, after the British Airways service on this route ceases.

Flybe Aberdeen to London City flights Read More...

IoD Scotland writes to British Airways chairman about Aberdeen to London City flights

The executive director of IoD Scotland, David Watt has written to Keith Williams, executive chairman of British Airways, to ask the airline to reconsider its decision to cease flights from Aberdeen International Airport to London City Airport.

Aberdeen International to London City flights Read More...

Save our London City Link

Mike Bowyer, chairman of the Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen, has spoken out about British Airways proposed ending of its Aberdeen International to London City flights.

Aberdeen International to London City flights Read More...

New members elected to IoD Aberdeen committee

The Institute of Directors (IoD) has elected five new members to strengthen its Aberdeen branch committee.

IoD Abd new cttee members Read More...

John Clark Motor Group to invest a further £4 million in new Aberdeen development

The John Clark Motor Group has announced it is to invest £4 million in the creation of two new motor dealerships in Aberdeen, bringing the total of its current investment programme in the city to around £8 million.

John Clark Nissan and Mini dealerships Read More...

Kenneth Clarke to be keynote speaker at IoD Aberdeen Masterclass

The Rt Hon Kenneth Clarke, Minister without Portfolio in the UK Government, is to be the keynote speaker at the Institute of Directors (IoD) “Sharing the Secrets of Success” masterclass event on Tuesday, September 17.

Kenneth Clarke Read More...

Business leaders pass on their expertise

The Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen and Grampian branch is organising a business event at which established business leaders will lead a series of interactive leadership masterclasses to pass on their skills and experience to others.

Bob Keiller IoD Sharing the Secrets of Success Read More...

Former Scottish rugby international David Leslie opens new Camphill facility

Former Scottish rugby international, David Leslie who played for Scotland 32 times, has performed the opening of new facilities for disabled swimmers at Camphill School Aberdeen.

Camphill School Aberdeen pool extn opening Read More...

£1 million investment heralds arrival of BMW electric car range

The John Clark Motor Group is investing £1 million in the refurbishment of its flagship BMW dealership in Aberdeen and the relocation of the John Clark Mini dealership.

John Clark Chris Clark Read More...

Donside reports strong interest in buy-to-rent

Chap Homes, who are developing the Donside village in Aberdeen in partnership with Tenants First Housing Co-operative, report that more than a third of recent apartment sales are to people buying to rent.

Donside apartment Read More...

Social pedagogy conference at Camphill

Representatives of local authorities from London to Shetland are among more than a hundred delegates arriving in Aberdeen tonight (October 18) for a conference hosted by Camphill Aberdeen tomorrow. Read More...

Scottish motor group reports record results in its latest annual accounts

The John Clark Motor Group, one of Scotland’s leading motortrade groups, has reported record results for the second year running in its latest annual accounts for the year to December 31, 2011.

John Clark Read More...

Open Day and Eco School flag raising

Camphill School Aberdeen is holding its annual Open Day this Saturday (September 22) from 2pm to 5pm at the school’s Camphill Campus on Milltimber Brae, Milltimber area of Aberdeen. Read More...

Four Camphill artists taking part in NEOS

Four artists based at Camphill in Aberdeen are taking part in this year’s North East Open Studios (NEOS) scheme, which begins on Saturday (September 15) and runs until Sunday, September 23.

costa Read More...

95% mortgages available at Donside as new scheme bridges deposit gap

Buyers of homes at Aberdeen’s Donside village development can now benefit from a new scheme that could allow them to purchase a new home with a deposit of only 5%.

Living room at Donside, Aberdeen Read More...

First phase of homes occupied at Donside in Aberdeen

The first phase of 42 homes at the Donside village development are now occupied and the first homes on phase two of the Aberdeen riverside development are being released for sale.

Donside village first phase is occupied Read More...

Norwegian teachers delegation visits Camphill

Camphill Aberdeen this week hosted a delegation of 49 Norwegian teachers who visited the city as part of their in-service training. Read More...

Camphill Aberdeen projects featured at international childcare conference

Two Camphill Aberdeen projects are to feature in presentations at an international childcare conference in Glasgow this week (September 4-7).

Nature Nurture Read More...

Camphill charities to join in Celebrate Aberdeen parade

Three Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire charities will be among around 120 charity and voluntary sector organisations taking part in this Saturday’s (June 9) Celebrate Aberdeen parade.

Celebrate Aberdeen 2011
Read More...

IoD Aberdeen focuses on Aberdeen Harbour

IoD Aberdeen is focusing on the crucial role played by Aberdeen Harbour in the city’s maritime industry at its networking lunch on Wednesday, June 13.

oil rig Read More...

Tool donations to help enterprise in Africa

Ellon Rotary Club have delivered two trailer loads of old tools to Camphill School Aberdeen, where they will be refurbished before being assembled into tool kits and sent to Africa by the Tools for Self Reliance charity.

Camphill School Aberdeen tools workshop Read More...

New Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter published

The latest edition of the Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter ‘Network” has just been published and is available to download (PDF 705k).

Network 5 Read More...

87% IoD Aberdeen vote in favour of City Garden project

A survey of IoD members and guests in the Aberdeen area has demonstrated strong support for the City Garden proposal.

City Garden Read More...

Report underlines “sector-leading” standards at Aberdeen school

An Aberdeen school that provides day and residential education for children and young people with additional support needs has been recognised as achieving “outstanding sector-leading” standards in a report by Education Scotland and the Care Inspectorate.

Amber Kindergarten Read More...

Camphill School Aberdeen achieves 100% satisfaction from parents

Camphill School Aberdeen has received a 100% satisfaction rating from parents as part of its re-assessment for the internationally-recognised Autism Accreditation. The long-established Aberdeen school, which inspired the worldwide Camphill movement, is one of only 14 schools in Scotland and the only one in Aberdeen to have achieved this standard.

Camphill School Aberdeen Read More...

At 26, Steven Black becomes vice chair of Britain’s largest housing co-operative

Steven Black, has been elected vice chairman of Tenants First Housing Co-operative – Britain’s largest housing co-operative. At 26 he is believed to be the youngest vice chair in more than 200 social landlords in Scotland, including housing authorities, associations and co-operatives.

Steven Black Read More...

World expert for Camphill autism conference

Dr Olga Bogdashina, who teaches and lectures on autism around the world, is to return to Camphill School Aberdeen next month (November) to lead a conference examining communication issues in Autism and Aspergers Syndrome.
Read More...

First homes released for sale at new Donside development in Aberdeen

The first release of 13 homes at the new Donside village development in Aberdeen has gone on on the market, with prices starting at £140,750. Chap Homes reports strong interest in the new development, with a large number of enquiries and one reservation received already.
Read More...

Joint venture agreement to drive Donside village development in Aberdeen

Tenants First Housing Co-operative and Chap Homes Ltd have entered into a joint-venture agreement to build the Donside housing development on the former Donside Paper Mill site in the Tillydrone area of Aberdeen.
Read More...

Camphill School Aberdeen opens its doors

Camphill School Aberdeen is holding an Open Day on Saturday, September 24 from 2pm to 5pm at its Camphill campus on Milltimber Brae, in the Milltimber area of Aberdeen.

Camphill School open day Read More...

Scottish motor group changes up a gear

The John Clark Motor Group has reported a strong financial performance in its latest annual accounts for the year to December 31, 2010. At £281 million, turnover for Scotland’s fourth largest motor group was up 10% up on 2009. Pre-tax profit increased from £1.7 million in 2009 to £3.1 million in 2010.
Read More...

Aberdeen group supports Camphill Wellbeing Trust

Aberdeen building services, engineering and marine safety company, the Richard Irvin Services Group has stepped in to help an Aberdeen charity to provide accommodation for patients who are undergoing therapy.

Stefan Geider and Joe Murdoch
Read More...

Planning application submitted for Aberdeen care home

Simeon Care for the Elderly has submitted a planning application to develop a new care home in its existing grounds at Cairnlee Estate in the Bieldside area of Aberdeen. The plan is the first stage of a planned redevelopment to create a new care home, day facilities and sheltered housing on the existing site.

Simeon elevation Read More...

Camphill charities to join in Celebrate Aberdeen parade

Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire charities will be among the 120 organisations taking part in the Celebrate Aberdeen parade and Saturday, June 11.

Town House Aberdeen Read More...

TV personality Timmy Mallett opens special needs housing development

Television personality and artist Timmy Mallett is to perform the official opening on Tuesday, June 7 of a new £2.7 million housing development specially designed for individuals with additional support needs.

Timmy Mallett at opening Read More...

Care experts head to Discovering Camphill conference

Leading experts in the field of care for individuals with special needs will be heading to Aberdeen on Tuesday (May 17) for a one-day national conference at Camphill School Aberdeen.

Camphill School Aberdeen Read More...

Conference to look at relevance of Camphill in meeting today’s needs

A conference to be held in Aberdeen on Tuesday, May 17, will review the 70 years since the foundation of the first Camphill community and ask if Camphill’s work is as relevant today as it was when Camphill House first opened its doors to children with special needs.

Camphill Read More...

The Spires targets Middle East market at the Arabian Travel Market

The Spires, operators of serviced suites in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, will be targeting the Middle East market in Dubai when it exhibitions at the Arabian Travel Market next month (May) for the fifth successive year.

ATM 2010 Read More...

Gardener’s forum to support care for the elderly

Beechgrove Garden presenter Jim McColl is among a panel of experts who will be answering questions at a Gardener’s Forum on Thursday, March 10 at 7.30 pm to raise funds for Simeon Care for the Elderly.

Jim McColl Read More...

£5 million European urban regeneration loan for Donside Urban Village

Tenants First Housing Co-operative has secured a £5 million loan for the social housing element at the Donside Urban Village development in Aberdeen. The funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB) was provided by The Housing Finance Corporation (THFC).

Donside Urban Village Read More...

John Clark Motor Group puts Monty’s Maggie’s Appeal into top gear

Winning 2010 European Ryder Cup Captain, Colin Montgomerie, has launched a fundraising partnership between Maggie’s Cancer Caring Centres and The John Clark Motor Group.

5473193041_4c730d397d Read More...

Chance to learn about the benefits of the International Baccalaureate

Prospective pupils and parents in Aberdeen will have a chance to learn about the benefits of the International Baccalaureate curriculum and also see the new premises of the International School of Aberdeen at a series of open events next week.

International School of Aberdeen Read More...

Talk examines organic farming and whether it improves food quality and health

Does organic farming affect the quality of food produced and could a difference in food quality affect human health?

cattle Read More...

Multicolour Camphill workers raise £2,000 for Java volcano survivors

People in Milltimber and Bieldside areas of Aberdeen may be doubting their eyes after this weekend as a group of eight from Camphill School Aberdeen go about their business with multicolour hair, plus two with pink beards.
Read More...

The Spires promotes suites as business-friendly alternative to hotels

The Spires, operators of serviced suites in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, is to focus on its benefits for business travellers with a stand at one of Europe’s top business travel exhibition next month.

Craig Duguid Read More...

How individuals with Down Syndrome bring joy to those around them

Dr Marga Hogenboom, author of the book ‘Living with Genetic Syndromes Associated with Intellectual Disability’, is to present a talk on Down Syndrome on Tuesday (January 25) based on her experience working at Camphill Medical Practice and Camphill School Aberdeen. Read More...

Serviced apartments are better than hotels, oh yes they are!

The Spires has turned to pantomime as it promotes its suites in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow over the Christmas and New Year period.

Ugly Sisters Read More...

Chris Clark appointed as director at John Clark Motor Group

Chris Clark has been appointed as a director at the John Clark Motor Group, the top four Scottish motor group established by his father, John Clark, in 1977.

Chris Clark of John Clark Motor Group Read More...

Camphill to feature in three-part radio documentary in Korea

Camphill Aberdeen communities are to be featured this week (December 1-3) in a series of three radio programmes looking at the work of the Camphill communities in Aberdeen. Read More...

Scots Rugby Star opens new centre

Scottish Rugby International, Moray Low officially opened Camphill School Aberdeen’s new £305,000 Therapy Centre Centre on September 25 as part of the school’s open day. Moray’s involvement recognises the substantial donation to the therapy centre fundraising effort, from the Wooden Spoon, rugby’s children’s charity.

Camphill School Therapy Centre Read More...

The Blank Stare - talk on media influence on children's speech

A talk in Aberdeen, on Tuesday, April 26, will look at the influence of the media on children’s speech development.

child staring (posed by model) Read More...

New name for Aberdeen medical charity

The charity arm of Camphill Medical Practice has changed its name to help distinguish itself from the associated NHS practice. The charity will now be known as Camphill Wellbeing Trust, while the NHS practice will retain the Camphill Medical Practice name.

Camphill Medical Practice Read More...

Aberdeen Conference on Autism leads to greater understanding

Dr Olga Bogdashina, who teaches and lectures on autism around the world, led a one-day conference entitled ‘Autism: Sensory Perception and the Triad of Perspectives’ at Camphill School Aberdeen yesterday (Wednesday, October 6).

Olga Bogdashina Read More...

International Flag Parade marks move into new home for school

The International School of Aberdeen’s will mark its move to a new campus in Cults, Aberdeen, on Thursday, October 7 with their International Flag Parade.

International S|chool of Aberdeen Read More...

Scottish motor group reports upturn in its latest annual accounts

The John Clark Motor Group has reported a significant upturn in its latest annual accounts for 2009, which have just been published. While turnover was maintained at a similar level to 2008, the group’s operating profit improved from £1.8 million to £2.8 million.

Read More...

Autism in the spotlight at one-day conference in Aberdeen

Dr Olga Bogdashina, who teaches and lectures on autism around the world, is the main speaker at a one-day conference entitled ‘Autism: Sensory Perception and the Triad of Perspectives’ to be organised by Camphill School Aberdeen on Wednesday, October 6. Read More...

The Spires heads to the Office show in London

The Spires, operators of serviced suites accommodation in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, is to present its business facilities at the Office, a brand new exhibition at Earls Court in London on September 21-22. The new exhibition is aimed at office managers and PAs .

The Spires Directors Suites Read More...

Camphill School Aberdeen opens its doors

Members of the public will be able to visit the place where the international Camphill movement began 70 years ago, during an open day at the Camphill campus of Camphill School Aberdeen on Saturday, September 25 from 2 pm to 5 pm.

Camphill campus Read More...

Scotland’s first degree in social pedagogy

The University of Aberdeen will launch the first degree programme in Scotland in social pedagogy today (Monday September 6) through a unique partnership with the Camphill School Aberdeen.

Read More...

Tell world of your ambition IoD Director General tells Aberdeen

Miles Templeman, Director General of the Institute of Directors (IoD), in Aberdeen to learn about the offshore energy industries, has told business leaders in the city that they need to promote the city’s past success and future ambitions.

Cameron Ramsay and Miles Templeman Read More...

IoD Director General visit to Aberdeen to hear needs of energy industries

Miles Templeman, Director General of the Institute of Directors (IoD) is to visit Aberdeen on Thursday (September 2) to hear what the offshore energy industry in Aberdeen requires to sustain the oil and gas industry and maximise the potential of emerging marine renewables.

oil platform at surnrise Read More...

Is being 'included' being 'excluded'?

Rowan (not his real name) came to Camphill School Aberdeen, an independent day and residential school, a few years ago. His family was close to breaking point. Rowan was ‘attending’ his local school but was more ‘excluded’ than ‘included’.

Camphill House Read More...

The Spires aims to build US business at travel convention in Houston

The Spires, operators of serviced suites accommodation in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, is to exhibit at the NBTA International Convention & Exposition which takes place in Houston Texas, from August 8 to 11. The Spires will be on Stand 544 in the exhibition hall at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

The Spires Glasgow Read More...

Katy plans skydive to raise funds for sister’s special needs school

Katy Wood, who has cerebral palsy, is planning to jump out of a plane early next month to raise money for her sister’s school.

Katy and Beth Wood Read More...

Work to start next month on Aberdeen’s Donside Urban Village

Work is due to start work next month on the construction of a new £55 million urban village on the 25-acre site of the former Donside Paper Mill in the Tillydrone area of Aberdeen.

Donside Urban Village Read More...

Historic £55 million housing boost for North East

The biggest development of low cost homes ever built in the North East will form part of a new urban village on the site of a former paper mill beside the River Don in the Tillydrone area of Aberdeen.

Donside Urban Village Read More...

City of Aberdeen Burgesses Guild visit Camphill

Around 30 Burgesses and guests from the Burgesses Guild of the City of Aberdeen marked the 70th anniversary of Camphill with an insight into the its foundation in wartime Aberdeen.

Burgesses Read More...

Official opening of Scotland’s first super-efficient homes from Canada

The first Canadian Super E affordable houses in Scotland will be opened on Thursday (May 20) in the Kincorth area of Aberdeen by Sushma Gera, Trade Commissioner at the High Commission of Canada to the United Kingdom.

Read More...

Camphill Connections summer edition

We have completed the latest Summer 2010 Camphill Connections newsletter for Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire.

Camphill Connections Read More...

The Spires builds relationships with Middle East

The Spires, operators of serviced suites accommodation in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, is exhibiting at the Arabian Travel Market, the Middle East’s leading travel and tourism event, which opens its doors in Dubai on Tuesday, May 4.

Arabian Travel Market Read More...

New website will capitalise on new technology and social media

The Spires, operators of serviced suites in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, has launched a new website that will realise the potential of its recent investment in new technology and build on its use of social media.

The Spires new website Read More...

Deeside Rotary to hear about Camphill’s work in 70th anniversary year

Members of the Rotary Club of Aberdeen Deeside will be guests of Camphill on Wednesday evening (March 31) to hear about the work of Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire communities in this, the charity’s 70th anniversary year.

Camphill School pupils Read More...

Camphill School Aberdeen launches new website

Camphill School Aberdeen, a school for children with complex special needs, has launched its new website at www.camphillschool.org.uk.

Camphill School Aberdeen website Read More...

Mistletoe cancer therapy talk

Dr Stefan Geider of the Camphill Medical Practice will be talking about the use of Mistletoe Therapy in the treatment of cancer.

Camphill Medical Practice Mistletoe Therapy Read More...

Children and young people affected by trauma

Camphill School Aberdeen is to host a conference on Tuesday, April 13 that will focus on how children and young people are affected by trauma. Read More...

Aberdeen mother aims for Kilimanjaro summit

Jane Riach, mother of a pupil at Camphill School Aberdeen, is setting her sights on reaching the summit of Kilimanjaro this summer to raise money for a new Therapy Centre at the school.

Camphill School Aberdeen pupils Read More...

Delegates head to Aberdeen to honour 70 years of Camphill

Representatives from 56 Camphill communities across the UK and Ireland will be heading to Aberdeen later this month to honour 70 years since the opening of the first community in the city.

Camphill care Read More...

The Spires showcases at London travel show

The Spires, operators of serviced suites accommodation in Aberdeen, Birmingham and Glasgow, is presenting its business facilities at one of Europe’s top business travel exhibitions in London next week.

Director's suite Read More...

The Spires invests in new management system designed for growth

The Spires, which operates serviced suites in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Birmingham, has awarded a contract to Guestline Ltd for the installation of a web-based hotel management system.

A suite at The Spires Read More...

UK Disability Minister visit to Camphill

Jonathan Shaw, UK Minister for Disabled People, is due to visit Camphill School Aberdeen on December 8 to learn more about its work with children who have special needs.

Camphill School Aberdeen Read More...

Aberdeen City Council one year on

A year and one day after she took over as Chief Executive of Aberdeen City Council in difficult circumstances, Sue Bruce will share her experiences and her vision. Read More...

How to survive Christmas

Ten tips from the spires suites to help you have a merry Christmas filled with peace and goodwill

The Spires offers Read More...

Tenants First Annual Report published

The 2008-09 Annual Report of Tenants First Housing Co-operative, Britain’s largest housing co-operative, has been published.

Read More...

Wood Group in IoD focus

IoD Aberdeen members and guests will get an insight into the growth and development of the Wood Group at their networking lunch on Thursday (October 29). The speaker is Allister Langlands, Chief Executive of the John Wood Group.

Wood Group Read More...

What will GDF Suez exploration and production base mean for Aberdeen?

IoD Aberdeen members and guests will get an insight into the development of a new £6 million GDF Suez exploration and production base in Aberdeen.

Read More...

Successful year for The Spires

Serviced suites operator, The Spires has turned in a strong performance for the 2008-09 financial year. The company remains eager for UK expansion.

Margaret Beattie Read More...

Steven becomes Scotland’s youngest tenant assessor

Steven Black, from Peterhead, has been appointed as Scotland’s youngest tenant assessor.

Steven Black and Martin van der Lee Read More...

The Spires feature in IoD magazine

The Spires Directors Suites are featured in the IoD Scotland Spring 2009 magazine.

The Spires in IoD Scotland Read More...

Canadian High Commissioner marks energy-efficient homes deal

The Canadian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom, James R Wright marked a deal with Tenants First Housing Co-operative for energy-efficient Canadian timber homes. The High Commissioner was in Aberdeen to attend All Energy 09, Britain’s largest renewables technology exhibition.

Read More...

Glasgow housing co-op becomes part of Britain’s largest

Four Walls Housing Co-operative in Glasgow has reached agreement to become part of Tenants First Housing Co-operative, Britain’s largest housing co-operative, based in Aberdeen. Read More...

£500,000 refurbishment complete at The Spires in Aberdeen

The Spires has marked the completion of a £500,000 refurbishment of its Aberdeen serviced suites, with the launch of new Director’s Suites.
The Aberdeen-based business which operates serviced suites in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Birmingham, realised that its business guests were wanting the ability to work more efficiently from their suites.

Read More...

Housing co-operative launches zero-carbon housing programme

Tenants First Housing Co-operative, Britain’s largest housing co-operative [based in Aberdeen}, is launching a quest to develop high-quality, carbon-neutral housing. Read More...

Project managers focus on crisis communication

Ken McEwen will be presenting on the subject of ‘Communicating in a crisis situation’ at the Association for Project Management Aberdeen seminar on Monday, January 26.

Read More...

New PR consultancy has a wealth of experience

A new name launches on the public relations scene in Aberdeen, Scotland this autumn. While the business may be new, the expertise behind it is long-established.

Project Urqhart Loch Ness PR Read More...
© 2009-15 Ken McEwen Public Relations. All rights resererved. Contact