Pizza and laughs in Aberdeen

Aberdeen’s top funnyman and compere Kenny Luke today announced a night of laughs pizza and drinks at city hotspot the Adams on Holburn street. Kenny said: “This is the first of my comedy nights at the home of Big Manny’s Pizza. “We have an exciting line up of professional comedians ready to roll you intoContinue reading “Pizza and laughs in Aberdeen”

Drainage expert saves Scottish nursery

A Scottish drainage expert has stepped in to save a North Lanarkshire nursery project. The expansion of the Heathery Family Learning Centre set to provide early years education for up to 1140 children was under threat due to continuous water discharge. In September last year councillors were told there was a serious possibility that theContinue reading “Drainage expert saves Scottish nursery”

Hat-trick hit hopes for Folkestone four

The King Rooks are proud to present their third single release Disguise. After the success of their two debut singles Mary and What Do You Say Now the Folkestone band are back with another all-out rock anthem. This one needs to be listened to at maximum volume. The single was recorded and produced by DanContinue reading “Hat-trick hit hopes for Folkestone four”

What’s your biggest challenge?

So you have a building project and submitted a planning application. There are hoops to jump through and a significant one is drainage. When it comes to dealing with surface water the default position of Scottish Water is to refuse connection to storm drains and this can cause problems. What is your biggest challenge whenContinue reading “What’s your biggest challenge?”

#Inverleith Park update

I am delighted to confirm that we are already more than half-way through the works here in #Edinburgh.The project was expected to take 40 days, but we are already well ahead.Well done team.The City of Edinburgh Council #groundwaterdynamics #surfacewatersolutions

Surface water guy backs Baroness Brown

Scotland’s premier surface water expert Frank O’Donnell has welcomed the climate change risk assessment report. Mr O’Donnell said: “The Committee on Climate Change’s risk assessment report has implications for new build projects and adaptations alike. “We need to act now as our drainage infrastructure is literally bursting at the seams. I welcome Baroness Brown’s commentsContinue reading “Surface water guy backs Baroness Brown”