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Turner & Townsend to lead Crown Estate Scotland framework encompassing port infrastructure and capital works | New Civil Engineer

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Turner & Townsend has been appointed to lead a multi-disciplinary consultancy for Crown Estate Scotland’s Built Development, Coastal and Land Transactions Professional Services Framework.

The three-year framework was awarded via a competitive public tender, and will run until 2026, with the option of extending for up to two years, and aims to support Crown Estate Scotland’s development, investment and divestment strategy.

It will deliver projects across Crown Estate Scotland’s urban, rural, marine and coastal portfolio, including port infrastructure and housing, and will cover capital work programmes over £150,000.

James Darrie, Director for Real Estate, Scotland, at Turner & Townsend said: “Our experience in managing urban development programmes, as well as coastal and port infrastructure, across Scotland and the UK makes us well-placed to help Crown Estate Scotland deliver its strategic objectives as it looks to target investment where it will best support Scottish communities and businesses.

“We are looking forward to working closely with this team of highly experienced consultants, bringing each firm’s specific expertise to bear, to strengthen Crown Estate Scotland’s sustainable use of property and natural resources.”

Turner & Townsend will lead a consultancy team on the framework including CBRE and Bell Ingram, who will be providing surveying, valuations and negotiations services.  Meanwhile, Iceni will provide Planning Consultancy services, supported by Blackhall & Powis who will be advising on offshore and renewable planning matters.

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