Value of planned public sector construction in Scotland increases to £12.2bn

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The value of planned Scottish public sector construction projects has increased by £600m over the past six months to £12.2bn, according to a report from the Construction Pipeline Forecast Tool (CPFT).

The CPFT assessed details of more than 1,700 projects, providing a longer-term view on planned investment up to 2028, with the majority of the forecast spending due to occur before 2025.

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