SCOTLAND’S first artificial wave park is expected to open in 2024 after securing £26m from the Scottish National Investment Bank.
Wavegarden Scotland’s development of the Craigpark quarry in Ratho, near Edinburgh, will bring a 23-acre country park and create more than 100 jobs.
The project involves the installation of underwater equipment that can create waves, from slow water for beginners to powerful barrels up to two meters high for experts.
The iconic £55m development will be the country’s number one surf destination in the country, using revolutionary new technology.
Take a virtual tour of Scotland’s first indoor surf park
The owner of Glasgow’s famous Horseshoe Bar has warned that rising inflation is hurting trade at his British pubs, with rising prices likely to persist “throughout the next financial year”.
Mitchells & Butlers, whose brands include O’Neill’s, All Bar One, Harvester and Toby Carvery, among others, said skyrocketing utilities, wages and food costs were weighing on profits, while consumers were suffering from a shortage of disposable goods. income.
DELIVERY times between Scotland and China are set to be almost halved with the launch of a new direct service to help ease disruptions in the global supply chain.
The first flight from Ningbo in Zhejiang province is due to arrive at the Port of Greenock in mid-August with 1,600 containers, with a total of 4,800 containers arriving in Scotland and another 4,800 returning to China each month.
SCOTTISH video technology business Ajenta has appointed liquidators.
The Edinburgh-based video firm is said to be known for its immersive virtual classroom platform Vscene.
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