Holyrood PR TV Episode 84

by Rod MacLeod

Wednesday, September 11th, 2013



In this week’s HPRTV we have naked works of art causing a stir, Scotland’s youngest green deal assessor and a host of headline grabbing properties.

The Melville Bar in Edinburgh’s West End has been turning heads on a tricky staircase, forcing staff to censor the painting with some strategically placed leaves. The impromptu cover up however also turned heads with the local press and the story was picked up by Edinburgh Evening News, as well as national titles The Sun, The Daily Express and The Star.

From green leaves to green energy, Direct Savings Dylan Butchard has become Scotland’s youngest green deal assessor, part of a government backed scheme that allows homes and businesses to install energy saving improvements. Dylan’s story of success hit the pages of Daily Record supplement, Edinburgh Now.

And lastly, land and estate agent Bell Ingram have enjoyed a string of headlines this week thanks to a back to basics property on Mull, and for sponsoring an endurance cycling trip. The property pages of the Scotsman and the Daily Express picked up the Mull story, and the Oban Times ran a feature on the the cycling event.

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