M-15 used to be sold as M-03 UK dark ale, I've used it a couple times under both incarnations. From my limited experience I'd recommend against using it for your Scottish Heavy, I tried it once in a Wee Heavy with an O.G. of 1.097 and it pooped out at 1.041, had to finish the beer off with a different yeast. That batch I split the ferment between M-15 and WY1728 [yes I actually had one package of liquid yeast arrive in a viable state] and the 1728 finished at 1.026, and tasted much more like what I'd expect from a Wee Heavy.
Sorry to not answer your question OP, but 1728 is as close to a house yeast as i've got and I use it in darn near everything malt forward that I brew and in my opinion its irreplaceable in scottish styles. Do you have access to white labs?
First thank you all for the answer, but I don't have acess to white labs here, there one place who sell but due to the quarentine the transport would not happen, they both beers would be low ABV, gonna do a dunkel bock, a american IPA, and Dark saison with higher ABV, so something with low would be nice. My first thought on the M15 is because of the low attenuation for the bitter, I did the same recipe with a vermont yeast, didnt find the one I wanted, the London III, so I take a risk, was a low temp so it was ok, the other yeast was the S04 which I have a problem with, the only time I did work with that yeast was in a English Porter, but now I want to do this recipe right, with a little extra body, like 1,012, ABV of 3,9-4%, I readed a lot and the M15 looked perfect but yesterday I thought the malt forward of the yeast could be perfect for the scottish, also low ABV 3,8-3,9%. I don't know what to do yet, but what Bob357, you jverduin and said make me think going the M15 to the bitter and M36, I already used with high temp produce a lot of esters, for the scottish but keep on the cold side, 62-63 F, and mash on the high side of temp 156-157 F, good think a little more, read a little more, and gonna brew next month, in july is ready and gonna give you guys the feedback.
Cheer folks, and stay safe