Construction leads - March 22nd


Applicant: Rutherford Colinton Ltd.

Planning Authority: Edinburgh

Details: Proposal to erect 11 No. light industrial /storage units on the site of a former flying club.

Location: The Flying Club Restaurant Turnhouse Road Edinburgh

Agent: Pend Architects. FAO: Jamie Anderson 40 Constitution Street Edinburgh

Reference: 23/00814/FUL

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Applicant: Home Inc Ltd. 

Planning Authority: Edinburgh   

Details: Development of 23 flats, commercial unit, access, landscaping, and associated works and demolition of building.

Location: 30 Longstone Road Edinburgh 

Agent: Fouin + Bell Architects. 1 John’s Place Edinburgh

Reference: 23/00809/FUL

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Applicant: Prospect Community Housing. 

Planning Authority: Edinburgh     

Details: New build 8  flats and communal stair with front and rear green space, parking provision to front (at street) and bike shelters for 20  bikes.

Location: Land 25 Metres East Of 36 Clovenstone Drive Edinburgh

Agent: Assist Design. FAO: Richard Michnowicz 94 Kerr Street Glasgow

Reference: 23/00763/FUL

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Contract Authority: Ochil View Housing Association Limited

Details: The Reactive Repairs contract will be for a period of 5 years; it will initially run for 3 years and then will have the option to extend for a

further 2 year period at Ochil View Housing Associations discretion and agreed on an annual basis.

The works comprise of the reactive repairs to occupied homes and void repairs to empty homes. This also includes a full out of hours

repairs service, 365 days a year. All trades should be provided (e.g. joinery, plumbing, electrical, building and roofing work).

Location: Alloa, West Fife, Tullibody & Hillfoots


Publication Date: 21/03/2023


Contract Authority: Stirling Council

Details: Stirling Council has a duty under the Flood Risk Management Act (2009) to inspect, maintain and repair flood sensitive assets to mitigate against the effects of potential future flood events. The Council also has a duty to homeowners and businesses in known flood areas to protect them from damage as a result of any council constructed asset failure. Should a property flood as a result of a Stirling Council constructed asset failure there is a cost to the Council in the form of a claim for loss.

Location: Stirling


Publication Date: 21/03/2023

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