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Locals in Pitlochry and visitors to the Perthshire town will welcome news that a proposed dualled section of the A9 between Pitlochry and Killiecrankie will have no impact on the venue for the hugely popular “Enchanted Forest” event held in Faskally Wood every autumn. The preferred route for the

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A developer in England has applied for planning permission to build an experimental house that could rise on jacks above flood waters If tests are successful the house could provide a model that would enable housebuilding on thousands of sites across the UK which at present cannot be developed becau

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A church has been forced to remove a huge 12ft wooden cross – because it forgot to apply for planning consent. The Scotsman reports that the cross was fixed last month to the outside of the Grade B-listed Gilfillan Memorial Church, in Dundee, which was built in 1887.

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Bob Watt An architect who made a key contribution to the regeneration of Levenmouth is to be commemorated with a street named after him in Kingdom Housing Association’s latest development at Methil Brae, which Kingdom is developing for Glen Housing Association.

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  A pair of Australian construction bosses have managed to dupe authorities in one of the most authoritarian nations on earth into letting them compete in a international professional golf tournament.

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An Aberdeenshire gravedigger had a more intense Halloween experience than he was probably hoping for yesterday when the walls of a plot he was digging collapsed and trapped him inside.

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Network Rail is calling for help to solve a 71-year mystery after detailed drawings for a second rail bridge over the Firth of Forth were found hidden in an old box under a desk in Glasgow. Historians are trying to find out why the plans, dating back to 1945, which would have seen a second bridge be

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International superstar Emeli Sande has pledged her support to the multi-million pound redevelopment of Aberdeen’s historic Music Hall. The singer-songwriter, who hails from Alford in Aberdeenshire, is instantly recognisable from her striking profile emblazoned on the large building wrap surroundi

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The logo to be used when Glasgow hosts a selection of games for the Euro 2020 football tournament was launched today featuring the city’s famous ‘Squinty Bridge’. Landmark bridges across Europe are being used as a theme for each of the tournament’s host cities with the Clyde Arc forming the

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Plans have been approved for a pirate ship in the grounds of the house which helped to inspire JM Barrie to write Peter Pan. Designed by LDN Architects, the play equipment is part of a wider scheme to convert Moat Brae in Dumfries into a national centre for children's literature.

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