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Architects have drawn up plans to redevelop the Port Edgar Marina into an exciting sailing destination along the Firth of Forth. GLM’s designs will see the construction of a new hub incorporating a restaurant, visitor’s centre and the marina’s yacht club and the redevelopment of the existing b

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A Highland housing association has confirmed its intention to build over 700 affordable homes over the next five years. Albyn Housing Society will build 500 social rented, 100 mid-market rent and 125 new LIFT shared equity homes by 2020, growing its social rented estate by 20 per cent. It will also

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A long-awaited report on proposals for a major retail development on Common Good land at Forres will go before members of Moray Council’s policy and resources committee next week. They will be asked to recommend to full council how, or if, the plans by Aberdeen-based Redco Milne for the land at Bo

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Scottish Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist, Josh Taylor, Ziggurat Student Living Director, Jim Pike and Barry McGuigan MBE Leith Walk student accommodation unveiled

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Glasgow City Council has given initial permission in principle for an extension to the city’s Silverburn shopping centre. Developers Hammerson want to build dozens more shops, a new leisure complex, a 110-bedroom hotel, a community centre, a park by extending the complex on the other side of the M

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Plans for a new supermarket in Edinburgh have been rejected amid fears the development would lead to increased congestion and poorer air quality. Proposed to be located within the St John's Road Pollution Zone in Corstorphine, the 21,000 sq ft store would have had a 140-capacity car park and brought

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