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A plan to protect homes, businesses and communities from flooding has been launched by environment minister Aileen McLeod. The Flood Risk Management plan contains 14 local strategies and proposals for 42 flood protection schemes or engineering works planned for 2016-21 and a range of other flood all

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Plans have been submitted plans to build 54 apartments on a brownfield site at Bell Street in Glasgow. Glasgow Edinburgh Developments is working in conjunction with Grant Stafford Ltd on the project which will also consist of 5,000 square feet of commercial space and over 40 parking spaces.

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Plans by Highland Council to demolish a community and family centre in Inverness and replace it with an enhanced £10 million facility have been abandoned following widespread opposition from residents and centre users. Representatives of local organisations met with council officials and elected me

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An appeal against the construction of a new Madras College in St Andrews will be heard by the Court of Session in Edinburgh today. A petition raised by St Andrews Environmental Protection Association Limited (Stepal), which questioned the legality of the decision to grant pe

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Campsie Road, Strathblane: David Frood is joined by children from Strathblane Primary School, community councillors, Councillor Lambie and other representatives from RSHA and contractor CALA Homes Work starts on Stirling homes

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Natural resources investing company Cluff Natural Resources (CNR) is to pull funding from a project to build the UK's first deep offshore underground coal gasification (UCG) plant in Fife. Plans for the UCG facility at Kincardine were put on hold last year after the Scottish Government imposed a mor

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Wind generated enough power to supply the electrical needs of 97 per cent of Scottish households during 2015, new figures published today have revealed. Analysis by WWF Scotland of data provided by WeatherEnergy found that a record final month of 2015 ended a “huge year” for wind and solar power

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Scottish-based ground improvement specialist Ground Developments Ltd has began work on a new primary school project in Portlethen, Aberdeen. The firm has started the ground improvements on a project to deliver the new Hillside Primary School for Farrans who are the main contractor.

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