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New road and rail links to Edinburgh Airport and an extended Borders Railway are among major projects being drawn up by a partnership of local authorities, under ambitious £1 billion city deal plans announced today. The Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region – comprising Edinburgh, Borders

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Pictured with the former cash-and-carry building ‘The Blue Shed’ behind them from left are Dame Seona Reid (chair of the National Theatre of Scotland), Laurie Sansom (artistic director of the National Theatre of Scotland), Baille Liz Cameron (executive member for jobs and the economy at Glasgow

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(left to right) Stuart Eynon, property director, Peter Vardy Ltd; Peter Vardy, CEO, Peter Vardy Ltd; Duncan Ogilvie, CEO, Ogilvie Group; Bob Gray, construction director, Ogilvie Construction Work starts on new Aberdeen £4m Porsche Centre

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A Scottish company director who admitted falsifying business records to make fraudulent claims for almost £220,000 in VAT refunds has been electronically tagged for eight months and ordered to pay £100,000 in compensation, after an investigation by HMRC. Garry Gibson, 60, from Edinburgh, claimed t

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(left to right) back row - Judith Darnell (Business & HR Manager), David Vince (new partner, Edinburgh), Kate Bilbrough (new partner, Edinburgh ), Neil Moir (new partner, Aberdeen,) Murray Warner (new partner, Edinburgh), Allan Smith (new partner, Edinburgh), Paul Duncan (new partner, Dunfermlin

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A new tax which changes the way people pay duty on house purchases has come into effect in Scotland today. The Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) replaces UK stamp duty under new devolved powers contained in the Scotland Act 2012.

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The Glasgow School of Art has chosen Page\Park Architects to lead the restoration of the fire-damaged Mackintosh building. The firm saw off competition from Avanti Architects, John McAslan and Partners, LDN Architects LLP and Purcell, who were all shortlisted in January, to restore the art nouveau b

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A £4.7 million construction contract for the first phase of the regeneration of Denny Town Centre has been awarded by Falkirk Council to Clark Contracts. The work, won through a competitive tender, involves the construction of ten new build retail units, a library and community space with associate

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