Dumfries And Galloway

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hub South West Scotland is to work in partnership with Dumfries and Galloway Council to deliver the new £48m Dumfries High School after plans for the new state-of-the-art education facility were approved.

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The transformation of a once derelict blight on Dumfries High Street into homes and enterprise spaces has reached a new milestone. Scaffolding has been removed from the front of Midsteeple Quarter’s landmark development, with work on its interior now fully underway.

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Dumfries and Galloway Council's Economy and Resources committee will today consider a report on the Vacant and Derelict Land and Property Strategy (VDLPS). The report outlines the council’s approach to managing and regenerating vacant and derelict land and property. It also outlines the Counci

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A Place Plan for Stranraer has been prepared following extensive consultation with residents. Dumfries and Galloway Council agreed in 2021 that five places across Dumfries and Galloway should be included in the Borderlands Place Programme as part of the Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal. The five pl

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Last year Dumfries and Galloway Council injected more than £56 million into the local economy through supply chain spending, with the construction sector being the largest beneficiary. Overall, more than 30% of all council suppliers were locally based and more than 50% based within Scotland.

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A former nightclub in Fife which was destroyed by a fire over the weekend is to be demolished due to safety concerns. A blaze broke out at the derelict building, which formerly housed Maxwell’s, on Wellesley Road, Methil at around 2.30pm on Sunday.

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A Welsh civil engineering firm has showcased its expertise and adaptability by successfully delivering the 10-turbine phase two of Sandy Knowe Wind Farm in Scotland after the previously appointed contractor went into administration. Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK stepped in to carry out the work at

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Almost 300 households in Dumfries will benefit from lower energy bills after Riverside Scotland secured £1.5 million of funding to make their homes more energy efficient. The seven-figure investment will see 294 homes, which were built almost a century ago, benefit from significant energy effi

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