East Dunbartonshire

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Work to deliver a long-term ambition for a major new community sports facility in Bishopbriggs has taken a step forward after the project gained planning permission last week. East Dunbartonshire Council, in partnership with East Dunbartonshire Leisure and Culture (EDLC) Trust, is moving ahead with

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East Dunbartonshire Council has given planning permission for a new primary school in Bishopbriggs. Lodged via architect Archial NORR, the proposals are for a two-storey school with attached nursery on Kirriemuir Road.

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East Dunbartonshire Council has given the green light for a new Community Hub to be built in Bearsden. The planning board approved planning consent for the construction of the new £3 million-plus facility, which will include the re-provisioning of the library and community archives from Brookwood a

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Archial Norr has lodged a planning application for a new primary school in East Dunbartonshire. To be built by Morgan Sindall on the site of the existing Woodhill Primary School in Bishopbriggs, the new development will replace the current Auchinairn and Woodhill Primaries and forms part of the East

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Plans for a brand new primary school in Lenzie took a step forward last week as full planning permission to build the new school with attached nursery was granted by East Dunbartonshire Council. Architect Holmes Miller lodged the planning application on behalf of the council for the new school, spor

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Retail specialist contractor McLaughlin & Harvey completes the seventh Waitrose store in Scotland as the newest addition opens its doors to customers in Milngavie. Branch manager David Sharp officially opened the 36,500 sq. ft. Store which includes a community room, a large cafe, a bakery grazin

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Multi-disciplinary design consultancy Morgan Sindall Professional Services (MSPS) was in attendance as Lairdsland Primary School was officially handed over in East Dunbartonshire. MSPS provided mechanical and electrical (M&E) and BREEAM services to the sustainably-built project, working with arc

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