Extensive survey work carried out at Musselburgh's Brunton Hall has confirmed that substantial areas of the building’s roof are constructed from Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RACC).
Stirling-based housebuilder Avant Homes Scotland has submitted plans to build 342 new homes with a gross development value of £91.6 million at Blindwells in East Lothian. The planning application follows Avant Homes’ agreement to acquire a 20-acre site at Blindwells from developer Hargre
A second phase of improvement works to the Civic Square and War Memorial on Prestonpans High Street starts today after new funding was secured.
Initial designs for the Musselburgh Flood Protection Scheme are to be presented at a public event next month.
As of yesterday, it was 100 days until East Lothian’s newest secondary school opens.
Planning applications for 168 homes across two sites in Dunbar and Longniddry have been given the green light by East Lothian Council.
A significant milestone in a £1.1 million project to repair and refurbish stonework and surrounding gardens at historic Preston Tower in Prestonpans is set to be reached with the removal of scaffolding.
New discretionary charges for East Lothian Council’s Planning Service have now come into force. Agreed by the council's cabinet last month, the new charges came into force on 1st April.
East Lothian Council has approved permission for 86 houses and four flats on land to the north of Castlehill, Elphinstone.
Apprentice stonemasons with The Ridge project in Dunbar have completed a commission at a multi-million-pound new facility. The two apprentices, Darren Brown and Simon Reay, worked on a boundary wall on the Wallyford Secondary Learning Campus site. They were supervised and trained by The Ridge Founda
Detailed plans for the Edinburgh Innovation Hub next to Queen Margaret University (QMU) have now been submitted to East Lothian Council for approval.
A £1.1 million project to repair and refurbish the stonework and surrounding gardens at the historic Preston Tower in Prestonpans is making good progress.
Thirty new council flats and houses are now under construction in Pencaitland, the first new council homes to be built in the village since 1985. Cruden Building Scotland, part of the wider Cruden Group, has started work on the energy efficient homes, which are funded by East Lothian Council's capit
East Lothian’s newest school has welcomed its first students – seven months before the building is due to open.
The progression of a Flood Protection Scheme to reduce the flood risk to properties and wider infrastructure of Musselburgh continues with the commencement of the public consultations on the Outline Design in February 2023.