East Lothian

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CALA Homes has submitted plans for a development of 36 homes in an East Lothian village. Following extensive engagement with local residents and the Dirleton Village Association, the developer has sought to design the site in a manner that respects the village setting, with a host of unique, tailore

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Plans have been lodged for a mixed-use development including the delivery of around 450 new homes at Longniddry, East Lothian. Located around Longniddry Farm, to the south of the existing village, the planning application for Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) has been lodged by developer Socia

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Muir Construction has won a £5.75 million contract to re-build and expand Randolph Hill Nursing Homes Group's Muirfield nursing home in Gullane. The contract will be carried out in two phases with work on the first 12 month phase beginning immediately and will focus on creating the facility’s mai

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Henderson House Architecture firm Barton Willmore has secured planning permission in principle for up to 125 residential units on the site of the former Fire & Rescue Service College in Gullane, East Lothian, subject to the signing of a planning agreement.

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A proposed updated planning document covering Edinburgh and South East Scotland is to be discussed during a public meeting next week. The SESplan (Strategic Development Planning Authority for Edinburgh and South East Scotland) aims to prepare and maintain an up-to-date Strategic Development Plan whi

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Final proposals for a £2 million extension and refurbishment of Prestonpans Health Centre have been approved by East Lothian Council. The plans will see the building increase in size and will provide purpose-built spaces for patients and staff.

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Barratt Developments plc is seeking more sub-contractors in East Lothian and the surrounding area to help it meet its ambitious plans for growth. With household names Barratt and David Wilson Homes, the housebuilder says as the economy continues to pick up and demand for new homes increases, it’s

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The Torness nuclear power station in East Lothian which produces enough power for two million homes is to remain operational for at least an extra seven years, operator EDF has announced. In a statement to the stock market this morning, the French energy firm said the plant would now be operational

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Proposals have been put forward by Cruden Homes to deliver 105 homes at Aberlady. A Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) has been lodged with East Lothian Council signalling the intent to lodge a planning application following a period of community consultation for the proposed site lying to the wes

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Morrison Construction has been named preferred contractor by hub South East Scotland on behalf of NHS Lothian for the £72 million construction of the new East Lothian Community Hospital in Haddington. Morrison will deliver a new 23,000 square metre community hospital on the existing Roodlands Campu

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NHS Lothian has submitted plans for the new £72 million East Lothian Community Hospital to be built on the site of the current Roodlands Hospital in Haddington. Construction is anticipated to start on the project in late 2016, however planning approval and business case approval is still awaited fr

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