(from left) David Small (chief officer, East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership), Paul McGirk (chief executive, Hub South East), First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Andrew Milne (project director, NHS Lothian), Philip Galbraith (project director, Morrison Construction) First Minister Nicola Stur
The wait is almost over for the East Lothian Community Hospital as the project takes another major step forward this week. The keys to the freshly completed Out-Patients Department were given to NHS Lothian on February 23 and will open to patients from March 12.
A planning application has been submitted to East Lothian Council to convert the Quay Complex in Musselburgh into a 40-bedroom luxury care home. Owned by entrepreneur Charan Gill, the Quay is located five miles from the centre of Edinburgh on the A1 at the picturesque harbour of Fisherrow, overlooki
A significant package of capital investment in council housing and schools totalling more than £220 million is set to be delivered by East Lothian Council over the next five years. Almost £93m will be spent on new affordable council housing in addition to almost £60m on the modernisation of exist
A view of the new Abbey Gardens development at Old Craighall Housebuilder Cruden Homes has commenced construction at two new developments in East Lothian.
CALA Homes (North) has submitted a planning application for a proposed residential development in Inverurie. Located in the Conglass area, on Crawford Road, the development would see the creation of 57 homes comprising four and five-bedroom detached houses as well as an allocation of affordable prop
Gerry More A residential development in Haddington that includes a new primary school is making considerable progress with the introduction of a second developer.
The new homes proposed for Baileyfield South Two new housing developments in East Lothian and the East of Edinburgh have now received planning approval, in a move set to help address local housing shortages.
Report outlines vision of potential employment zone and energy quarter at Cockenzie Power Station site
The Cockenzie Power Station during its demolition in 2015 A potential vision of a mixed-use development of the former Cockenzie Power Station site including an employment zone, an area for a potential energy quarter and an improved harbour setting has been revealed in a new report.
© Simpson & Brown Architects Plans to transform the Scottish Seabird Centre's existing premises into a new national marine centre have been rejected by East Lothian Council on the grounds that the project would have a detrimental impact on the local area.
The power station was demolished in 2015 The former Cockenzie Power Station site is to be sold to East Lothian Council meaning the regeneration of the land can now progress.
Bathroom pod manufacturer Offsite Solutions has been awarded a supply contract for the new £70 million state-of-the-art East Lothian Community Hospital. The firm will provide 134 factory-built bathroom pods for the 22,000sqm community hospital in Haddington. The units will be supplied without floor
© Simpson & Brown Architects Amended plans have been submitted for the proposed national marine centre in North Berwick.
(from left) Paul McGirk, chief executive, hub South East Scotland Ltd; Eddie Robertson, Morrison Construction; Shona Robison; David Small, chief officer, East Lothian Health & Social Care Partnership; Peter Murray, chair of East Lothian Health & Social Care Partnership; Iain Graham, NHS Loth
A development of 140 flats on part of the site of the former Tesco store in Musselburgh has been approved by East Lothian Council's Planning Committee. Permission in principle for a mixed-use development on part of the former Brunton Wire Works was granted in September 2008 and out of that developme