East Lothian

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East Lothian Council has pledged to develop a masterplan to secure the future of the former Cockenzie Power Station following two failed bids to develop the site. The local authority discussed the use of the site this week and agreed to consider joint venture and public ownership, creating a specifi

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The date for the controlled explosive demolition of the Cockenzie Power Station chimney stacks has been confirmed as Saturday 26th September. The decision was reached after close consultation between ScottishPower, East Lothian Council and Police Scotland.

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Cala Homes has been given planning permission for a development of 376 new homes at Letham Mains on the west side of Haddington in East Lothian. New homes on the 21 hectare site will include 167 detached houses, 30 semi-detached properties, 46 terraced homes, 14 town houses and 119 flats.

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East Lothian Council has called on all parties to make clear their intentions for the future of the former Cockenzie Power Station site as the authority begins to prepare its detailed plan for development in the county.

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Alex Neil Scottish housing secretary Alex Neil has intervened in the cases of six major developments across the Lothians in a move which is expected to fast track the building of more than 1200 new homes.

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Plans to create a new town boasting 1600 homes on a former opencast mining site near Tranent have been unveiled. Blueprints for the 300-acre development in East Lothian includes large community parks, a loch, a park and ride, a supermarket as well as shops and business parks, The Scotsman has report

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