East Lothian

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East Lothian Council has published flood maps for Musselburgh. In May 2016, the East Lothian Council Cabinet approved the Local Flood Risk Management Plan (LFRMP) for the Forth Estuary Local Plan District and confirmed a flood protection scheme for Musselburgh. Work has progressed to advance the flo

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A donation of building materials has allowed an East Lothian rugby club to build a new storage facility to aid its current growth plans. Musselburgh Rugby Football Club (RFC) has completed the build of a three-room storage unit following a donation of quality building materials from housing develope

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A Haddington-based malt ingredient supplier has agreed a £7 million funding package with HSBC to expand its grain-processing capacity by building new facilities. Puremalt manufactures natural malt ingredients for the food and beverage industry.

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East Lothian Council’s planning committee has granted permission for the final new homes at Hallhill in Dunbar and a further 100 homes as part of the wider development at Windygoul South, Tranent. The final phase of the wider development at Hallhill, will see 197 houses and 48 flats delivered

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To mark Scottish Careers Week, one MSP is flying the flag for careers in the built environment after visiting one of Scotland’s largest mixed-use developments. Martin Whitfield MSP, a former primary school teacher and Labour Member of the Scottish Parliament for South Scotland, visited Blindwe

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East Lothian Council leader Norman Hampshire outlines the local authority's reaction to the 4th draft National Planning Framework (NPF4). The draft NPF4 provides a spatial strategy and core planning policies to guide where development and infrastructure should go.

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