East Lothian

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National Museums of Scotland has appealed to Scottish Ministers to overturn a council’s decision to refuse planning permission for a new £15 million visitors' centre at the Museum of Flight.

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East Lothian Council is pressing for an area of the county, which includes the planned exemplar new town at Blindwells and the former Cockenzie Power Station site, to be designated by Ministers as a National Development. The Scottish Government has asked planning authorities to suggest projects or s

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A former Royal Bank of Scotland branch in Prestonpans is set to be redeveloped as a restaurant and flats under plans submitted to East Lothian Council. The proposals have been submitted by Ayres Wynd Developments and are now under consideration by the council planning committee, the East Lothian Cou

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A homeowner has won a planning battle started after a neighbour challenged her decision to paint her front door pink.

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Work is progressing well on the new £1 million extension to Port Seton Community Centre with the foundations in place and the steel frame complete. Cllr Jim Goodfellow with representatives from Hadden Group and East Lothian Council

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The legacy of one of East Lothian’s most famous sons, John Muir, has been immortalised through a five-metre high steel bear sculpted by renowned Scottish artist, Andy Scott, the man behind the ‘Kelpies’ and other well-loved sculptures.

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