East Lothian

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East Lothian Council has reached an agreement with Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL) for the purchase of a small part of the former Cockenzie Power Station site. ICOL, a subsidiary of Edinburgh-based energy company Red Rock Power Limited, received Planning Permission in Principle from Scottish Minis

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Housing charity LAR has spoken of its disappointment that after a planning application for affordable homes was rejected by East Lothian Council. A bid to deliver four houses and 22 flats on an empty site in Prestonpans was refused by members of the local authority’s planning committee.

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The new Wallyford Primary School in East Lothian held its official unveiling yesterday following an £18.9 million build programme. Cabinet secretary for education and skills and Deputy First Minister, John Swinney MSP, joined East Lothian Council’s cabinet member for education and childr

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East Lothian Council has approved plans for 1,500 new homes as part of a new development in Musselburgh. Planning permission in principle was granted yesterday for the mixed-use development at Old Craighall which will also include a primary school, business space, community facilities and public par

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East Lothian is to share in a £6 million investment geared towards developing skills in the construction sector. The Housing, Construction and Infrastructure (HCI) Skills Gateway is a £6m investment backed by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland Region City Deal.

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Scottish Ministers have granted planning permission in principle for an onshore substation, electricity cables and associated infrastructure on part of the former Cockenzie Power Station site. A planning application for the development, submitted by Inch Cape Offshore Wind Farm, was called in by Min

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Morrison Construction has officially handed over keys for the new £18.9 million Wallyford Primary School to East Lothian Council. Completed with development partner hub South East, the new facility replaces the existing school building at Salters Road.

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A near £300 million five-year programme of capital investment in East Lothian has been agreed after the local authority’s 2019/20 budget plans were approved by elected members. The capital spending plans have confirmed investment in local facilities and infrastructure, including inc

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Interserve has handed over the first of four energy-from-waste plants since the contractor made the decision to quit the sector. The renewable energy plant in Dunbar, delivered with project partner Babcock & Wilcox, has now been handed over to Viridor.

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Morrison Construction is to deliver a new primary school in Haddington that is being fully funded through developers’ contributions. Letham Primary School is being developed at Letham Mains on the west side of the town. The site was zoned for housing in East Lothian Council’s Local Devel

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The public are being invited to view latest proposals by Hallhill Developments Limited for a residential and recreational development at Hallhill in Dunbar. Since commencing in 1999, the Hallhill landholding has delivered around 1,000 houses with approximately 300 currently under development.

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East Lothian Council formally granted planning permission for a major transformation of the Glenkinchie Distillery visitor experience. Under the plans, Glenkinchie’s Victorian-era red brick warehouse buildings will be transformed into a multi-level cultural and sensory visitor experience, tell

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Work is gathering pace on the new Whitecraig Community Centre in East Lothian after groundworks began on the site. Due for completion in August 2019, the centre will include a multi-purpose games hall, creche and café. Changing facilities for Deantown Welfare Bowling Club members are also inc

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