East Lothian

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Construction and property consultancy Thomas & Adamson (T&A) has been appointed as principal designer on two new projects in Edinburgh and East Lothian. The first has seen T&A monitor the safe installation of the Edinburgh City Christmas lights and Christmas tree on The Mound. This is th

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Network Rail has appointed Amco as the main contractor for the planned £13 million enhancement of Dunbar station.

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During the development of East Lothian Community Hospital, the physiotherapy team based at Roodlands needed a space to continue to provide much needed rehabilitative in-patient care. The £70 million development will create a modern, purpose-built hospital on the existing Roodlands Hospital sit

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The legacy of one of East Lothian’s most famous sons is to be 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, the first images of the bear being constructed in the workshop have now

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Plans have been formally submitted to “significantly expand” the visitor centre at Lowlands distillery Glenkinchie. Diageo’s plans centre around the renovation and conversion of Glenkinchie’s traditional red brick warehouse buildings into a multi-levelled visitor experience, which will inclu

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Planning applications for 68 homes at Dunbar and works at three Ash Lagoons at Levenhall Links have been given the green light by East Lothian Council. Councillors on the local authority’s planning committee heard that the site south of Dunbar’s Brodie Road had previously been earmarked for a ho

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East Lothian Council can now proceed with providing land for more than 10,000 new homes after the East Lothian Local Development Plan 2018 (ELLDP 2018) was approved by the Scottish Government. The ELLDP 2018 will be used by the council to help determine all planning applications which are put forwar

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Young people with charity Action for Children have visited Morrison Construction’s £18.9 million Wallyford Primary School project as part of a four-week employability programme. Action for Children works with youth to help them overcome disadvantage, including providing employability support in p

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Planning permission has been refused for a proposed mixed use development at Kingslaw in Tranent. Members of East Lothian Council’s planning committee met to discuss a series of applications. Nine committee members agreed with the planning officials' recommendation to refuse the Kingslaw proposal

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Refreshed designs for the next phase of housing at Lethington Gardens – part of the wider Letham Mains development to the west of Haddington, East Lothian – have been given the green light. Planners have approved an application from Mactaggart & Mickel Homes for 60 properties for private sal

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Proposals for residential development at Longniddry South will be unveiled to the public next week. Developers Cruden Homes (East) and ZeroC will be displaying their proposals for development at the Longniddry Inn on August 29 from 3pm to 8pm.

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