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A new catalogue of net zero carbon building designs could provide a significant boost to Scotland’s affordable housing sector, as part of a standardised approach for local authorities and housing associations to adopt across a range of future developments. The energy-efficient design and perfo

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Learning from the mistakes of the past is a common theme for the project team delivering the £207.3 million Edinburgh Trams to Newhaven line. The first phase of the trams project began operating in May 2014 after six years of disruption and a long-running dispute between the council and contra

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Dandara East Scotland is celebrating the upcoming launch of its new Pinkhill Gate development near the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland’s (RZSS) Edinburgh Zoo by sponsoring two of the wildlife conservation charity’s most famous residents – giant pandas Yang Guang and Tian Tian.

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Restoration work will now begin on the iconic gasholder, which sits at the heart of a planned new sustainable coastal town at Granton Waterfront. A report approved by the City of Edinburgh Council’s Finance and Resources Committee yesterday recommended McLaughlin & Harvey Limited carry out

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Plans for a new neighbourhood on Leith’s waterfront, including around 580 homes amidst substantial public landscaped spaces, have been submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council. The detailed planning application marks Phase 2 of the £250 million transformation of Ocean Terminal by its S

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Developer HUB and specialist sustainable and impact investor Bridges Fund Management (Bridges) have received planning permission for a residential-led development on Beaverhall Road in Edinburgh. The project will provide 205 Build to Rent homes, including 52 affordable homes, as well as creative wor

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Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has completed the major refurbishment of Poppy Scotland’s Lady Haig Poppy Factory in Edinburgh, where all items for the Scottish Poppy Appeal are manufactured. Work included a comprehensive refurbishment of the factory, stores, and office areas,

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Two innovative construction festivals are taking place in Edinburgh as part of Scottish Careers Week with over 120 school pupils attending. The two events, at Royston Wardieburn Community Centre (Wednesday 9 November) and Gate 55 Community Centre (Thursday 10 November), have invited local schools to

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