Edinburgh And South East Scotland City Region Deal

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Edinburgh's £75 million concert hall, the Dunard Centre, is set to receive £10m each from the UK and Scottish governments, and a further £5m from the City of Edinburgh Council to allow the project to move towards the first phase of construction. The music venue, which was given the

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Planning permission has been granted for the development of the Dunard Centre, a flagship new 1,000-capacity concert hall in Edinburgh city centre. The City of Edinburgh Council has backed the application for what will be the first new concert hall to be built in the city in over 100 years.

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Edinburgh’s first purpose-built music and performance venue in more than 100 years looks set to be given the green by councillors. The performance hall, designed by acclaimed architect Sir David Chipperfield and supported by Royal Bank of Scotland, has been recommended for approval by&nbs

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The first £5 million grant of the £50m Housing Infrastructure Fund has been awarded to Fife Council today to support the delivery of 8,000 new homes across Dunfermline as part of the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal. The fund will be awarded to councils and social

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Designs for Edinburgh’s first purpose-built music and performance venue in over one hundred years have been scaled back in height to avoid a potential legal battle with developers of the nearby St James Centre. A variation to the planning application is being submitted this week which cou

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Work on the first Dunfermline development to be funded by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal is now under way.

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Fife’s flagship industrial innovation investment programme is taking shape as construction work starts on nine new business units at Queensway Industrial Estate in Glenrothes.  (from left) Scott Sinton, Bell Group supervisor; Modern Apprentice Mathew Fleming; Mark Herd, Fife Council; Cllr

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Over 2,000 people in south east Scotland are set to benefit from the first wave of skills and career support from the new Housing, Construction and Infrastructure (HCI) Skills Gateway. Supported by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal and funded by the Scottish Government, the HCI

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