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The former Royal High School has been put on the open market by the City of Edinburgh Council for interested parties to submit development proposals in return for a long lease of the building.

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A street of new homes within a future phase at Taylor Wimpey’s Hawthorn Gardens in South Queensferry will recognise and provide a lasting legacy to former Lord Provost George Grubb who served the local community as a local Liberal Democrat councillor for 13 years during the period 1999-2012. G

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The first spades were put in the ground yesterday to bring the historic former Granton Station back to life as a high-quality creative workspace at a cost of up to £4.75 million. The project will be part funded through the Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund and Town Ce

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has confirmed that construction work on new homes at its West Craigs development, located off Maybury Road on the outskirts of west Edinburgh has started and is now in full swing.

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The final phase of the City of Edinburgh Council’s Powderhall Stables refurbishment, which will transform a historic 1890s former stable block in the Broughton neighbourhood of Edinburgh into work and events spaces, is now under way.

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CALA Homes is calling on the surrounding community to engage in a potential new development north of Currie that includes a new road to relieve pressure on Lanark Road West.

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The City of Edinburgh Council continues to make good progress on a number of its infrastructure projects despite the significant impact of dealing with the global pandemic on the hundreds of services it provides for the city, a new performance and benchmarking report has revealed.

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