Falkirk

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A proposal to dispose of land for housing development will be considered by a meeting of Falkirk Council’s Executive next week. It has been put forward that a site north of Glasgow Road in Dennyloanhead will be sold to MacTaggart & Mickel Group for a purchase price of £1.552 mil

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Work on the long-awaited completion of Denny Eastern Access Road (DEAR) began this month with contractors RJ McLeod setting up on-site ahead of the 12-month project. This main phase of work will cost approximately £7.25 million with the wider investment for the project being approximately &pou

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Work on the long-awaited completion of Denny Eastern Access Road (DEAR) began this week with contractors RJ McLeod setting up on-site ahead of the 12-month project. This main phase of work will cost approximately £7.25 million with the wider investment for the project being approximately &poun

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Eight private properties in St Crispin’s Place in Falkirk have been brought back from the brink of demolition, undergoing an astounding transformation thanks to the hard work of Falkirk Council’s Empty Homes team. Built around the early 1900s, the properties had lain empty for extended p

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More than 300 residents and local business owners attended Falkirk Council’s masterplan event keen to see a vision of how the town centre could change and develop over the next 20 years. Even before the doors opened at 11am on Thursday, 22 June, a queue of people snaked around Trinity Church.

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A £100 million project which is set to deliver new homes, offices, food outlets and leisure facilities in Falkirk is on course to commence next year following the signing of a new development agreement. The move, which comes as joint venture partners Hargreaves Land and Fintry Estates reached

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Work on the long sought-after Denny Eastern Access Road (DEAR) will start next month after Falkirk Council partnered with a contractor to carry out the work. It is expected the work will last around 10 months and will see a connection running between Broad Street and Glasgow Road.

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