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Proposals have been put forward for residential development at Crawfield Road in Bo’ness by developers AWG and Mactaggart & Mickel. The development, which amounts to 225 houses, includes the delivery of 75 much-needed affordable homes. It is also proposed that affordable housing be priorit

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Three more local authorities have approved investment in infrastructure projects as part of newly agreed budget plans. Falkirk Council is to invest £220 million over the next five years in various infrastructure projects.

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125 additional homes, three local schools and Falkirk Council offices are all set to benefit from a newly announced £4 million project to extend an existing district heating system and create a private wire network at Callendar Park. The local authority has appointed specialist contractor McDe

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Falkirk Council has granted planning permission for the long-awaited restoration of a famous local distillery. The £12 million project will see the Rosebank chimney retained along with other historically significant buildings, while the distillery itself will be a contemporary design and run o

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Around £280 million is to be invested in Falkirk Council's housing stock over the next five years for improvements to existing homes and provision of additional homes. In 2019/20 alone, nearly £30m will be spent on improvements to around 4,700 properties including £8m on re-roofing

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Construction work on a new energy-from-waste plant in Grangemouth is due to commence next year after the £210 million project reached financial close. Specialist green energy project developer and investor Green Investment Group (GIG) and energy-from-waste (EfW) owner and operator Covanta yest

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Plans have been submitted by Oliver Chapman Architects for a new canal community hub in Falkirk. The proposals for Lock 16 will see the former Barrs Irn-Bru factory building transformed into a new workshop, offices and training facilities for Scottish Canals and its partnering organisations.

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Property investment and development firm Northern Trust has announced the start of work on the second phase of its a new £3 million commercial development at Grangemouth. In total the new development will total over 25,500 sq ft; with Barons Court covering 18,205 sq ft of modern industrial and

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Two Falkirk councillors have been charged by police following an investigation into planning concerns at the local authority. John McLuckie, depute convener of Falkirk Council’s planning committee, and planning committee member, James Kerr, were charged on Wednesday along with a third man.

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Energy giant Ineos is to invest £60 million to expand its Grangemouth site with the addition of a new furnace on its ethylene plant. The firm has awarded a contract to build the furnace to Germany-based Selas-Linde GmbH.

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Mechanical and electrical services provider Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd has been awarded a large-scale mechanical services contract with NHS Forth Valley. The Glasgow-based firm is to undertake the upgrade of building services for both Stirling Community Hospital and Falkirk Community Hospital.

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