Forth Ports

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A Build to Rent project on Edinburgh’s Western Harbour is planning to expand as residents are welcomed into the latest phase of the development. Harbour Gateway, the largest project of its kind in Scotland, was made possible by innovative National Housing Trust funding provided by City of Edin

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Architecture practice 7N has revealed its full vision for a mixed use neighbourhood of more than 900 new homes at Western Harbour on Edinburgh’s waterfront.  To be delivered in collaboration with Forth Ports Ltd and Rettie and Co, the development will deliver 938 homes within a

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A Port of Leith industrial building has been identified as the home of a major Scottish film and television studio as developers are invited to refurbish and operate the facility. National film body Screen Scotland has today launches a tender process inviting proposals from private developers to lea

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A major redevelopment of the Western Harbour area of Leith including the delivery of around 1,600 new low cost rental homes has cleared a key planning hurdle. A revised design framework (RDF) brought forward by site owner Forth Ports was unanimously approved yesterday by councillors on the developme

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An aerial view of the Port of Rosyth A new purpose-built facility which will become the main agri-hub in Scotland is to be developed at the Port of Rosyth after agricultural specialist Cefetra Ltd signed a long-term contract with Forth Ports Ltd.

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Forth Ports has announced plans to invest in a purpose built training academy located within Scotland’s biggest port. To be located at the Port of Grangemouth, the 420 m sq Training Academy will provide additional in-house facilities for equipment skills training and new classrooms for safety and

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Scarborough Muir Group has today launched a £250 million development masterplan offering industrial, office, warehousing and leisure space adjacent to the new £1.35 billion Queensferry Crossing. With two new land sales near completion, the ‘Queensferry One’ development spans 120 acres and occu

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More than 1000 low cost rental homes could be built on derelict ground at Edinburgh’s Western Harbour if developer Forth Ports secures a £76 million loan from the Scottish Government, according to the Edinburgh Evening News. An initiative launched in April last year invited housebuilders to bid f

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Dundee’s prospects of becoming a decommissioning hub for North Sea Oil & Gas have taken take another step closer with the appointment of the contractor to construct a new quayside at the port specifically designed to handle this work. Southbay Civil Engineering was selected by Port of Dundee o

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The owners of the Port of Dundee are to invest more than £10 million to create a new quayside with an industry-leading “heavy lift” capability and a significant onshore operational area. The privately funded investment will result in the development of the quayside at the East end of the port,

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