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A long-running planning saga regarding the redevelopment of a key development site on Leith Walk looks set for a successful conclusion for Drum Property Group. The company’s latest proposals for Stead’s Place, near the foot of Leith Walk, were today approved by the City of Edin

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A vision for central Glenrothes to become a vibrant and sustainable place for the local community and visitors from other areas by 2030 has been approved by Fife Council. The Glenrothes Town Centre Masterplan, led by Halliday Fraser Munro planning consultants, sets out a route map for informing prio

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Work on an innovative outdoor learning setting for pre-school children gets underway at Aberdeen’s Duthie Park later this month, the local authority announced today. Preparatory work will commence on March 29 at the park’s East Lodge which will be the hub for the project which will see t

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Architecture and planning practice Halliday Fraser Munro has been named as a finalist in three categories in the prestigious annual Scottish Property Awards. The firm has been shortlisted in the Business Resilience category and the Inverurie Community Campus development, on which it was design team

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Quattro House, an empty office building in the south of Aberdeen could be partially demolished to make way for new flats if plans submitted by Faro Capital are approved. The building, which was recently valued at £1.5 million, has lain empty since Petrofac vacated the premises in summer 2015 &

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Architecture and planning practice Halliday Fraser Munro is launching a search across the UK for young creative designers to show off their skills and imagination in its latest competition ‘Design your dream school’.

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Plans to demolish three warehouses in Aberdeen to make way for 33 apartments have been recommended for approval by city planners. Councillors have been urged to conditionally approve the detailed proposals for Union Glen, as long as the developer signs a legal agreement to meet certain con

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Dunfermline-based furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has delivered its largest-ever contract in the education sector. The £3 million project was for the manufacture of bespoke furniture and fit-out of the new £55m Inverurie Community Campus – one of the large

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