Hub East Central Scotland

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Construction on the new £14.1 million shared campus for Hayshead and St Thomas RC primary schools and an early years facility in Arbroath officially commenced today. The new campus is being constructed on the playing fields at the current Hayshead Primary School, an approach which allows both Haysh

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A topping out ceremony has been held for the under-construction school at Bertha Park, located on the northern outskirts of Perth. Scotland’s first brand new school in more than 20 years, the £32.5 million project is being led by hub East Central Scotland on behalf of Perth & Kinross Council

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Construction work on the Tullibody South Campus project has been cleared to begin after financial close was achieved on the £15 million development. The project is being delivered by hub East Central Scotland in partnership with Clackmannanshire Council Robertson Construction appointed as the main

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The Carnegie Library and Galleries in Dunfermline The value of hub East Central Scotland community infrastructure across Perthshire, Tayside, Forth Valley and Fife has grown to £617 million, of which £340m is now open and operational, according to the organisation’s latest annual report.

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A young apprentice had the honour of handing over the keys for the new GP and Minor Injuries Centre, delivered by hub East Central Scotland, which will open to patients in August 2018. Ruairi Gallagher, an apprentice heating engineer with FES and apprentice of the year at Glasgow Kelvin College, was

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The new £28.7 million Baldragon Academy in Dundee opened its doors for business this week as pupils entered the building for the first time.

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Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education and skills, John Swinney MSP, performed a turf cutting ceremony yesterday to mark the official start of works to build a new secondary school at Bertha Park in Perth. Due to open in August 2019, Bertha Park High School will be the first addit

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The designers for the revamped Perth City Hall and Perth Museum and Art Gallery have been unveiled following a competitive process. Metaphor has been appointed as the “interpretation and exhibition designers” for the city centre venues and will work with Mecanoo and Hoskins Architects, t

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Perth & Kinross Council has formally approved the appointment of Mecanoo to redesign Perth City Hall, despite criticisms over its selection procedure. The selection panel considering proposals from five shortlisted architects recommended the Dutch practice to transform the Edwardian venue i

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BAM Construction has been appointed by hub East Central Scotland to redevelop Perth City Hall. The building, which closed its doors to the public in 2005 and whose future was until recently the subject of much speculation, is to be converted by Perth & Kinross Council into a world-class visual a

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East Lothian Community Hospital The value of community-based facilities under construction across the Scotland-wide hub programme has reached £1.16 billion and is supporting over 9,000 jobs, figures published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) have revealed.

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(from left) Wayne Sutherland (hub East Central Scotland), Chris Coleman-Smith (Hoskins), council leader Ian Miller, Helen Smout (Culture Perth and Kinross), Andy Park (Ogilvie Construction), Martin Cooper (BAM Construction) Perth and Kinross Council is to invest £10 million in a major overhaul to P

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Key partners involved in the development of the new Stirling Care Village got together to cut the first sods to mark the start of construction yesterday. The £35 million development, which is being built in the grounds of Stirling Community Hospital, is a joint venture between Stirling Council, NHS

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The start of major construction works on two new Perth & Kinross Council primary schools was heralded by a visit to each site today by Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education John Swinney MSP. Mr Swinney will firstly visited Kinross Primary School before making a visit to Tullo

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