Hub South East Scotland

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Work on the long-awaited community hub and high school in Midlothian got underway last week as pupils, staff and councillors joined the construction team to cut turf on the project. The state-of-the-art community hub and high school will replace Newbattle Community High School, providing high qualit

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Morrison Construction has been named preferred contractor by hub South East Scotland on behalf of NHS Lothian for the £72 million construction of the new East Lothian Community Hospital in Haddington. Morrison will deliver a new 23,000 square metre community hospital on the existing Roodlands Campu

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NHS Lothian has submitted plans for the new £72 million East Lothian Community Hospital to be built on the site of the current Roodlands Hospital in Haddington. Construction is anticipated to start on the project in late 2016, however planning approval and business case approval is still awaited fr

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Work on an £8.6 million new primary school in Duns is due to begin in the coming weeks after Scottish Borders Council authorised the start of construction. The local authority has been working alongside development partner hub South East Scotland to progress the project, which includes relocating t

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A new, purpose built ambulance station completed on time and on budget by hub South East Scotland and Morrison Construction has been officially opened in Melrose. The facility, situated in the grounds of Borders General Hospital, cost £1.9 million and replaces the old station in Roxburgh Street tha

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The value of projects under construction delivered through the Scotland-wide hub programme has leapt 78 per cent in the past six months. Latest statistics published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT), which manages the hub programme, shows the value of community buildings being built by the f

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(left to right) Michael Graham, Richard Park and Cllr Cammy Day Construction work has begun on a major project to build Edinburgh’s latest new, fit for purpose care home as part of continued investment in services for older people.

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The £48 million phase one redevelopment of the Royal Edinburgh Hospital is set to start later this month following the approval of the Full Business Case by the Scottish Government.

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The start of the construction of the £5.2 million Galashiels Transport Interchange has been marked with a ground breaking ceremony. Scottish Borders Council leader David Parker, Paul McGirk, chief executive of Hub South East Scotland, and Morrison Construction’s Alastair Sutherland were at the si

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