Hub South East Scotland

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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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Graham Construction has completed work on the Rosemount Gardens and Court Complex in Bathgate. The care development, which Graham delivered over three phases on behalf of West Lothian Council in partnership with hub South East, was officially opened by leader of the local authority, John McGinty.

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(from left) Richard Park - operations director for hub South East Scotland, David Small - chief officer for East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership, Shona Robison MSP cabinet secretary for health, wellbeing and sport and Philip Galbraith - project director at Morrison Construction Health sec

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The project to redevelop the Royal Edinburgh Hospital campus has taken another major step forward with the keys to the £48 million first phase being handed to NHS Lothian in time for Christmas. The redevelopment of the hospital site was undertaken in partnership with hub South East Scotland, which

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Work on the new £70 million East Lothian Community Hospital will start in October after financial contracts were signed with the Scottish Government. The facility, which is being developed jointly by NHS Lothian and East Lothian Health and Social Care Partnership, will provide a fit-for-purpose fac

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(from left) Richard Park (operations director - Hub South East), Brian Houston (NHS Lothian chairman), Maureen Watt MSP, George Walker (chairman of the Edinburgh Integration Joint Board), Michael Graham (group executive chairman of Graham Construction) Iain Graham (director of capital planning, NHS

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Plans to deliver a new £32 million West Calder High School have been approved by West Lothian Council. The new 1,100-capacity school will be built by Morrison Construction near Parkhead Primary.

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The Phase 1 redevelopment of Royal Edinburgh Campus has been shortlisted in the 2016 Partnership Awards - recognising and rewarding the best in Public Private Partnerships. The £45 million project, being delivered through NHS Lothian's development partner hub South East Scotland, has been named in

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Final proposals for a £2 million extension and refurbishment of Prestonpans Health Centre have been approved by East Lothian Council. The plans will see the building increase in size and will provide purpose-built spaces for patients and staff.

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Construction work on the new Kelso High School is set to begin after financial close was reached on the £21.4 million project. Scottish Borders Council had hoped to begin construction of the facility last summer however it was one of a number of projects put on hold following a European ruling over

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