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Proposals for a new distillery on the shores of the Dornoch Firth in Sutherland have been given the green light. Midfearn Distillery Company Limited will erect and operate a whisky distillery with associated warehousing, a bottling facility, tank farm, energy centre, landscaping and associated

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The building previously known as Tay House, which uniquely crosses the M8 motorway in Glasgow, is set for a full rebrand and £3 million refurbishment, and has already signed up new tenants. London & Scottish Property Investment Management (LSPIM), on behalf of Regional REIT, has begun the

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The construction of Scotland’s first new grain distillery in ten years will begin in the Scottish Borders next year after planners gave the development the green light. Jackson Distillers unveiled its vision earlier this year to deliver the lowest carbon and most resource efficient grain disti

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The City of Edinburgh Council has granted planning permission for a mixed-use development at Baltic Street, Leith. Designed by Michael Laird Architects on behalf of Sundial Properties, the development near the Shore will create student accommodation, affordable housing, retail units and a digital co

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Jackson Distillers has revealed plans to build the first grain distillery in the Scottish Borders with a vision to be the lowest carbon and most resource efficient grain distillery in Scotland. Planning proposals have been submitted for the St. Boswells Distillery located at Charlesfield Industrial

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Scottish Borders Council has granted Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) for a mixed-use redevelopment of a historic auction mart to create a "new town centre" for Newtown St Boswells.

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