Midlothian

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Cabinet secretary for social justice, housing and local government, Shona Robison MSP, has welcomed the latest phase of 30 new social rented homes being built in Bilston, Midlothian by Melville Housing Association. (from left) Abby Kelman (land manager for Taylor Wimpey), Iain Alexander (production

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Work has commenced on the construction of 57 affordable homes in a prime location within Midlothian, being built by CALA Homes (East) on behalf of Dunedin Canmore. Comprising 16 cottage flats, 13 terraced homes and 28 apartments, the homes form part of the wider Mauricewood Masterplan in Penicuik an

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The ruins of Rosslyn Castle in Midlothian are set to undergo a major programme or repair and renovation. Built by the St Clair family, the oldest parts of Rosslyn Castle date back to the early 14th century, with the fortress bearing witness to several turbulent periods in Scottish history.

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Plans have been submitted for the development of new homes on the site of a former Dalkeith rail yard. Caledonian Trust wants to demolish an existing shed and deliver six houses, garages and an access road on the brownfield infill site off Melville Road in Eskbank.

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A public consultation is underway on a proposal from Midlothian Council to submit a planning application for a new development of around 134 homes for rent at the former Newbattle High School playing fields site near Dalkeith.

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Detailed plans are now being drawn up for an all-year-round, multi-activity leisure facility at Midlothian Snowsports Centre after a final business case was approved by councillors. Centred around a new carbon neutral main building, the Destination Hillend project will offer

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Demolition work on the former St. Mary’s Primary School building in Bonnyrigg will begin this week to pave the way for a potential new intermediate care facility and new extra-care housing. Subject to final planning approval, Midlothian Council plans to develop the site, which is bounded

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Proposals to replace a number of office and other buildings owned by Midlothian Council in Dalkeith with new housing, retail and community space are to be considered as part of an initiative to regenerate the town centre. As a result of the pandemic, the council has seen a transformation in how it w

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Crosbie Homes, the new build housing arm of Morris & Spottiswood, has delivered high-quality social housing in Oxton and Pathhead after entering into its first new-build contracts with both Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) and Midlothian Council.

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