Midlothian

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Students from Newcastle’s Northumbria University have paid a visit to Shawfairt to learn how a new town is created and developed. The 42 second-year students are studying for a BSc (Hons) in Quantity Surveying which includes construction technology, economics, measurement, contracts and law.

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Construction work on a Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Melville Housing Association development of 26 new affordable homes in Bilston is now under way. (from left) David Loney, site manager (Taylor Wimpey Bilston affordable), Abby Kelman, land manager for Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Neil Edgar,

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Hallam Land Management have submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) to Midlothian Council which outlines their intention to submit a planning application for phase two of a residential development on land at Seafield Road in Bilston.

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has secured detailed planning consent from Midlothian Council for 304 new homes through the development of land off Main Street on the northern boundary of Roslin in Midlothian.

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Councillors in Midlothian have approved masterplans to regenerate Newtongrange centre and Stobhill and Lady Victoria business centre. The masterplans could be worth £20.2 million to the Midlothian economy and generate 447 jobs. They will be used to inform the future land uses in these areas an

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