Midlothian

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Midlothian Council has unanimously granted planning permission to FCC Environment (UK) Ltd for the construction of a waste recycling and combined heat and power plant on former railway marshalling yards at Millerhill. FCC Medio Ambiente SA was appointed preferred bidder in December 2014 for the cont

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The £1 billion Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland City Region deal will reach a major milestone today as the six bid partners submit their proposal to the Westminster and Scottish governments. The bid partners, East Lothian, the City of Edinburgh, Fife, Midlothian, Scottish Borders and West L

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The volunteer-run charity behind a new £2.2 million community complex and office space for Midlothian is seeking new contractors to complete the centre after terminating the contract of previous builders. The Gorebridge Community Development Trust has removed T & A Kernoghan from the deal and b

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(from left) Mary Smith, the director of education, communities and economy at Midlothian Council, Bob Constable, the cabinet member for education at Midlothian Council, Barry Bryce operations manager for McLaughlin & Harvey, Jo Wilson, the headteacher of Roslin Primary Work has started on a £6.

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PSL Land Ltd (PSLL) has lodged an application with Midlothian Council for planning permission in principle for a unique mixed-use studio development site at Straiton, near Edinburgh. The 86 acre site will host a world-class film and television production facility incorporating six sound stages, an e

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(from left) Graeme Shanks, senior project manager of Taylor Wimpey and Bob Anderson, chairman of Melville Midlothian RSL Melville Housing Association is to deliver 28 new high quality affordable homes for the local area, thanks to a £2.8 million deal with house builder Taylor Wimpey.

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The opening of two primary school in Midlothian has moved a step closer after plans were submitted to the local authority. Midlothian Council is pressing forward with plans to open an eight classroom primary school and nursery in Bilston as well as one on land east of Whitehouse Way in Gorebridge. P

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