Midlothian

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Midlothian Council has agreed more than £16 million of additional money from the Housing Revenue Account will be used to buy 100 new build homes for council housing from developers. Councillors approved the investment at today's meeting of the full council.

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Hart Builders lent its support to transform the outdoor area of a Midlothian leisure centre. Ladywood Leisure Centre, based in Penicuik, offers a variety of sports and social clubs for the local community. The area outside the centre was previously overgrown and unsuitable for holding outdoor activi

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A company specialising in roofing work has been fined after a self-employed roofer was seriously injured when he fell from a roof. Edinburgh Sheriff Court heard that, on 1 September 2016, a self-employed roofer was carrying out work for Phoenix Roofing and Cladding Limited, placing new roof panels a

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Swedish energy group Vattenfall has been selected by Midlothian Council as its energy partner in a 50/50 joint venture set to drive the shift towards low carbon living in the region. The partnership’s first project will be the installation of an innovative district heating network which will p

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Commercial fit-out and refurbishment specialist GHI Contracts has chosen to partner with building services provider Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd again with the delivery of three contracts across the central belt of Scotland. Comprising the reconfiguration of offices at 24 St Vincent Place in Glasgow, a h

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Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education John Swinney did the honours at a topping out ceremony yesterday on the site of the new primary school and community facilities in Danderhall. Mr Swinney with (from left) head teacher Stephanie Campbell, P7 pupils Hazel and Max and Midlothian

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Proposals to transform Midlothian Snowsport Centre into an all-year-round, multi-activity leisure facility have moved forward with an application for planning in principle.

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A category A listed ‘architectural gem' located near Bonnyrigg could be restored after Midlothian Council agreed plans to step in to help secure its future. Councillors approved a recommendation to use its statutory power of compulsory purchase to acquire legal title to Mavisbank House.

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