Midlothian

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Plans to deliver Scotland’s first purpose-built film and TV studio on the outskirts of Edinburgh appear to have suffered a major blow following a ruling by the Scottish Land Court. Farmer Jim Telfer had faced eviction from his smallholdings at Damhead where Scottish Ministers formally granted plan

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Midlothian Council has agreed to build a three stream replacement school for Lasswade Primary School on the land adjacent to the current school. The local authority said the school will be required by 2023.

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Kathleen McAnea Kathleen McAnea outlines why developers should review a recent case when procuring works and considering the extent of their design consultant’s liability.

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Developers are on course to serve up a tasty treat for Dalkeith with plans for a £2 million development of a Starbucks coffeehouse and a KFC drive-thru restaurant. London & Scottish Developments has applied for planning permission for two buildings on the 1.5 acre site on land adjoining the Tes

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A map showing the path of the new road A new road linking Musselburgh with the new Shawfair community and Danderhall is set to reduce road traffic through Millerhill village by as much as 80% when it opens towards the end of this year.

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Scottish ministers have granted planning permission in principle for the country’s first purpose-built film and TV studio following a long-running planning battle. Developers PSL Land Ltd said the Pentland Studios, which will be based near Straiton, outside Edinburgh, could help kick-start Scotlan

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(from left) James Palmer, associate director, Shawfair LLP; Joanne Casey, homes director, Mactaggart & Mickel Homes; Fraser Conn, sales director, Bellway; Neil Gaffney, area sales & marketing director, Miller Homes A trio of housebuilders have outlined plans to deliver more than 500 new home

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Plans for the Newbattle Community High School replacement Midlothian is to embark on a major school building and extension programme after councillors approved 17 recommendations to improve facilities and tackle capacity challenges.

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The Millerhill Resource and Energy Recovery Centre Trade unions GMB Scotland and Unite have accused construction giant Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) of treating workers and politicians with “utter contempt” following its response to social dumping fears on the Millerhill Recycling & Energy Recov

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Midlothian Council’s planning committee has approved plans to extend Edinburgh Technopole, the science park at the Bush House Estate near Penicuik. The three new offices/laboratory buildings on the site are expected to secure around 150 jobs.

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