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Grampian Housing Association has revealed it will press on with plans to build affordable homes in Elgin after an £8.5 million scheme to build a new road was scrapped by Moray Council. Plans for the Western Link Road scheme, which would have provided access to the Grampian development, was abandone

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An £8.5 million scheme to build a new link road in Elgin has been scrapped by Moray Council. Councillors voted 13 to 11 in favour of abandoning plans for the Western Link Road during a Full Council debate on the council’s capital expenditure programme, which senior officers described in a report

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Proposals have been submitted to Moray Council for the first phase of a development which will eventually bring 1,500 new homes to Findrassie on the northern edge of Elgin. Jointly submitted by Pitgaveny and Robertson Homes, the Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) represents the first phase of an a

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Balfour Beatty can begin the proposed construction of a new high school in Elgin after financial close was reached for the facility. The new school, which will cater for 800 pupils from a mix of town and rural catchment areas, will be delivered by hub North Scotland after it was appointed as develop

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Moray Council is investing more than £850,000 in a Forres business park to meet demand for industrial units. Following upon the success in developing and letting four factory units to small businesses at Waterford Circle in 2013/14, a further development of five units is currently under constructio

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Construction work will finally begin on a new high school in Elgin within weeks, after Moray Council regained control of its soaring costs, the Press and Journal reports. Councillors were dismayed last year after it appeared that delays which set the project back by months had sent costs soaring.

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A generous landowner has handed over one hundred acres of land and buildings at Milltown Airfield to help a charity construct a centre for outdoor learning. Located to the south east of Lossiemouth, the ex-MOD Airfield has been returned to the Innes Estate and the owner Mark Tennant and his family h

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Changes to the design of the proposed Western Link Road in Elgin have been published by Moray Council. A total of 32 requests for changes to the road were raised during a workshop last year, including road width, pavements, junction and signage improvements.

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Councillors have approved plans for a £100 million expansion of two iconic whisky producers in Moray. Macallan was given the green light for a new cooperage and warehouse development on Speyside.

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A small committee of local volunteers are bringing an innovative and inclusive community planning project to Forres. Supported by Moray Council, Forres 2020 Vision will create a platform for residents to put forward their opinions and feelings about the future of Forres.

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Councillors have today sounded what could be the death knell for development plans for an area of Common Good land in Forres. Members of Moray Council’s policy and resources committee agreed unanimously to recommend to the full council that plans for the site at Bogton Road should be abandoned.

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A long-awaited report on proposals for a major retail development on Common Good land at Forres will go before members of Moray Council’s policy and resources committee next week. They will be asked to recommend to full council how, or if, the plans by Aberdeen-based Redco Milne for the land at Bo

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A £2.6 million increased in cost projections for Elgin’s proposed western link road is to be referred to the full Moray Council for consideration. The council’s economic development and infrastructure services committee has agreed to recommend that the council’s capital plan should be adjuste

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A masterplan which will see a major northward expansion of Elgin over the next two decades has been approved by Moray councillors. The blueprint for Findrassie has been prepared by the landowner, Pitgaveny Estate, in partnership with Moray Council and provides for around 1500 new homes in addition t

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Morrison Construction has been appointed preferred bidder by Moray Council for the refurbishment of four primary schools under the LHC Framework The £17 million contract will see the Galliford Try subsidiary work on projects at Applegrove in Forres, Millbank in Buckie, Seafield in Elgin and St Gera

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