A potential developer is being sought to deliver a £15.5 million regeneration project in Elgin. The Bilbohall masterplan, which was approved by Moray Council in November, outlines plans for 382 new homes for the south of the town, taking shape near the newly-built Elgin High School.
Plans to transform the visitor experiences at Cardhu and Clynelish distilleries have been formally submitted as part of a major Johnnie Walker Scotch whisky investment programme. The detailed planning applications have been completed for both distilleries following community consultation events and
Planning approval has been granted for 50 new council homes to be built in Elgin. Members of Moray Council’s communities committee unanimously agreed to accept a tender from Springfield Properties to build the homes at Glassgreen on the south of Elgin.
Revised architect’s impressions of a planned £6.5 million Heritage Centre and distillery in Moray have been unveiled. The Cabrach Trust facility at the Inverharroch Farm aims to celebrate the heritage of the remote rural area, which was at the centre of illicit whisky-making in the 18th
Thirty new council homes are to be built in Mosstodloch. Councillors this morning approved the application for affordable housing on the 1.9 hectare site at Stynie Road, currently used as agricultural land.
Balfour Beatty has moved on site to begin construction work on a new £12.8 million primary school in south Elgin for Moray Council. Linkwood Primary School was originally expected to open in summer last year as part of a Springfield Properties housing development.
The future home of the UK’s P-8A Poseidon Maritime Patrol Aircraft is on target for completion. Once established the facility will hold up to three aircraft, along with maintenance facilities, planning rooms, and office space for the operators and support staff.
More than £8 million will be invested in affordable housing in Moray this year. The investment forms part of a wider £25m project to build housing locally, funded by Moray Council and the Scottish Government’s More Homes initiative.
A Balfour Beatty-supported competition entry with St Gerardines Primary in Lossiemouth has been announced as a UK winning entry in this year’s Considerate Constructors Scheme Honor Big Build competition. As part of community benefits delivery on the new Lossiemouth High School, schools in the
Pupils across Moray have benefited from a series of dedicated construction sector workshops – the first event of its kind in the region. The ‘Constructing Your Future’ events were developed, and hosted, by Robertson and Moray Council as part of the ‘Moray Skills Pathway&rsquo
Financial close has been reached for a £2.6 billion project that is expected to reduce the cost of offshore wind energy generation by nearly 60%. Moray Offshore Windfarm (East) Ltd, known as ‘Moray East’, will build a 950MW offshore wind farm in the Outer Moray Firth, 40km from the
Robertson held a topping out ceremony yesterday at the Poseidon P-8A Strategic Facility, just 10 miles from where the infrastructure firm first opened for business more in Elgin than 50 years ago. Founder and executive chairman Bill Robertson, joined representatives from Boeing UK and the Royal Air