National Pride

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Dr Sophie Taysom from Keyah Consulting argues that environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors should be embedded within new developments. Scotland’s net zero commitments cannot be achieved without a clear focus on the built environment, which accounts for about 40% of global carbo

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A group of local dignitaries have paid a visit to a proposed Eco-Therapy Wellness Park, located on the site of the former Barony Colliery, near Auchinleck in East Ayrshire. Attending on the day to hear more about the ambitious proposals from Community Interest Company (CIC) National Pride UK were lo

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A national memorial dedicated to those accused of witchcraft is one step closer to becoming a reality following a visit to a proposed eco-therapy wellness and leisure park development being undertaken by National Pride UK at St Ninians, near Kelty in Fife. National Pride directors, Irene Bisset and

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A road that once formed a key link in the carrying of coal between the former opencast mine at St Ninians near Kelty and Longannet power station in Fife has been uncovered by the site owners during vital maintenance and repair works in the ongoing development of a proposed Eco-Therapy Wellness and L

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National Pride (St Ninians) Ltd has expanded its proposed development at St Ninians and Loch Fitty in Fife, with the purchase of Thornton Wood from Hargreaves Land Ltd. The organisation proposes to repurpose and rejuvenate the former St Ninians open cast mine site to deliver an Eco-Therapy Wellness

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The Scottish Coal Carrying Championships makes a welcome return to Kelty, in the Kingdom of Fife, on August 28 thanks to sponsorship from National Pride UK Community Interest Company (CIC).

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A joint venture company between National Pride UK Community Interest Company and Falcon International Financial Services Limited are inviting the public to provide feedback on proposals to develop an environmentally sensitive Eco-Therapy Wellness Park near Aunchinleck in East Ayrshire.

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Social enterprise company National Pride has revealed proposals to develop an environmentally sensitive Eco-Therapy Wellness Park at the site of the former Barony colliery, near Auchinleck in East Ayrshire.

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