Perth & Kinross

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The International Barley Hub Field Centre at the James Hutton Institute was officially opened last week by UK Government Minister for Scotland, Malcolm Offord. The £62 million International Barley Hub (IBH), comprised of several developments including the Field Centre, has been funded through

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Fresh plans for a multi-million-pound extension of Murrayshall Country Estate near Scone have been submitted. The owners Stellar Murrayshall LLP had lodged a bid for Planning Permission in Principle (PPP) in April 2021 for a spa & leisure facility, outdoor pursuits area, golf academy, indoor gam

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Public engagement on the third Local Development Plan (LDP) for Perth and Kinross will begin in early 2023, providing an opportunity for residents of all ages to have their say and inform the content of the Plan. Councillors at the Environment, Infrastructure and Economic Development Committee meeti

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Miller Homes is holding a second community consultation on its proposals for a residential-led development in Kinross. Located in a sustainable and accessible location (by virtue of its close proximity to shops, services and schools, which are within walking distance), the development has the potent

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Balado's famous "golf ball" spy station is set to be repurposed as an aerospace museum under plans currently in development. Aero Space Kinross (ASK) has agreed to buy the former Balado Satellite Ground Station, used by NATO to intercept aircraft transmissions until 2006, according to The Times.

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Campion Homes has submitted plans to Perth and Kinross Council for 100 homes in the village of Meigle. The Fife-based developer set outs plans for 90 houses and 10 flats on a Forfar Road site currently used for crop production in its application to the council, The Courier reports.

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Miller Homes is set to engage with the local community on proposals for a new residential-led development in Kinross. An online consultation will be held on 29th September and is the first of two events that will be undertaken, the second being an in-person event at the end of October.

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A replica Iron Age wooden crannog is to be built on Loch Tay again following a devastating fire. The Scottish Crannog Centre has been given the go-ahead to rebuild the Crannog roundhouse and develop a new Iron Age village on the shoreline at Dalerb, over the water from the centre’s existing si

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Presentation boards detailing plans for a new viewing point at Pitlochry Dam have been installed at the popular tourist attraction. Following the closure of the former fish ladder viewing facility, SSE has identified a location to the east of the Dam where a new viewing facility and information poin

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Energy-usage tracking of Hillcrest’s first ultra-low carbon homes, which were delivered in Alyth earlier this year, have shown savings of 40% in comparison to average household bills over the first six months. This new level of energy-efficiency was achieved in the homes through implementing a

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Four blocks of modern energy-efficient apartments have been completed at Perth’s Goodlyburn Terrace, with the 39 properties boosting the Fair City’s provision of affordable housing. The £4.3 million development, which is managed by Hillcrest Homes, consists of one and two-bedroom a

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Two new applications for housing developments have been proposed for Alyth in Perthshire, totalling more than 50 homes. The planning applications have been submitted for 34 houses on grazing land near Meethill Road and 20 homes on a field next to Losset Road.

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