Perth & Kinross

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A planning application has been submitted for a proposal to develop Perth's historic vennels into accessible and exciting public spaces. The development will turn an underused space in the city centre into a new public space for use by community groups and residents.

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The new Bertha Park village being built on the edge of Perth has been recognised by the Scottish Government for its innovative approach to planning.   Developer Springfield Properties and Perth & Kinross Council picked up the prestigious Scottish Award for Quality in Planning within the Par

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Hadden Group has been re-appointment on the Perth and Kinross Council Minor Works Framework for the next four years. The framework covers the whole range of public buildings including schools, residential and day-care homes, libraries, museums, community centres and offices.

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Housebuilder Persimmon has been fined by Perth and Kinross Council for a breach in planning regulations, its second indiscretion at the same site. Workers for the firm were caught on site at its 300-home Lathro Park development in Kinross on a Sunday morning.

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The architects behind the transformation of Perth City Hall have submitted their planning application for the development. Dutch practice Mecanoo plans to revamp the B-listed hall to form a flexible museum, exhibition space and café to help meet the city’s cultural aspirations.

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Representatives of the UK and Scottish governments joined four local council leaders and business and academic chiefs in Perth today to formally sign the £700 million Tay Cities Region Deal. Officially agreed at a ceremony at Perth & Kinross Council’s HQ this morning after month

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Work has been completed on the transformation of Kinross’ historic Town Hall site, preserving and reviving properties that had stood empty for more than a decade. The £1.5 million project has seen the creation of nine, one and two bedroom apartments on the High Street location which date

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Construction specialist SIPs Scotland is celebrating industry recognition after claiming an award for a project in Perthshire. The company was awarded the 'Best SIPs Home' prize at the Build It Awards 2018, beating five other shortlisted projects to the top spot.

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Kinross entrepreneur Daniel Webster has released CGI images of what his new head office development will look like when completed. To be situated at Bridgend Industrial Estate in Kinross, the new complex for construction, storage and leisure firm webster group will bring all of the company’s d

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The group in the main auditorium with head teacher Stuart Clyde (centre) joining the tour Scotland’s first new school in a generation opened its doors to the public for an access-all-areas tour as part of the annual Doors Open Days festival.

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Hardies Property & Construction Consultants has been appointed to project manage the rescue of the iconic domed roof at the landmark Bell’s Sports Centre at Perth’s North Inch as part of an ambitious £600,000 project. The work has been planned by Perth and Kinross Council’s arms-length bo

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A topping out ceremony has been held for the under-construction school at Bertha Park, located on the northern outskirts of Perth. Scotland’s first brand new school in more than 20 years, the £32.5 million project is being led by hub East Central Scotland on behalf of Perth & Kinross Council

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Proposals by bottled water producer Highland Spring to build new Perthshire headquarters have been rejected over plans to demolish a landmark hotel. The company had been planning to bring down the Blackford Hotel and convert the surrounding buildings for offices and facilities.

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Perth and Kinross Council has approved plans for a major expansion of the region’s biggest town. Stewart Milne Homes North’s plan for 117 homes across 14 acres of land off Maple Place in Blairgowrie was backed by the council’s planning and development committee.

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