Perth & Kinross

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Perthshire-based contractor Hadden Group has completed a twelve-week employability programme to help young people work toward positive destinations, make informed choices and overcome barriers to their personal development. (from left) Back Row: Willy Mahoney (JGM); David Young (PKC); Sandy McCormac

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An age exclusive apartment development in Scone has been granted planning approval. The Juniper Residential development will provide a mix of 51 apartments built specifically to meet the needs of the retirement market on the site of The Wheel Inn on Angus Road. 

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Perth & Kinross Council has announced plans to deliver 65 affordable homes on the former Glebe Primary School site in the village of Scone. Working with strategic partner CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the local authority will deliver two, three and four-bedroom terraced houses and 2-bedroom cottage flats.

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Plans to convert Perth City Hall into a new museum and exhibition space have been approved by councillors. Mecanoo proposals to revamp the B-listed hall include two new entrances linked with an interior vennel space, a 70-cover licensed cafe, a three-story pavilion as part of the main hall and a sec

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An eco friendly office headquarters being built by Kinross-based Webster Group is starting to come out of the ground with foundation block work currently going in at the site. Once completed, the development at Bridgend Industrial Estate will house all Webster Group’s business interests in the

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The Scottish Government is to fund the remaining £40 million required to construct the Cross Tay Link Road at Perth, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced. The £120m project, which will link the A9 over the River Tay to the A93 and A94 north of Scone, aims to reduce congestion in

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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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