Perth & Kinross

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Initial concept designs for the redevelopment of Perth City Hall were unveiled today at a public exhibition. Perth & Kinross Council is working with the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS) to manage the process of choosing from a shortlist of five major architects to w

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An exhibition featuring the initial design concepts created by the five shortlisted architectural firms for the transformation of Perth City Hall into a cultural attraction are to go on show for members of the public. The building, which closed its doors to the public in 2005, is to be con

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BAM Construction has been appointed by hub East Central Scotland to redevelop Perth City Hall. The building, which closed its doors to the public in 2005 and whose future was until recently the subject of much speculation, is to be converted by Perth & Kinross Council into a world-class visual a

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Perth and Kinross Council has granted permission to build 700 new homes in Scone. Councillors voted to grant planning permission in principal for the Scone North project despite more than 900 objections being lodged over concerns including traffic and pollution.

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Motor dealership Peter Vardy has lodged a detailed planning application for a new Perth Porsche Centre at Broxden on the edge of the city. The firm plans to invest more than £5 million to develop a vehicle showroom, workshop/ garage and valet service building on a site at Tweed Place, creating arou

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Plans to create a new housing and employment development at Perth Airport could be subject to a construction embargo, according to reports. The Morris Leslie Group has lodged proposals for the development on the edge of the Scone aerodrome.

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Councillors have approved proposals to develop a major gap site in Perth city centre into a new leisure, retail and housing development. Designed by Holmes Miller, the £30 million Mill Quarter development will comprise of restaurants and bars, speciality shops, a cinema, gyms, housing, and a multi

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Five of the biggest names in UK architecture have been shortlisted in Perth & Kinross Council’s competition to redesign Perth City Hall. Launched by the local authority in February, the competition challenged architectural firms to come up with a grand vision for redeveloping the building

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The Gleneagles Hotel has revealed plans to build a “rural camp” near Auchterarder with teepes, luxury lodges, a spa, restaurants, bars, retail and events space. The Perthshire hotel claims the proposals will boost the local economy by attracting visitors from across the UK and beyond.

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A Dundee architects’ studio is designing a multi-million pound leisure complex overlooking a Perthshire loch. After a focused effort, the Andrew Black Design team managed to successfully navigate their way through strict planning policy within Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to gain pl

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Plans to transform a former Perthshire primary school into flats have been approved by Perth and Kinross Council. Crieff-based construction firm Corryard was given permission to create 17 properties and one house at Blairgowrie’s Hill Primary after a bid to turn it into a community hub failed.

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Persimmon Homes has been ordered to stop carrying out extensive groundworks for a 300-home development in Kinross after it was revealed the firm didn’t have permission to do so. Contractors employed by the housebuilder have been digging up land west of Lathro Meadows adjacent to the A922 over the

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