How some of the 3,000 new homes will look Springfield Properties has signed an agreement detailing the allocation of over £28 million of developer contributions associated with its Bertha Park development in Perth.
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The school planned for Bertha Park Perth & Kinross Council is to spend £145 million in the region's school estate over the next seven years.
A previously submitted £100 million plan to expand Crieff Hydro has re-emerged after the hotel decided to re-submit the proposals. A detailed application for the ‘Crieff Hydro East’ project, which would see 200 holiday lodges, a 100-bed care home and assisted-living accommodation for a further
Computer generated image of the new A9/A85 road junction Plans to grow Scotland's newest city have taken a significant step forward with the awarding of the contract to deliver the first phase of major new transport infrastructure to enable the expansion of Perth.
Plans have been submitted for hundreds of homes at a brownfield site on the edge of Perth. Glasgow-based consortium Perth City West has outlined proposals for up to 270 new homes on the site of the former Perth Mart off Crieff Road.
Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has been appointed by Perth & Kinross Council to design and build a new road bridge over the Black Water. The original Bleaton Hallet Bridge was damaged beyond repair when the eastern abutment was washed away by the sheer force and volume of
The Bertha Park development would link up to the proposed road Modified plans have been tabled for a £40 million road upgrade aimed at linking Perth with acres of development land to the north of the city.
Perth and Kinross Council has given the green light to a £500 million masterplan which will see investment in schools, businesses and leisure facilities across the region. Approved by councillors yesterday as the local authority set its latest capital budget, the seven-year programme of development
Councillor Ian Miller A half-billion-pound infrastructure plan to build new schools across Perthshire is to be discussed by councillors this week.
A Perth-based stonemasonry company has been fined after an apprentice was electrocuted by an overhead power line. T&M Stonemasonry, of Highfield Road, Scone, Perth, pleaded guilty to breaching Section 2(1) of the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974. It was fined £16,000.
Councillors have approved plans by Persimmon Homes to build 91 properties at the old Kinross High School site. The Edwardian-school will be retained and transformed into four homes as part of the project, while other buildings on the seven-acre site will be demolished, The Courier has reported.
Homes along the loch at Bertha Park Detailed plans of the first phase of Springfield Properties’ £1 billion Bertha Park development have been approved by Perth and Kinross Council.
Councillors have approved plans for a £1 billion new community of 3000 new homes to the north of Perth. Covering an area of 333 hectares at Bertha Park, the proposed new community will include 25ha of land allocated for employment such as business parks, two new primary schools and secondary school
Developers behind proposals for a satellite village of up to 1500 homes to the north west of Perth have said they will “immediately appeal” a decision to reject the scheme. The Pilkington Trust and Stewart Milne Group will be pursuing an appeal to the Scottish Government after Perth & Kinros
Two separate developments which would provide a combined total up to 4500 homes near Perth are set to be considered by council planners on Wednesday. Currently at the ‘in principle’ stage, both the Almond Valley and Bertha Park schemes are marked for approval, with finer points on the developmen