Perth & Kinross

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SSE has unveiled plans to build a brand new £4 million visitor centre overlooking its Pitlochry dam. Free to visitors, the centre will use state of the art technology to showcase the role played by the engineers who brought hydro power to Scotland over 70 years ago. Visitors will also discover the

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Plans to convert a former nurses’ home in Perth into 29 new flats have been submitted to the local authority. The Courier has reported that an application has been lodged for change of use and alterations to the currently vacant listed building in Taymount Terrace.

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The Perth City masterplan A 20-year vision to make Perth a more connected, sustainable, knowledgeable and vibrant city has been approved by councillors.

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Springfield Properties has submitted plans for a £1 billion new community at Bertha Park, Perth. An application for Planning Permission in Principle including a masterplan has been submitted to Perth & Kinross Council for the 3,000 home development covering an area of 333 hectares. A further de

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Perth City Hall Councillors will next week be asked to consider two proposals to lease the former Perth City Hall and bring the building back into use.

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Hadden Construction is looking to restart residential development after completing work on a £650,000 investment to extend its Perthshire headquarters. With support from a £300,000 funding package from Bank of Scotland, the builder has now doubled the size of its Aberuthven base in a move that wil

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A construction company has been fined £10,000 after two workmen sustained “profound” injuries when the structure they were standing on collapsed. John Quinn, 35, and Joshua Perry, 21, were employed by Lichfield-based Clive Thompson Installations Ltd when on 22 January 2014 they accessed the par

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A section of the new link road passes between Perth Crematorium and McDiarmid Park A small community council has warned that bulldozing land near a crematorium to make way for a new road could breach the human rights of relatives of the dead whose ashes have been scattered there.

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A £2.2 million revamp of Perth Crematorium is expected to be approved by Perth and Kinross Council tomorrow. Members of the council’s environmental committee will be asked to set the ball rolling on an upgrade which the local authority says will safeguard the crematorium’s future.

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Two competing bids remain in the running to save Perth City Hall from demolition in the latest marketing round, the local authority has confirmed. Perth City Hall

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Plans have been revealed for one of the biggest sports projects Perth has seen, which it is hoped will produce the “next generation” of Olympic athletes. The £25 million PH2O scheme on the site of Perth Leisure Pool will have state-of-the-art swimming pools, an ice rink, gym, health suite and a

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Developers are poised to lodge a planning application for what would be one of the biggest expansions in Perth for a generation, according to reports. If passed by Perth and Kinross Council, Bertha Park, which would see 3,500 homes built along with a secondary school, ecological water treatment syst

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A legal battle blocking a major development in Perth has been settled. It has, however, come too late to salvage a planned £41 million supermarket that would have been built on the former Perth Mart site on Crieff Road, The Courier has reported.

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