Perth & Kinross

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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

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An appeal to overturn a decision to reject plans to build new homes on the site of an ancient Perthshire battleground has been dismissed by the Scottish Government. Developer Ribbon Homes wanted to create 12 homes on land which was once the scene of the 17th Century Battle of Tippermuir.

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The restoration and redevelopment of Perth Theatre is now fully underway as the construction phase began in earnest today. Project contractors Robertson Construction Tayside will be on site to carry out enabling works, which will include stripping out existing buildings and preparing to demolish sec

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Perth City Hall Plans to convert Perth City Hall into a food market collapsed yesterday after developers failed to convince councillors of the project’s financial viability.

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Plans for a £25 million state-of-the art sports complex in Perth are “still progressing” although a huge funding shortfall is to be overcome if the project is to move forward, it has been revealed. The PH2O project would have seen the current leisure pool and Dewars Centre razed and a new joint

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Work on a £30 million Perth city centre regeneration project could begin as early as next year, according to developers behind the plans. Designed by Holmes Miller, the Mill Quarter development will comprise of restaurants and bars, speciality shops, a cinema, gyms, housing, and a multi storey car

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Planning officials have advised councillors to approve plans for 164 new homes in Perth. The Bellway Homes development will be situated on land to the west of Cherrybank Gardens and next to the Broxden services.

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CCG are now on site as the main contractor for a new £4 million visitor centre at Pitlochry Dam and power station for energy company, SSE. The construction comprises a steel frame structure over two levels providing café, retail and exhibition facilities. Entry will be free to visitors who can lea

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Caledonia Housing Association has appointed Urban Union as the developer on a project to provide over 200 new homes in Perth. The work, which forms the final phase of the Muirton Park regeneration scheme, will take place on the site adjacent to the former St Johnstone FC football ground.

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Councillor Ian Miller, chair Perth Theatre project board, Magnus Linklater, chair Horsecross Arts and Kevin Dickson managing director of Robertson Construction Tayside. (Photo credit: Fraser Band) Work to restore and redevelop one of Scotland’s best loved and most historic venues moved forward thi

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Deputy first minister John Swinney was the guest of honour at a turf cutting ceremony to celebrate the commencement of a new multi-million pound Academy of Sport and Wellbeing at the University of the Highlands and Islands, Perth College. The guests were joined on the Academy site by some of the Col

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