Perth & Kinross

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A plumber has been found guilty of causing a gas explosion which blew up a pensioners’ bungalow and trapped its occupants beneath the rubble. Craig Hall left a gas pipe liable to come loose in Robin and Marion Cunningham’s home in Callander, Perthshire, by crucially failing to solder a vital 90

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Deputy First Minister and cabinet secretary for education and skills, John Swinney MSP, performed a turf cutting ceremony yesterday to mark the official start of works to build a new secondary school at Bertha Park in Perth. Due to open in August 2019, Bertha Park High School will be the first addit

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The designers for the revamped Perth City Hall and Perth Museum and Art Gallery have been unveiled following a competitive process. Metaphor has been appointed as the “interpretation and exhibition designers” for the city centre venues and will work with Mecanoo and Hoskins Architects, t

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Taymouth Marina, a self-catering resort on the banks of Loch Tay in rural Perthshire, has announced the completion of its housing project as part of its overall £15 million development plan. The £1,425,000 housing project compiles of five self-catering properties located on the shores of Loch Tay.

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Springfield Properties has released further information about the school, community facilities and house types which will be delivered at its new 3,000-home village, Bertha Park in Perth. The private and affordable housebuilder said the new village, just off the Inveralmond Roundabout in Perth, will

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Planning permission has been granted for the internal works to allow the transformation of the former St John's Primary School in Perth into a £3.5 million creative hub. The building, which closed in 2011, will be completely transformed into a mix of office space and artist studio space where those

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Multi-disciplinary design and engineering company BakerHicks has completed the complex structural engineering design for Perth & Kinross Council’s headquarters that included delicate work to repair and restore the building’s historic façade. BakerHicks was employed to provide structural eng

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Plans for a £29 million housing estate, which will include low-cost homes aimed at helping people get on the property ladder, have been approved in Rattray. Springfield Properties has won permission to build 217 homes at its Kinloch Gardens site, off Glenalmond Road. The plan includes scope for 60

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Perth Sheriff Court. By Simon Armstrong - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 A biker died after being knocked off his machine by a road roller when a repair firm made critical errors in operating roadworks, a judge has ruled.

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(from left) Stephen Hampshire from Expresso Property; Cllr Ian Campbell; Callum Purves, vice convenor environmental enterprise and infrastructure committee at Perth & Kinross Council with Nick Robinson and Ben Sherriff from Expresso Property Work to develop on a new landmark mixed leisure scheme

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(from left) Councillors John Rebbeck and Dave Doogan, Springfield chairman Sandy Adam, leader of Perth and Kinross Council Ian Campbell and Bertha Park land owner Alistair Ritchie Springfield Properties has begun work on site for the 3,000 homes in the new village, Bertha Park, just off the Inveralm

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Councils in Tayside have lost a legal bid to win damages from a local quarry merchant they claim supplied faulty materials for roadworks. Tayside Contracts, the commercial trading arm of Angus, Dundee and Perth & Kinross councils, raised an action at the Court of Session in Edinburgh following a

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