Perth & Kinross

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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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Major housing plans which could see 1,500 homes built along with a primary school on land to the west of Perth have been submitted by the Pilkington Trust. The proposed Almond Valley Village is set to take shape on a 160-acre site in the Ruthvenfield/Huntingtowerfield areas of the city,

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