Scottish Borders

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An official sod cutting ceremony has been carried out in Earlston to mark the start of a £12.5 million new affordable housing development. Cruden Building, part of the Cruden Group, is building 64 energy-efficient new homes on behalf of Eildon Housing Association. This development contributes

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Work to deliver new apartments for Eildon Housing Association at the historic site of the former High School in Kelso has been gathering pace thanks to local contractor M&J Ballantyne. Newly named Poynder Apartments following discussion with Kelso Community Council, the development will offer a

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Eildon Housing Association’s development Elm Court in Hawick has undergone a complete transformation since works formally began in July 2020. Bell Contracts was appointed to undertake extensive works following a competitive procurement exercise through Public Contracts Scotland. This project i

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Edinburgh-based developers Whiteburn Projects is set to host its second public consultation on Wednesday 10 August 2022 to provide a further update to the local community of its plans for a residential development on land accessed from Stow Road in the north of Lauder.

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Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a state-of-the-art campus in Peebles, marking an important next step in the replacement of the existing High School which was seriously damaged in a fire in 2019.

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Morrison Construction has been appointed to deliver a brand-new state of the art education, medical and community campus in the heart of Earlston and will be responsible for the construction of a modern building incorporating a new Earlston Primary School, adjoining medical practice, library and mul

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Maxi Construction has been awarded a £2.5 million contract from Scottish Borders Council for the construction of Hawick Business Centre, a new three-storey business space hub for small businesses within Hawick town centre. The new 433m2 development will be constructed across three floors provi

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Passengers services yesterday called at Reston station for the first time in almost six decades. The reconnection of the Berwickshire village to the national rail network follows completion of work to construct the station as part of a £20 million of investment from the Scottish Government to

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Plans for a new primary school and adjoining medical practice in Earlston have taken a step forward after planning permission was granted. The approval marks an important milestone for plans to redevelop the existing primary school to include a range of multi-use community facilities including an ad

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Scottish Borders Council has approved plans to build two new housing blocks on the site of a former Galashiels church. Twenty affordable homes will be constructed across two separate buildings on a site located in-between Gala Park to the north east and St Andrew’s Street to the west, on land

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Forestry and Land Scotland (FLS) is gathering views and ideas to help make the most of an ambitious multi-million-pound project to rejuvenate the 7stanes product and its wider cycling and visitor offer to re-establish it back in the European top ten of must-visit destinations.

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