Scottish Borders

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Whiteburn Projects has lodged its intent to deliver a new housing development on a former woollen mill site in Peebles. The developer pledged to breathe new life into the March Street Mill when it purchased the site from Moorbrook Textiles Limited last year.

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Cruden Building Scotland has offered its support to the local community in Earlston, Scottish Borders, by rejuvenating a well-respected war memorial in the town centre. Working collaboratively with Eildon Housing Association and Earlston Community Council, Cruden successfully refurbished the metal r

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Cruden Homes has revealed proposals to deliver 76 homes for social rent, on the site of the former Howdenburn Primary School on Lothian Road in Jedburgh. The school, which was built in 1970, was closed in 2020, with pupils transferring to Jedburgh Grammar Campus at Hartrigge Park.

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To mark the run-up to the 2022 RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award winner being announced next week, SCN will preview all the shortlisted entries continuing with Jedburgh Grammar Campus designed by Stallan-Brand Architecture + Design.

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To mark the run-up to the 2022 RIAS Andrew Doolan Best Building in Scotland Award winner being announced next week, SCN will preview all the shortlisted entries continuing with High Sunderland in Galashiels designed by Loader Monteith.

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Scottish Borders Housing Association (SBHA) has submitted plans for 16 homes across two sites in Burnfoot, Hawick. Following on from a well-attended consultation event at the Burnfoot Hub in October, SBHA has now officially submitted its plans, prepared by Galashiels-based architects Aitken Turnbull

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Whiteburn Projects has submitted a detailed planning application for a residential development on land accessed from Stow Road in the north of Lauder. As part of the overall vision for this development, Whiteburn is preparing to deliver a range of 117 new homes offering a mix of three and four-bedro

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Barratt Developments has announced plans to increase its workforce and invest in new plant development at Selkirk-based Oregon Timber Frame Limited, following its acquisition by the housebuilder in 2019. The plans will see the creation of around 40 new jobs in the Borders community, the extension of

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