Scottish Borders

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A new, purpose built ambulance station completed on time and on budget by hub South East Scotland and Morrison Construction has been officially opened in Melrose. The facility, situated in the grounds of Borders General Hospital, cost £1.9 million and replaces the old station in Roxburgh Street tha

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A bypass around Selkirk could reduce chronic health conditions such as asthma, according to a retired GP. Dr Lindsay Neil has called for the new road to be one of the key priorities should a bid for £1 billion worth of "city deal" funding be successful.

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Plans have been submitted to Scottish Borders Council for a new gallery to house the Great Tapestry of Scotland. Page\Park Architects have drawn up plans for a two-storey building close to the train station in the village of Tweedbank where the new Borders railway is scheduled to terminate when it o

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Councillors in the Borders have endorsed the draft of a development masterplan for one of the region’s key visitor attractions out to consultation. Glentress Forest near Peebles is considered to be one of the UK’s premier mountain biking venues and gets more than 300,000 visitors a year.

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Families have been stopped from moving into their new homes at a multi-million pound development in the Borders after traces of deadly gas were detected. STV has reported that work was halted at Easter Langlee in Galashiels, Selkirkshire, after scientists found both methane and carbon dioxide in bor

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RJ McLeod has been announced as the successful bidder for main construction works on Selkirk's £31.4 million flood protection scheme. Six companies were invited to tender in June after 16 registered an interest in delivering the project.

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Eildon Housing Association is set to invest about £2.6 million in its Scottish Borders housing stock over the next three years. The social landlord, which has over 2,200 properties in the area, is seeking expressions of interest in two major contracts as part of a stock investment programme.

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The start of the construction of the £5.2 million Galashiels Transport Interchange has been marked with a ground breaking ceremony. Scottish Borders Council leader David Parker, Paul McGirk, chief executive of Hub South East Scotland, and Morrison Construction’s Alastair Sutherland were at the si

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