Scottish Borders

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Plans have been submitted to Scottish Borders Council for the former Kelso high school, to be converted into homes for the elderly and affordable housing. Planners wish to convert one of the town's more recognisable landmarks into a facility holding 34 extra care apartments for older people. Develop

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Claims made by union representatives regarding planned industrial action at Scottish Borders Council’s roads department have been refuted by the local authority. Members of Unite will hold 24 hours of industrial action later this month over a dispute relating to working conditions.

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Eildon Housing is to undertake an “exciting” new building project which will deliver warmer, cheaper, affordable homes while also considering the future of house building and its impact on the environment. The Association is investing millions of pounds as part of its strategy to make su

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Eildon Housing Association has pledged to unveil alternative proposals to develop new affordable homes at Tweedbridge Court in Peebles after its initial plans were rejected by the Scottish Government. The Association had acquired and demolished vacant buildings at the site and submitted plans to Sco

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Plans have been submitted this week for new nursery facilities at two primary schools as part of Scottish Borders Council’s (SBC) continuing school estates improvement programme. If approved, work would begin on new Early Years Centre at both Priorsford Primary in Peebles and St Ronan’s

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Work on a £3.3 million residential project in Innerleithen is now under way after Whiteburn Projects were appointed as the principal contractor. The Caerlee Mill project is being delivered for Edinburgh-based property developers Whiteburn Group.

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