Scottish Borders

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Berwickshire Housing Association (BHA) is to build 29 affordable new energy efficient homes at Springfield Avenue in Duns with work set to start this summer. The Association purchased the site from housebuilder Springfield Properties thanks to funding from a Scottish Government grant and support fro

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Ogilvie Construction has started work on a redevelopment of the Borders College Hawick Campus Innovation Hub. The firm will undertake internal works to extend the upper floor of the hub, creating flexible space for businesses and individuals to meet or undertake training and development sessions.

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Plans have been lodged to demolish a church in Galashiels to make way for new affordable homes. Cubby Construction has earmarked the site of St Aidan's Church on the junction of Gala Park and St Andrews Street for 24 apartments for rent.

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Ogilvie Construction has been appointed to build a visitors centre in Galashiels which tells the story of Scotland through one of the world’s largest tapestries. The Stirling-based firm will begin work in the coming weeks to develop a home for the Great Tapestry of Scotland which has been crea

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Councillors have approved plans to convert a historic hotel in Peebles into flats. The former Castle Venlaw Hotel, on the western slopes of Venlaw Hill, has been up for sale for more than three years, and has been vacant since owners Roy and Lorna Curry closed the business in December 2017.

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The doors of Jedburgh Intergenerational Community Campus were opened to the public as the innovative facility marked one year to go until completion. The project took part in Open Doors Day this month, giving over 50 members of the public the chance to see how the campus is progressing ahead of its

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The Borderlands Partnership has welcomed the commitment in the Spring Statement and the announcement of a £345 million deal from the UK and Scottish Governments, describing the news as a ‘game changer’. The multi-million-pound funding stream comes just six months after the Borderla

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The Scottish Government has pledged to invest £85 million over ten years in an initiative to drive economic growth across the Borders region. The Borderlands Inclusive Growth Deal aims to boost economic development activity across a range of themes, including digital connectivity, tourism, reg

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A major business park which will bring up to 350 jobs across the Scottish Borders and act as a key catalyst for long-term economic growth has received a multi-million-pound funding boost. The Central Borders Innovation Park at Tweedbank is set to receive £15 million after its business case was

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Taylor Wimpey has “acknowledged concerns” raised by customers regarding the durability of mortar on a development in the Scottish Borders. The housebuilder said it has identified “a robust technical solution” to the problem and will remediate the homes in Peebles “as so

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Eildon Housing Association has welcomed planning approval for two Borders developments which will provide more than 90 new affordable homes. Working with Edinburgh-based Hart Builders, the Association will deliver 63 affordable homes in a second phase of development at Newtown St Boswells and at Hud

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Potentially over 670 jobs will be created with the development of five sites in Tweedbank, including Lowood Estate, which has been purchased by Scottish Borders Council. A report to full council on December 20 will outline a series of development plans for four sites on the Borders Innovation Park w

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Springfield Properties has been granted planning permission for 57 new affordable homes in the Scottish Borders.  Scottish Borders Council has approved the developer’s proposals to build 57 homes just off Main Street in Chirnside next to the playing fields. 

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