Scottish Borders

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Edinburgh-based developer New Land Assets has lodged a detailed planning application for a hotel and retail project near to the Borders Railway terminus in Tweedbank. The development at the corner of Tweedbank Drive and the main A6091 road would include a supermarket, coffee shop and petrol station

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Gala Fairydean Rovers is to shut the spectator section of its iconic A-listed grandstand until early 2019 to allow an essential restoration project to get underway on the 54-year-old structure. The club is working in partnership with Scottish Borders Council and charity Live Borders to ensure the lo

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Eildon Housing Association has been awarded up to £1.8 million to enable the development of 39 extra care homes in Galashiels after its projected bill was increased by the discovery of asbestos on the site. Eildon is currently seeking planning consent for the new development at Langhaugh, however f

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A planning application has been submitted for the demolition of several town centre properties in Hawick and the development of a new business incubator centre. It is proposed that the former Armstrong’s department store building in Oliver Crescent and two former church buildings in Teviot Crescen

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A multi-million-pound proposal to provide significant investment within five cross-border local authority areas has formally been submitted to UK and Scottish governments. The Borderlands Deal’s proposals, which support a wide range of innovative projects, comprises four place-based projects and s

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Plans to redevelop the grounds of the former Caerlee Mill in Innerleithen into 44 new build houses and flats have been granted planning consent. Developer Whiteburn’s vision for the site is to build a range of two, three and four bedroom houses and cottage flats that are designed to reflect the sp

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Construction materials group Breedon has completed the acquisition of Blinkbonny Quarry (Borders) Limited for an undisclosed sum. Blinkbonny operates a quarry and ready-mixed concrete plant near Kelso in the Scottish Borders, employing 14 people.

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(from left) Councillor Tom Miers, Hugo Burge and Ian Aikman, Scottish Borders Council’s chief planning officer, at Marchmont House to launch the Borders Building Design Awards 2018 The search is on again for the best designed new buildings in the Borders, with the launch of the Borders Building De

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