Scottish Enterprise

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Plans for a £6.7m office block at Shawfield Housing minister Margaret Burgess MSP has announced the award of an additional £3 million for Clyde Gateway to support further development of vacant and derelict sites in Dalmarnock, Rutherglen and Shawfield.

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Proposed plans for the Station Gateway approach The planning, design and development principles behind a project designed to revitalise public transport and pedestrian links in Aberdeen have been given the go-ahead by councillors.

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Councillors have agreed to progress with a revised planning framework for the Bay of Nigg area of Aberdeen after a six-week public consultation. A number of changes to the document, which seeks to maximise the potential of land around the planned expansion of Aberdeen Harbour, were agreed by members

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East Ayrshire Council has granted planning permission for a £7.5 million industrial unit construction project in Kilmarnock. Three brand new, flexible industrial units will be built at Moorfield Park and Rowallan Business Park, thanks to funding from Scottish Enterprise and the council’s own Econ

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A £100 million infrastructure redevelopment of Dundee's waterfront region is to be completed on budget and ahead of schedule, first minister Nicola Sturgeon revealed yesterday. The Central Waterfront infrastructure plan is part of the £1 billion transformation of the city's eight kilometre Waterfr

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An environmentally-friendly energy firm has unveiled plans to build an experimental green energy park at a former Scottish nuclear plant in Dumfries and Galloway. Scotia Global Energy said the hybrid power station intended to radically reduce carbon dioxide emissions, which would be built on a 90 he

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A proposal for the UK’s first patented prefabricated timber frame party wall system is one of the first six innovation projects to be approved by Construction Scotland Innovation Centre’s (CSIC) Technical Advisory Group of industry and academic experts. The new party wall system is the brainchil

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Artist's impression of the proposed development Plans to regenerate the former Ravenscraig steelworks site in North Lanarkshire have been put on hold, the developers have announced.

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East Lothian Council has pledged to develop a masterplan to secure the future of the former Cockenzie Power Station following two failed bids to develop the site. The local authority discussed the use of the site this week and agreed to consider joint venture and public ownership, creating a specifi

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Members of the public are being invited to view the latest stage of development plans for the expansion of Aberdeen Harbour as fresh images of the expansion are revealed. Aberdeen Harbour Board, Scottish Enterprise and Aberdeen City Council are preparing a development framework for Nigg Bay, Altens

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East Lothian Council has called on all parties to make clear their intentions for the future of the former Cockenzie Power Station site as the authority begins to prepare its detailed plan for development in the county.

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