St Andrews

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Plans for a major expansion in St Andrews including 900 new homes, a business park and shops, have been approved by councillors. The new homes will form part of the St Andrews West Strategic Development Area, which includes the new Madras College currently under construction at Langands and the new

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Demolition work is under way in the east end of St Andrews to prepare the ground for new state-of-the-art student accommodation. The University of St Andrews has submitted revised plans to provide 748 student beds at Albany Park to ease pressure on the town’s housing stock.

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A closing date has been set for the sale of the former Madras College site in St Andrews, which has been recommended for use as housing. Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has set a closing date of 12 noon December 3 for the sale of Scottish comprehensive secondary school Madras College’s Kilrymont

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Fife Council has received plans to build new student accommodation in St Andrews, easing the pressure on housing stock in the university town. The revised proposals would provide 748 student beds at Albany Park, seen as the centrepiece of a £100 million investment in student accommodation over

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Student accommodation developments by HLM Architects at the University of St Andrews have been recognised by two established award bodies. A joint venture between the University of St Andrews and Campus Living Villages, Whitehorn Hall was awarded the Student Development of the Year Award at the Scot

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With the listing of the former Madras College site in St Andrews for sale, Fife Council has produced a guidance document for developers which recommends that the site be used for housing. The document also recommends that the site should contain a care home and student accommodation.

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The Kilrymont Campus site in St Andrews has been put up for sale ahead of the impending relocation of Madras College to Langlands. The comprehensive secondary school founded in 1833 by the Rev. Dr Andrew Bell will move from its current site after Fife Council agreed to the purchase of land from the

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Adventurous Journeys (AJ) Capital Partners, the new owner of the Rusacks Hotel in St Andrews, has revealed new plans for a substantial upgrade programme which includes a large extension and new rooftop restaurant. AJ Capital Partners will close the hotel in order to renovate its 70 bedrooms.

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