St Andrews

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Planning permission for a new Madras College to be built at North Haugh in St Andrews has been granted today by Fife Council. Members of the North East Fife area committee agreed to approve the recommendation put forward that a new, three-storey, high school be built to replace the current Madras bu

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The University of St Andrews is to receive over £26 million for transformative infrastructure works at its Eden Campus project at Guardbridge. Confirmation of the investment came with the long-awaited announcement of the heads of terms for the Tay Cities Deal.

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A Canadian businessman and his wife have gifted almost £8 million to the University of St Andrews, believed to be one of the biggest pledges ever made to a Scottish university, in an effort to help it lead international marine research. This major commitment to Scotland’s oldest uni

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The proposed student accommodation development at Abbey Park Plans have been submitted to build a new hotel and student accommodation in St Andrews in a project which would represent an investment of £23 million into the town.

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An important milestone in the development of Scotland’s performing arts infrastructure was marked today as work began on a state-of-the-art facility at the University of St Andrews. The official ground-breaking ceremony for the University’s new Laidlaw Music Centre heralds a development that wil

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Robertson Property is developing plans for a 90-bed hotel and 99-bed student accommodation development at Abbey Park, St Andrews. It is proposed that the site will be complemented with an extensive park area in front of the buildings.

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Planning permission in principle is being sought for a major development to the west of St Andrews which will deliver around 1,000 new homes, of which 30% will be affordable housing. The St Andrews West LLP, a partnership made up of the University of St Andrews, Headon Holdings and other local lando

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The Museum of the University of St Andrews (MUSA) is to undergo a major redevelopment and extension to enable important artworks and collections to go on display in the town. The University said the existing facility, housed on The Scores in St Andrews, has been extremely successful since its openin

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Developers behind plans to build more than 1,000 homes as part of a western extension of St Andrews have advanced their masterplan proposals following feedback from a consultation survey. Attendees at a second consultation event last week were given an early glimpse of how the St Andrews West could

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A Dundee architects’ studio and St Andrews property development company have joined forces to create a new development of homes at a former St Andrews nursing home. The former Craigmount Nursing Home on The Scores, St Andrews is being transformed into six, two- and three-bedroom apartments, by Eas

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A new state-of-the-art indoor tennis arena is to be built in St Andrews with the aim of encouraging more people to pursue the sport at all levels. The £3 million four-court centre is being funded by the University of St Andrews, Sportscotland, Tennis Scotland, the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA), a p

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Councillors have formally agreed that the £50 million replacement for Madras College should be built at Langlands in St Andrews. The University of St Andrews-owned site was selected by Fife Council’s executive committee as the preferred location on educational grounds after legal challen

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