Tay Cities Deal

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The International Barley Hub Field Centre at the James Hutton Institute was officially opened last week by UK Government Minister for Scotland, Malcolm Offord. The £62 million International Barley Hub (IBH), comprised of several developments including the Field Centre, has been funded through

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Work to build on Dundee’s world-class expertise in biomedical sciences is set to begin in earnest after the ‘Growing the Tay Cities Biomedical Cluster’ project was officially signed off by the Tay Cities Region Joint Committee today. The project will help the post-COVID-19 recovery

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Proposals from Angus Council of how to spend a £26.5 million capital investment fund have now been agreed by the UK Government. The Angus Fund is part of the Tay Cities Deal, which comprises the local authority areas of Angus, Dundee City, Perth & Kinross and the north east part

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A project to grow the Tay Cities Biomedical cluster of world-class life sciences companies will generate hundreds of millions of pounds for the local economy and strengthen Scotland’s reputation as a centre of excellence, according to new economic analysis. The proposed Tay Cities Biomedical C

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Angus Council has bemoaned the loss of a £3 million Tay Cities Deal windfall that was earmarked for a 2,500-home plan in Arbroath. The UK Government announced last week that money originally allocated to acquire the RM Condor Airfield will now go to projects in Crieff, Kinross and St Andrews i

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Plans to convert Perth City Hall into a new museum and exhibition space have been approved by councillors. Mecanoo proposals to revamp the B-listed hall include two new entrances linked with an interior vennel space, a 70-cover licensed cafe, a three-story pavilion as part of the main hall and a sec

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The Scottish Government is to fund the remaining £40 million required to construct the Cross Tay Link Road at Perth, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced. The £120m project, which will link the A9 over the River Tay to the A93 and A94 north of Scone, aims to reduce congestion in

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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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