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Plans for a new waste incinerator which could help to heat homes and businesses have been submitted to Dundee City Council. The proposals from MVV Environment Services Ltd, which intends to take over the running of the site from the council-owned firm DERL, would see a new energy-from-waste facility

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Laura Fairlie is a Private Landlord Support Officer, working for Shelter Scotland within Dundee City Council A project which provides support to private landlords in Dundee is having a positive impact in its first year of operation, councillors will hear next week.

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Lintel Trust is holding its annual ‘Great Big Lintel Jam Night’ fundraising event next month. The event is set to be a fantastic night with The Sensational David Bowie Tribute Band headlining, as well as regular favourites MacBlondie, The Regenerators, Aye Candy, AChoired Taste as well as specia

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Dumfries & Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP) has been fined £8,000 for allowing renovations to take place that put residents at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Dumfries Sheriff Court heard that the housing association had allowed chimneys to be removed from properties on two separate occas

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Plans have been revealed to build almost 1,200 private flats and student rooms on land that once housed a Glasgow department store. Proposals have been lodged to develop the site of the former Goldberg’s department store, which has been left largely derelict since the closure of the store in 1990

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Plans to build 27 new flats at a gap site between Inverness suburbs have been given the go-ahead. City-based firm Compass Building and Construction is expected to build the affordable homes next year on waste ground between Westhill, Culloden and Smithton.

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Hew Edgar discusses a Tenement Health Check policy proposal published by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors in Scotland (RICS Scotland). Following significant stakeholder engagement, we have published our Tenement Health Check policy proposal. This establishes mandatory five-year building co

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Persimmon’s new regional base in Perth has helped the housebuilder increase revenues and homes completions compared to last year. A trading update issued by the firm this morning revealed that revenues for 2016 of £3.14 billion were 8 per cent higher than the prior year (2015: £2.90bn) with lega

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Plans have been submitted to rejuvenate a derelict Dundee city centre site with new flats and a retail unit. Dundee architects James Paul Associates has lodged proposals for the creation of an eight-storey block of 28 flats and a ground floor retail unit on the corner of Trades Lane and Seagate.

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