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Scottish Borders Council has approved plans to build two new housing blocks on the site of a former Galashiels church. Twenty affordable homes will be constructed across two separate buildings on a site located in-between Gala Park to the north east and St Andrew’s Street to the west, on land

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Camerons Strachan Yuill Architects (CSY Architects) has moved into employee ownership following a loan from Triodos Bank UK and support from Co-operative Development Scotland and employee ownership specialists Co-ownership Solutions.

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Eildon Housing Association has pledged to unveil alternative proposals to develop new affordable homes at Tweedbridge Court in Peebles after its initial plans were rejected by the Scottish Government. The Association had acquired and demolished vacant buildings at the site and submitted plans to Sco

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Plans have been lodged to demolish a church in Galashiels to make way for new affordable homes. Cubby Construction has earmarked the site of St Aidan's Church on the junction of Gala Park and St Andrews Street for 24 apartments for rent.

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Scottish Borders Council has agreed to provide financial assistance to Waverley Housing to enable a large scale regeneration of Upper Langlee in Galashiels. The estimated £21.5 million housing-led project, which focuses on Beech Avenue, Hawthorn Road, Larch Grove and Laurel Grove, will see 115 new

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Plans have progressed to build 206 new homes on the outskirts of Kelso with the submission of a detailed masterplan for the development. Outline planning for the 11 hectares site on land at Wallaceneuk Farm was approved by Scottish Borders Council subject to conditions last May.

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