East Lothian Council

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CCG Asset Management, the planned maintenance division of the CCG Group, has completed a third phase of kitchen upgrades for tenants of East Lothian Council in Musselburgh, Tranent, Haddington, Prestonpans and North Berwick. The £965,000 works package involved the replacement of cabinets and w

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East Lothian Council has updated its Local Housing Strategy (LHS) 2024-2029 following consultation and feedback from the public, key partners and the Scottish Government on the draft strategy.

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Building and construction firm JR Group has started work on a milestone housing project for East Lothian Council, marking the business’ first project in the region.

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An application for planning permission in principle has been submitted for the redevelopment of the Herdmanflat Hospital site in Haddington following three years of detailed surveys, initial design work and a three-month community consultation period. The masterplan for the site was amended to take

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An update on the difficult financial position facing East Lothian Council was detailed at last week's full council meeting. Elected Members heard that the council is continuing to operate within the most extreme and challenging financial environment that it has ever faced with significant challenges

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Applications are now being invited for a fund that supports local community groups, charities and third sector organisations with revenue grant funding in East Lothian. The One Council Partnership Fund (OCPF) supports activities to help reduce inequalities and make East Lothian a better place to liv

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East Lothian Council has launched a new grant fund, the Regeneration Project Capital Fund, to support community groups and organisations with capital funding for regeneration projects. The fund has been developed and funded through the Scottish Government’s Place-based Investment Programme (PB

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East Lothian Council Cabinet members approved a decision for the council to acquire 28 new council homes for social rent and to progress with proposals to deliver 36 homes for mid-market rent (MMR) in the Hallhill North development in Dunbar. This site is part of a wider development which will be de

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