East Lothian Council

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LAR Housing Trust’s bid to deliver affordable homes on a site in East Lothian will go ahead after a Scottish Government Reporter dismissed the local authority’s planning refusal. The housing charity’s proposal for four houses and 22 flats on an empty site in Prestonpans was refused

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East Lothian Council has given the green light to a number of planning applications which could deliver more than 950 homes in total. Planning permission in principle has been granted for a residential development at Windygoul South, Tranent, including open space, a sports pitch and space for the ex

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East Lothian Council’s Local Development Plan (LDP) has been commended at a prestigious planning industry awards ceremony. The LDP had been shortlisted as a finalist in the category for Excellence in Plan Making Practice at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) Awards for Planning Excellenc

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Novus Property Solutions has been appointed to a £500,000 framework for East Lothian Council which will see the contractor complete medical adaptions work in homes for vulnerable residents. The five-year agreement includes modifying bathrooms with works covering minor replacements as well as f

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Housing charity LAR has spoken of its disappointment that after a planning application for affordable homes was rejected by East Lothian Council. A bid to deliver four houses and 22 flats on an empty site in Prestonpans was refused by members of the local authority’s planning committee.

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East Lothian Council has been awarded funding of £307,000 to develop an innovative Peer Flatmate Scheme aimed at improving options for care-experienced young people by pairing them up with local students for peer support. The young people will share accommodation with the students giving them

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East Lothian Council has taken legal action against two of its tenants following a number of noise complaints. An Antisocial Behaviour Order (ASBO) has been granted against Vivienne Stewart of Stoneybank Gardens South, Musselburgh following an application to Edinburgh Sheriff Court by the council.

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East Lothian Council has approved plans for 1,500 new homes as part of a new development in Musselburgh. Planning permission in principle was granted yesterday for the mixed-use development at Old Craighall which will also include a primary school, business space, community facilities and public par

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