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Scotland Planning Newsletter, October 2017

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Bidwells Planning Associate, Corinne MacDougall, has successfully screened out the need for an Environmental Impact Assesment (EIA) for the demolition of Longannet Power Station.

Harvest round-up - Farm Contractor & Large Scale Farmer

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In most cases, the 2017 arable harvest is now over, with yields generally reported as average and quality highly variable.

Can your sporting rate valuation be appealed?

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Bidwells has urged landowners to analyse their sporting rates valuation notices - which are currently being issued by the Scottish Assessors Association - in case there may be scope for an appeal.

Golden Triangle to Play a Key Role in Post-Brexit Economy

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Bidwells found that Cambridge and Oxford are attracting digital tech and science firms to look outside of the capital.

Business Property Relief

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In the current climate, farm incomes are perhaps more under threat now than ever, with Brexit, BPS reform, commodity, and currency volatility.

Occupier interest tops 250,000 sq ft at the new Oxford Technology Park

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The developers of the new 22 acre Oxford Technology Park, Hill Street Holdings, report that they have just hit the milestone of ¼ million sq ft of proposals issued to interested occupiers to take buildings on the Park, less than a year after obtaining outline planning permission.

Bidwells Rural and Planning teams join forces at RTPI South East

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Edward Briggs, Partner Rural, will be speaking at the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) South East event ‘Infrastructure Planning’ in Oxford on Thursday 14th September.

Bidwells To Market First BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ Student Residential Building in Scotland

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We are marketing a ground-breaking building – the first student residential accommodation in Scotland to be awarded the BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ accolade.

New builds at Harwell Campus prove attractive to ambitious companies

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Rezatec, a company specialising in geospatial data analytics, is planning to re-locate its business across Harwell Campus and into the new Quad One Building which completes this year.
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