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Stirling to get new hotel after deal agreed on land sale

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Stirling to get new hotel after deal agreed on land sale

The owners of The Highland Gate have agreed to buy land at the proposed Kildean Business Park. A conditional sale of land for a new Stirling hotel has been completed.

The land at the entrance to the proposed Kildean Business Park was sold to pub group Marston’s by Stirling Development Agency, a joint venture between Stirling Council and property firm Valad Europe.

Marston’s already owns The Highland Gate pub restaurant at Kildean and the three-quarters of an acre of land in this latest ...

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Premier Inn oultines £35m plan for three Edinburgh hotels

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Premier Inn oultines £35m plan for three Edinburgh hotels

Premier Inn has outlined a £35 million investment prog­ramme in Edinburgh, creating three new hotels, upgrading two existing premises and bringing 150 jobs and ten apprenticeships to the Scottish capital.

The plans include the first hi-tech “hub by Premier Inn” both in Scotland and outside London, with 121 rooms and located off the Royal Mile, and an adjacent 127-room Premier Inn, and both are set to open at the end of this month.

Another 127-room Premier Inn in York Place is to welcome ...

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New luxury hotel on the outskirts of Glasgow seeking best talent

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New luxury hotel on the outskirts of Glasgow seeking best talent

Glasgow’s latest luxury hotel Crossbasket Castle in High Blantyre is on the hunt for top hospitality talent.  Set to open for the first time in spring this year, the five-star hotel is holding open days at the castle on 6th February and 5th March to support its drive to recruit a variety of positions, from junior roles to senior management.

Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI) is keen to fill as many positions as possible with local talent, creating 30 new jobs ...

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Edinburgh council reject plans for old Royal High school hotel

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Edinburgh council reject plans for old Royal High school hotel

The 1825 building is one of the UK’s most-treasured neo-classical buildings. Plans were submmited to demolish part of the site and erect a five-star hotel

Councillors in Edinburgh have narrowly rejected plans for a major luxury hotel on the site of the old Royal High school, one of the UK’s most treasured neo-classical buildings.

Councillors voted by nine to six against the plans to erect two large stepped ...

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