Forfar’s controversial Lochside leisure centre was recommended for sale two years ago in a report Angus councillors never got to see.
Court of Session
‘Last resort’ frustration after sides prepare for Court of Session showdown over Forfar leisure centre
A prominent Angus businessman fighting to save Forfar’s former leisure centre said he regrets having to pursue the “last resort” legal action which will take him to a Court of Session showdown with council chiefs later this week.
A businessman battling Angus Council to save a leisure centre from demolition is astonished no structural measurements were taken at the “sinking” building for more than three decades.
A house-builder has won an appeal against Dundee City Council's decision to refuse planning permission for a controversial development.
An anti-abortion group has lost its legal challenge against the Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home.
A minister who sustained life-changing injuries in a car crash is suing the speeding driver who nearly killed him for £100,000 in compensation.
An asylum seeker is to appeal after a judge ruled against her in a lock-change row.
The Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home is fundamentally flawed because it is not consistent with legislation, a lawyer representing an anti-abortion group has told a court.
Owners of houses severely damaged by a flood in north-east Fife are suing a landowner they blame for the devastating incident.
A legal battle over St Andrews University’s iconic red gown has begun.