Edinburgh's £45m concert hall backers exploring alternative sites as project paused

  The Scotsman 

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Plans to build the first new concert hall in Edinburgh in more than 100 years have been paused as the developers behind the £45m project explore other sites amid a legal battle over its New Town proposals.
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