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Plans for a £140 million hospital in Edinburgh put forward by Lothian Health Board have been given qualified support by councillors and MP's in the area.Under a radical shake-up in Edinburgh's health care facilities, just two principal hospitals would remain to serve the city - the new facility to be built to replace the Royal Infirmary and a modernised Western General.Bovis Program Management is currently working out a site development plan for the Western General which will itself be a £60 million scheme. CONSTRUCTION NEWS