Argyll And Bute

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Cala Homes (West) has submitted a planning application for the development of land in Cardross which, if approved, will deliver a variety of homes ranging from one-bedroom cottage flats to five-bedroom family homes. The planning application, lodged with Argyll and Bute Council, proposes to build 130

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Local jobs, community facilities, new businesses, homes, public spaces and flood defences are just some of the benefits from over a decade of investment and regeneration to Helensburgh and the surrounding area.

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Renewable energy firm Drax has taken a significant step forward in its plans to build Britain’s first new pumped storage hydro plant in almost 40 years by breaking ground on some preliminary works. Exploratory ground investigations are now underway at its existing Cruachan facility in Scotland

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Plans to launch the UK’s first drone logistics hub at Oban Airport have reached a major milestone with planning permission approved for the proposed facility.

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Climate change, the economy, and housing are all on the list of priorities that Argyll and Bute Council will focus on delivering over the next five years. At a full meeting of council yesterday, councillors agreed a range of priorities intended to support communities and deliver success for the area

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A planning application to build the smallest Islay distillery has been given the go-ahead after receiving unanimous approval from councillors. The project is being developed by Alan Higgs Architects on behalf of client Geararch Farm. The enterprise is named 'ili', the oldest name for Islay, and "is

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Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) has appointed engineering firm Mott MacDonald to complete detailed design work for the redevelopment of Gourock Ferry Terminal. The work will establish design requirements to be included in tender documents, which will be issued to those interested in bidding fo

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Former world and European champion, and two times Olympic swimmer, Ross Murdoch helped to officially open the new Helensburgh Leisure Centre after Heron Bros completed the £22.3 million facility. Ross started his swimming ambition in Helensburgh competing at his first ever swimming gala.

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Plans to deliver almost one thousand new affordable homes for Argyll and Bute over the next five years received full support at a council meeting today. The decision to approve the plan means there is potential to deliver 247 affordable homes this year and more than 750 units in the coming years.

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Campaigners are making a case for the continued transformation of the Rothesay Pavilion in Bute after the project stalled due to the collapse of its contractor. A multi-million-pound investment programme, by Argyll and Bute Council and funding partners, was mid-way through transforming the inte

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Proposals to upgrade the electricity transmission network in Argyll and Kintyre have taken a major step forward following recognition by the energy regulator, Ofgem, that there is a clear need for the investment required to enable the forecast growth in renewable electricity generation across the re

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Renewable energy company Drax is progressing plans to increase the generating capacity of its existing iconic ‘Hollow Mountain’ Cruachan Power Station. The project, which is separate from the company’s proposals to build a brand-new underground power station at the site, could see

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