Falkirk

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This week sees the official opening of the long-anticipated Denny Eastern Access Road (DEAR) on Thursday 23 May. The £9.22 million infrastructure project aims to reduce congestion and enhance connectivity in the area.

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Grangemouth town centre's regeneration is taking its next significant step forward as contractors started work on the part demolition of La Porte Precinct and the 'Kerse Road Block’ last week. Over 16 weeks, contractor David Morton Demolition Ltd will level the site removing this long-sta

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Falkirk councillors have given the green light to submit a comprehensive document which outlines how the council will manage and deliver 10 projects and the Greener Grangemouth programme that make up the Deal, to the UK and Scottish governments.

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Improvement work starts next week as contractors move forward on the next phase of Cadgers Brae Upgrade project at the M9 Junction 5 which aims to improve traffic flow and connectivity in the area.

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Miller Homes has marked its first major milestone at its brand new Antonine Brae development in Bo’ness by beginning construction work on the first homes. The new community of 183 homes and 32 affordable options, will be the builders’ third development in the area following on from the s

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Councillors agree to close Bo’ness Recreation Centre due to condition concerns, backlog in maintenance costs and level of subsidy and, to invest in alternative new facilities. Falkirk Council this week agreed that Bo’ness Recreation Centre be closed in the coming months due to condition

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Falkirk Council’s Executive Committee has agreed that Grangemouth Flood Protection Scheme which is Scotland’s largest flood scheme can proceed to the statutory notification stage after it considered an update report yesterday.

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Falkirk Council has said it expects to complete the purchase of two high street sites that will be used to build the new Falkirk Town Hall The latest update report going to a meeting of Falkirk Council on 6 December said the purchase of the Callendar Square shopping centre and the Antonine

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Community group Bloomin’ Bo’ness has received a donation of £1,000 from local business Walker Timber to support its work to keep Bo’ness looking beautiful all year-round. Bloomin’ Bo’ness volunteers look after all the seasonal planting and maintenance of flower be

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Balfour Beatty has begun work on Falkirk Council's A9/A904 Westfield infrastructure improvement project. The first phase of the contract will see the international infrastructure group undertake preparatory work, which includes establishing a compound on the former Met-Tech site in Westmains Industr

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