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More than £143 million is set to be invested in housing across the Falkirk Council area in the next three years as part of the local authority’s on-going investment programme. In 2018/19, £13.5m will be spent making improvements to around 5,000 properties across the council area, such as:

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Falkirk wood processing firm James Callander and Son entered administration with the loss of 89 jobs. The company has been trading for 74 years, processing softwood for construction, packaging and fencing.

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Forth Ports has announced plans to invest in a purpose built training academy located within Scotland’s biggest port. To be located at the Port of Grangemouth, the 420 m sq Training Academy will provide additional in-house facilities for equipment skills training and new classrooms for safety and

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Esh Border Construction has completed a new B&M store in Stenhousemuir’s Tryst Road after winning a seven-figure tender to deliver the 26-week project. The Livingston-based contractor commenced work on the 22,000 square foot steel-framed retail unit in March and has now handed over the propert

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A former Asda warehouse near Grangemouth has been sold to logistics and construction group WH Malcolm in a £3 million deal. The 260,000 sq ft building near junction 6 of the M9 is one of a number of Asda sites in Scotland that have been superseded by the giant new Scottish Distribution Centre that

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(from left): Ross Martin, chair of the British Waterways Trust; Jennifer Tempany, head of Business Development at Forth Valley College; Falkirk Council leader Councillor Cecil Meiklejohn; Keith Aitken, regional senior director of GVA; Douglas Duff, head of planning and economic development at Falkir

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‘Visionary’ plans designed to revitalise the centre of Falkirk and develop 6.7 acres of council-owned land around Grahamston railway station have been unveiled by property development firm Bellair. The £150 million masterplan presents proposals drawn by 3DReid for a mixed-use development with t

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Chemicals firm Ineos has announced plans to increase the capacity of the cracker facility used to break down gases at its site in Grangemouth. The company has submitted a planning application to Falkirk Council for the construction of a security management centre as well as two security gatehouses,

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Infrastructure group Hargreaves Services has launched a new subsidiary to oversee its portfolio of energy-related projects including energy from waste (EfW) projects in Fife and Grangemouth. Brockwell Energy Limited has been formed to oversee the development and potential spin-off of the Hargreaves

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Commercial property advisor GVA has been appointed by Falkirk Council to help attract investment for its Falkirk Gateway development. The council created the Gateway development site in a bid to entice investors and therefore boost the future economic prosperity of the area. GVA’s role in the comi

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Forth Valley College is looking for a contractor to build the New Falkirk Campus after the Scottish Government and the Scottish Funding Council approved the full business case for the £83 million project. The estimated value of the main construction contract is £58m with the build anticipated to c

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A bid to make nearly 800 affordable homes available to rent over the next five years is being launched by Falkirk Council this month. Around £35 million of funding is being sought from Scottish Government in a consortium bid led by the local authority on behalf of itself and other social landlords

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