Hub South West Scotland

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Build Lanarkshire, the free of charge instructional programme which guides local construction businesses on how to build the skills and internal capacity to win new work from both the public sector and Scotland’s Tier One building contractors, is recruiting for its 2022 programme, which will r

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Infrastructure specialist hub South West has completed its 500th home since it diversified into house-building just over four years ago. The achievement was marked by a gathering of the hub team, including chief executive officer Michael Ross and chairman Dr Willie Mackie, at the new terraced townho

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Work on a new £20 million community hub in Chryston has begun, with a turf-cutting event to mark the start of construction taking place this week. North Lanarkshire Council is working in partnership with NHS Lanarkshire on the project that will deliver a 21st-century learning environment along

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hub South West has raised £8510 to help counter the rise of suicides in Scotland. In the run-up to the festive season, the organisation urged its partners, suppliers, and supporters to join with it in providing much needed and well-deserved support for Chris’s House, “a crisis Cent

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North Ayrshire Council’s newest housing development has been officially opened in Saltcoats. Fourteen modern and energy-efficient homes have been completed on the site of a former council depot at Springvale in the town.

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Clare Haughey MSP, minister for children and young people has visited the construction site of the Maybole Community Campus as the £50 million site starts to take shape. Work is progressing well, with one of the two all-weather pitches already in place and steelwork appearing on the

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The second online Build Ayrshire programme which guides local construction-related businesses on how to win more new, high-value work from Tier 1 contractors, kicked off today with eight businesses operating across Ayrshire and beyond. The programme is designed to support and help businesses in the

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The latest generation of modern and energy-efficient council homes have been completed in North Ayrshire on the site of the former Largs Academy and Kelburn Primary School. The £20 million project at Flatt Road, Largs, has seen 123 new units created as part of a wider commitment to build 1,625

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