North Ayrshire Council’s ambitious plans to build the next generation of council homes moved forward this week after a £19 million agreement was signed with partners hub South West Scotland. Contractor Ashleigh (Scotland) Ltd is scheduled to start later this month on 116 new modern, affo
Aerial photography and film solutions business Drone Scotland has been announced the winner at hub South West’s tenth Building for Growth awards event held last week at Glasgow’s Corinthian. (from left) Mark Houston, enterprise development officer at North Lanarkshire Council, Michele an
South Lanarkshire Council and hub South West Scotland have appointed Morgan Sindall Construction to deliver three early years nursery schemes worth a combined by £7.5 million. The main contractor will deliver three new single-storey buildings at Newton Brae, Cambuslang; Kirkmuirhill, on Thornt
Morrison Construction has provided new views of its £16 million Ayr Grammar Primary School and Archive and Registration Centre project as the crane arrived on-site for the installation of roof windows.
Supported and third sector businesses operating throughout Scotland are being invited to meet up with some of the country’s biggest building contractors to explore the possibilities for joining the sector’s supply chain. The hub South West partnership is hosting its third annual Hidden G
hub South West’s tenth Building for Growth programme, where ambitious local businesses learn how to grow in a sustainable manner by building the skills and internal capacity to take on increasing volumes of business, is now under way.
Six philanthropic organisations carrying out much-needed community work across Lanarkshire, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway have benefited to the tune of thousands following the second annual hub South West Charity Golf Event. (from left) Helen Cameron, Ashleigh Building; Margaret Milton, hubSW
hub South West has presented Skills and Training Academy Awards for Best Training Culture and Best Employment Initiative for Young People to Ayrshire’s James Frew Ltd and North Lanarkshire-based CMS Window Systems respectively.