Hub West Scotland

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Planning permission and listed building consent applications for a new West Dunbartonshire Council office building in Dumbarton have been submitted by Keppie Design. The £14.6 million project, being delivered by hub West Scotland in partnership with the council with architects Keppie and main contr

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Inverclyde Council’s £7 million plan for a new building for St Patrick’s Primary in Greenock has achieved financial close clearing the way for construction to begin. The new state-of-the-art building for St Patrick’s Primary will be on the original Broomhill Street site following the demoliti

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Morgan Sindall has started work on the first co-located primary school development in West Dunbartonshire. The campus will see Aitkenbar and St Peter's Primary School co-located along with a new Early Education and Childcare Centre (EECC) to replace the existing Andrew B Cameron and St Peter's centr

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George Farley, hub West board director; Ronnie Dinnie, head of neighbourhood services at West Dunbartonshire Council; Jim Ward, construction director at BAM; Councillor Patrick McGlinchey, convener for infrastructure regeneration and economic development at West Dunbartonshire Council; West Dunbarto

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The value of projects under construction delivered through the Scotland-wide hub programme has leapt 78 per cent in the past six months. Latest statistics published today by the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT), which manages the hub programme, shows the value of community buildings being built by the f

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Multi-disciplinary design consultancy Morgan Sindall Professional Services (MSPS) was in attendance as Lairdsland Primary School was officially handed over in East Dunbartonshire. MSPS provided mechanical and electrical (M&E) and BREEAM services to the sustainably-built project, working with arc

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Johnstone Town Hall has been awarded the accolade of ‘Development of the Year (Public Buildings)’ at the Scottish Property Awards, just days after being handed over to Renfrewshire Council by BAM Construction Scotland. The building, with its combination of a striking glass façade, deep public a

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hub West Scotland are hosting a Meet the Buyer event this month at the Titan Enterprise Centre in Clydebank. SMEs based in the West of Scotland are invited to drop in to discuss the opportunities available on a large range of developments for hub West Scotland’s public sector partners such as: Kil

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Scott Wilson business development director Morgan Sindall, Alan Russell project manager, Stuart Parker business development director MSPS, Shona Robison Cabinet Secretary for Health and Wellbeing, Edward Carr director Morgan Sindall construction, Tim Harland, architect Gareth Hoskins Stuart Parker,

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New workshop premises at the Vale of Leven Industrial Estate have been given the green light after West Dunbartonshire Council granted planning permission for the development. Building work on the £1.8m project, which will provide 13 new workshop units with 35 parking spaces, is due to begin on sit

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The old Dumbarton Burgh Hall - the new council office design will retain this listed façade A new office building for West Dunbartonshire Council has moved a step closer after Keppie was appointed to design to building on behalf of hub West Scotland.

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