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A ground breaking ceremony at Bearsden Burgh Hall has marked the start of a multi-million project to transform it in to a new Community Hub for the East Dunbartonshire town. East Dunbartonshire Council leader, Rhondda Geekie, cut the first sod at the event to mark the official start of construction

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall to build a new primary school campus in Kirkintilloch as part of East Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to improve schools in the area. The new building will be constructed at the current St Flannan’s site, on Newdyke Road. The project will see

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Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall is constructing a new primary school campus in Bishopbriggs as part of East Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to update its schools estate. Located on the existing Woodhill Primary School site, the new building will replace the existing Auchinairn

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Plans for a brand new Community Hub in Bearsden took a significant step forward this week as the partners involved in the £3 million project achieved financial close. The landmark agreement was reached between East Dunbartonshire Council, development partner hub West Scotland and contractor CCG.

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A new care home in Inverclyde will shortly begin construction after the project reached financial close. The £8 million care provision is the latest project to be delivered by NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde with its development partner hub West Scotland and main contractor Morgan Sindall.

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Local children joined East Dunbartonshire Council leader Rhondda Geekie to help cut the ground for their brand new £12.4m school and early learning & childcare centre. The new two storey building in Bishopbriggs will replace the existing Auchinairn Primary, Woodhill Primary schools and Cleddens

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Morgan Sindall is to construct a new co-located primary school and nursery campus in Bellsmyre, as part of West Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to update its schools estate. Along with the design team, the firm was appointed by hub West Scotland, West Dunbartonshire Council’s development partner r

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Plans to transform one of East Dunbartonshire's most iconic buildings into a centre for heritage, arts, culture and community use have been handed a double boost. The Kirkintilloch Town Hall project secured the final piece of its required funding package following a grant of £666,600 from the Herit

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East Dunbartonshire Council has given the green light for a new Community Hub to be built in Bearsden. The planning board approved planning consent for the construction of the new £3 million-plus facility, which will include the re-provisioning of the library and community archives from Brookwood a

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BAM Construction’s Johnstone Town Hall has scooped yet another award, this time from the Glasgow Institute of Architects. The community building, designed by Holmes Miller, received a commendation in the commercial category. Judges praised the project saying that “the development illustrates an

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Work has begun on the £4.29 million refurbishment of Kilmacolm Primary and Nursery School in Inverclyde. Designed by Elder and Cannon Architects and carried out by main contractor CBC Ltd, the project is the latest in Inverclyde Council’s unprecedented £270m Schools Estate programme delivering n

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Chris McNeill, West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) head of community health and care services, Councillor Gail Casey, chair of WD HSCP board, and Keith Redpath, WD HSCP chief officer, join other representatives for the official sod cutting at the site of the new multi-milli

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Margaret Burgess MSP, Councillor Patrick McGlinchey and Councillor David McBride hand over the keys to representatives from the two businesses which have moved into the units Thirteen new workshops at Vale of Leven Industrial Estate were officially opened this week as the first businesses were welco

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(from left) Geraldine Ogilby - acting head teacher at St Patrick’s Primary School, Euan MacEachern – site manager at Lend Lease, Angeline Robertson – partnerships director at hub West Scotland, Marc Quinn – pupil at St Patrick’s Primary School, Councillor Martin Brennan – vice convener f

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