Inverclyde

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M&E contractor and installer Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd is progressing well on the installation of the mechanical & electrical services on three education projects. Undertaken on behalf of hub West Scotland and Inverclyde Council, each project will receive an extensive suite of mechanical &

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Riverside Inverclyde Property Holdings, the organisation charged with delivering the economic redevelopment of Inverclyde in the west of Scotland, has been given planning permission by Inverclyde Council for a new food and drink incubator in Greenock. The incubator and its other areas of support for

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Kier Construction Scotland has been appointed as a Tier One contractor to hub West Scotland’s supply chain. A joint-venture organisation owned by both the public and private sectors, hub West Scotland delivers a range of public sector capital works projects throughout west central Scotland.

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Inverclyde Council has lodged a planning application to remodel a 170 year old building at Greenock Cemetery. Originally located in Wellpark in Greenock when it was built in 1846, Ivy House was moved to the cemetery in 1852 to be used as a lodge for workers.

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A project to build a new lowland malt whisky distillery and visitor centre in Inverclyde can begin next year with the award of near £1 million from the Scottish Government. The Ardgowan Distillery, which plans to build the flagship project on the Ardgowan Estate near Inverkip, 30 miles west of Glas

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Work on a £2.6 million early years facility in Greenock is to begin this month after the project achieved financial close last week. The new 100-pupil facility will be built on part of the old Greenock Academy site and has been designed so the three nursery playrooms will all look-out over the Rive

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A planning application has been submitted for Inverclyde Council’s new £1.7 million children’s house in Port Glasgow. The existing building on Crosshill Place in Port Glasgow will be demolished while the new children’s house will be built on the existing site.

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Work has begun work on Inverclyde Council's new £9.2 million St Ninian's Primary School in Gourock. The CCG project is the latest to benefit from the council's £270m investment that will see every child in the region in a new or refurbished school by 2020.

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Councillors have given the go-ahead for a £12 million distillery and visitor centre to be built on a 600-year-old estate near Inverkip. The green light means the Ardgowan Distillery Company can now advance its proposal to build a “world-class” lowland malt whisky distillery and visitor attracti

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