A formal planning application has been submitted for a £158 million wind farm at Glenshero in the Highlands. SIMEC, part of the GFG Alliance, said its proposal follows a year of environmental and technical studies and extensive public consultation.
Cabinet Secretary for Finance and the Economy, Derek MacKay MSP visits Liberty Steel Dalzell in Motherwell. Image © Warren Media 2018 Scottish-made products can win back the import-dominated UK market for the heavy-duty steel used in bridges, buildings and ships, cabinet secretary for finance and t
The comeback story of Liberty Steel’s Scottish plants at Dalzell and Clydebridge turned another page this week with a decision to restart production of heavy-duty products used in structures such as bridges and public art sculptures. Known as ‘weathering’ steel, the environmentally tough grade
Irvine Anderson, Anderson Group CEO Sam Anderson (Newhouse) Ltd, part of the Anderson Group, has won a major contract to be the sole transport provider for Liberty House Group’s steel interests in Scotland.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has hailed the future of steel and engineering in Scotland as she formally reopened the country’s last major steelworks today. The Dalzell plate mill in Motherwell was mothballed by Tata Steel in 2015, with the loss of 225 jobs, before being taken over by Liberty Hou
The re-opening of one of two former Tata Steel plants in Lanarkshire that were mothballed last year has moved a step closer with the first delivery of steel slab to the site for nearly a year. Around 1,500 tonnes of slab from the British Steel plant at Scunthorpe arrived by train at the Dalzell plat
Liberty House Group has announced it has started recruitment for the newly reopened Dalzell and Clydebridge steel plants in Lanarkshire. The international metals and industrial firm acquired the sites in April from Tata Steel following close work with the Scottish Government, which bought the mills
Liberty House has completed its acquisition of the former Tata Steel plate making facilities at Dalzell and Clydebridge in Lanarkshire. The deal involved a back-to-back transaction in which the Scottish Government acquired the two plants from Tata Steel and immediately sold them to Liberty House.
A potential buyer has emerged for the two Scottish plants of beleaguered metal company Tata Steel. According to reports, international firm Liberty House has declared an interest in buying the sites in Dalzell and Clydebridge after Tata announced its decision to shed 270 jobs the factories last year