North Lanarkshire

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Historic Environment Scotland has decided not to list Cumbernauld Town Centre after the organisation was asked to consider designating the site as a listed building by a member of the public last year.

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Knight Property Group has committed to further speculative development at its £55 million Belgrave Logistics Park in North Lanarkshire with Clark Contracts appointed as the main contractor to deliver the third phase. Planning consent for phase 3, a large single unit of 126,960 sq ft,

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Councillor Jim Logue, leader of North Lanarkshire Council, has written to the Scottish Government to ask them to back funding applications for two school estate improvement programmes. In a letter to the cabinet secretary for education & skills, Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP, Councillor Logue has

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Glasgow City Region has approved plans for a new road access junction and active travel facilities on the A8/M8 between Mossend and Newhouse. The plans were developed as part of a strategy to improve access to jobs at Eurocentral, Newhouse and Mossend and encourage investment in key economic sites n

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Additional projects to deliver more new, affordable homes across North Lanarkshire have been agreed and have now been included in the next Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP), the local authority has revealed. North Lanarkshire Council's Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) aims to deliver

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A planning application has been put forward for 23 new homes in Ravenscraig consisting of cottage flats, terraced houses, and semi-detached houses. The proposal at the junction of New Craig Road and Prospect Hill Road is mindful of the adjacent completed housing development and utilises vehicular ac

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A state-of-the-art £36 million superfactory will secure the Scottish future of a company crucial to the whisky industry, thanks to £3.3m in funding. The huge investment includes a £3.3m grant from Scottish Enterprise and will see Guala Closures Ltd continue its operations here

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Construction work is underway to build 96 new council homes at Castlehill Road, Gowkthrapple, as part of overall regeneration plans for the area. These new homes form part of North Lanarkshire Council’s ambitious new house building programme which aims to deliver 5,000 new, modern, affordable

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Bids to support two school estate improvement projects will be submitted to the Scottish Government later this month. The applications from North Lanarkshire Council would see an extension at Chryston High School and a new-build Gartcosh Community Hub through the Learning Estate Improvement Programm

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Furniture and fit-out specialist Deanestor has been awarded its second contract this year for North Lanarkshire Council, taking the value of these orders to £1.5 million. The latest project is to provide furniture and fit-out services for a £20m community hub in Chryston which is be

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Twenty-two apprentices from across North Lanarkshire are learning a range of trade skills with the council’s strategic housing and repairs partner Mears Scotland. Jim Logue, leader of North Lanarkshire Council welcomed the young people at a recent visit to the council’s civic centre wher

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North Lanarkshire Council's housing committee has approved additional sites to be added to its new house building programme that will deliver more homes for its residents, regenerate local communities and boost the area’s local economy. The council is continuing to roll out its new build progr

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Lifting equipment hire firm LGH is increasing its operations in Scotland after securing an agreement with sister company, Rotrex, to use its base in Motherwell as a distribution centre. The news follows a sharp spike in demand for lifting equipment across the central belt of Scotland – especia

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North Lanarkshire Council is to build a new council fleet and waste depot in Bellshill and has secured funding bids of more than £6 million for other key projects. The facility will replace the existing buildings at Old Edinburgh Road which are no longer fit for purpose and will be demoli

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