North Lanarkshire

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Plans to identify and improve future housing options for people living in high-rise homes in North Lanarkshire are continuing during the current pandemic as the council pushed on with high-rise demolition plans. North Lanarkshire Council, in consultation with local people, agreed ambitious plans to

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A company set up to deliver a number of new schools and community centres in North Lanarkshire which sued a construction company over defects in the development of one of the building projects has been granted a court order to enforce an adjudicator’s decision in its favour.

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Cumbernauld’s local economy is enjoying a significant economic boost from the completion of a £20 million retail development by Glasgow-based property development company London & Scottish Investments.

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NHS Lanarkshire has launched a process of further public and staff engagement regarding the three potential alternative sites for a new University Hospital Monklands. The engagement programme gives the community the chance to provide feedback on the shortlist of sites for the hospital – Gartco

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Glass and aluminium specialist Cube Glass is set to near double the size of its footprint with the acquisition of its existing Cumbernauld premises and a planning application for a substantial extension. Cube Glass, which will purchase its 4,200 sq ft factory unit at Tannoch Place from landlord Asht

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Energy and services group ENGIE has partnered with North Lanarkshire Council to host a series of zero carbon transition events ahead of the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP26) event in Glasgow in November. The partnership has launched the ‘ACT 2020 – Action on Climate Toget

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Commercial fit-out and refurbishment specialist GHI Contracts has chosen to partner with building services provider Arc-Tech (Scotland) Ltd again with the delivery of three contracts across the central belt of Scotland. Comprising the reconfiguration of offices at 24 St Vincent Place in Glasgow, a h

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A trio of high-rise flats will be demolished in Airdrie to make way for new housing, signalling the first major step in North Lanarkshire Council’s ambitious regeneration plans. The three blocks of eight-storey towers at Holehills in Airdrie - Cheviot, Merrick and Pentland courts which held 13

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Energy, services and regeneration specialist ENGIE held a groundbreaking ceremony last week to mark the commencement of a £2.5 million construction project in Bellshill. The development, in partnership with the Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA), will see derelict land on Hamilton Road tr

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