North Lanarkshire

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The developers of one of Europe’s largest regeneration projects have submitted a masterplan which aims to attract significant investment into the former Ravenscraig steelworks near Motherwell. Encouraged by North Lanarkshire Council’s announcement of a £190 million roads programme in the area,

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Ambitious investment plans totalling £50.9 million will deliver significant housing improvements to council homes across North Lanarkshire, benefitting tenants and helping make significant strides towards reducing the local authority’s carbon footprint. Replacing all kitchens and bathrooms by 202

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(from left) Bruce High, chief executive of St Andrew’s Hospice; Mr Boyd Tunnock MBE CBE; Lady Susan Haughey; Elaine Smith MSP; Mr Gilbert Cox CVO MBE; Alex Neil MSP (Photo credit: Robert Perry) CCG officially handed over the keys to the newly refurbished St Andrew’s Hospice to the charity’s ch

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(from left) Joy Roy, St Ambrose depute headteacher; Ryan Lindsay; Liam Gardner; Reece Rooney and Robert Stewart, Robertson site manager Pupils from Coatbridge have visited the site of their old school to take part in a construction challenge led by infrastructure firm Robertson Group.

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Springfield Properties has submitted a detailed planning application for a new 42-home development in Gartcosh. The housebuilder submitted plans to North Lanarkshire Council to transform the 1.98-hectare site, which neighbours Mount Ellen Golf Club, into a new crescent development.

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Two brownfield sites in Cumbernauld will soon be reclaimed and regenerated into new affordable housing developments, providing new family homes and opportunities for local people as part of an £11.7 million investment from Sanctuary Homes. ENGIE has been appointed to deliver the construction works

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Carillion Powerlines has secured a £11.6 million contract to carry out electrification work on the Shotts line. The company will deliver enhancements to nine stations on the route between Holytown Junction and Midcalder Junction.

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The Pan-Lanarkshire Orbital transport corridor and Motherwell Interchange The strategic business case for a £190 million roads programme in North Lanarkshire has been approved by the Glasgow City Region City Deal cabinet.

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North Lanarkshire Council has approved its five-year Strategic Housing Investment plan (SHIP) which aims to deliver over 1,900 new homes over the next five years, doubling the rate completed over the previous five years. The SHIP, for 2018-19/2022-23, was approved by councillors at a recent meeting

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