North Lanarkshire

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Two firms have been fined after a cold store collapsed and seriously injured two employees at a construction site in Motherwell. St. Albans based John Sisk and Son and HIL Installations of Birkenhead were fined £64,000 and £71,000 respectively after both were found guilty of an offence under Secti

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Ground cutting on site are (left to right) David Bolton, associate director, public sector, Barclays; Clyde Valley Housing Association’s vice chairperson Allan Murray and finance director Shirley MacDonald and Alasdair Gardner, regional managing director, commercial banking, Bank of Scotland Clyde

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Jim McCabe The leader of North Lanarkshire Council, who was reported to a watchdog for not declaring his friendship with executives at a company at the heart of a multi-million-pound council housing repairs deal, has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

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Work is about to start on the first office development at Drumpellier Business Park in Coatbridge. A joint venture initiative between Ogilvie Group Developments and North Lanarkshire Council’s regeneration company, Fusion Assets, the two storey, 8,000 sq ft building, to be called Enterprise House,

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The Mossend site North Lanarkshire Council has backed a call for the Scottish Ministers to overturn their decision to grant permission for the development of a distribution centre despite their own officials agreeing it should be refused.

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Artist's impression of the proposed development Plans to regenerate the former Ravenscraig steelworks site in North Lanarkshire have been put on hold, the developers have announced.

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Graham Construction has handed over the £19 million Wishaw Health Centre to NHS Lanarkshire. Named the Houldsworth Centre, the building marks the third successful handover to NHS Lanarkshire and the eleventh successful handover for hub South West, having now delivered over £60m worth of projects.

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A man has been sentenced to 10 months imprisonment after pleading guilty to conning an 89-year-old woman out of thousands of pounds for unnecessary roof repairs. Airdrie Sheriff Court heard that on Friday 6 December 2013 Barney Doherty, accompanied by another male, cold called the woman at her home

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The leader of North Lanarkshire Council has been reported to a watchdog for not declaring his friendship with executives at a company at the heart of a multi-million-pound council housing repairs deal. According to The Herald, Mears Scotland secured substantial concessions in its housing repairs con

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Plans to build over 1,000 homes as well as a community hub and a link road have been approved by North Lanarkshire Council. The plan which will see 1,040 new homes developed in the pleasant village of Glenboig was put to the local authority’s planning and transportation committee last week by Hami

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