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
Callum Whiteford (development relations coordinator, Banks) left with Jim Agnew (owner of Lochview Nursery and supporter of the scheme) second from left Plans to build 1,040 homes as part of a Community Growth Area east of Glasgow, as well as a community hub and a link road, are to be put to decisio
Alex Neil A project to build a new community centre at the heart of Cumbernauld has been hailed as a success of the Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF), which has opened for new applications.
Artist’s impressions showing how the new council homes set to be built at West Main Street, Harthill, for North Lanarkshire Council will look Affordable housing developer Lovell is set to design and build 221 new council homes for North Lanarkshire Council and West Lothian Council at a combined va
North Lanarkshire Council has been given the go ahead for the development of a new primary school. Scottish ministers have agreed not to issue a call-in notice following the council's decision to close Dunrobin PS and Petersburn PS and Nursery Class.
An eco-friendly house designed by New College Lanarkshire students has begun to take shape. The Curriculum House project at Ravenscraig, which has attracted international interest, has now entered its main construction phase.
Plans for a link road that could provide direct access from a proposed property development to the Gartcosh Business Park, the local railway station and the M73 have emerged as the preferred choice by a North Lanarkshire Council.
A £6.5 million project to create a major new heritage and nature park will bring together 20sq km of lochs, parks, nature reserves and woodlands between Glasgow and Coatbridge, Glasgow City Council's sustainability and the environment policy development committee has heard.
A new construction skills academy has opened in North Lanarkshire. The facility, NL Construction Craft Skills Academy, will provide apprentices with the opportunity to learn from leading experts within the construction industry.
Hub South West has appointed Kier Construction to develop a new £7.9 million community and small business hub in Cumbernauld on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council.
Work has started on a £19 million revamp of the intensive care unit at a Lanarkshire hospital.
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has secured planning permission from North Lanarkshire Council to deliver 222 homes in phase one of Torrance Park in Holytown.
Left to right: Russell Wilkie (Senior Development Manager - Murray Estates Ltd); Willie Burns (Managing Director -Taylor Wimpey West Scotland); Sir David Murray; Jestyn Davies (Managing Director -Murray Estates Ltd); Councillor James Coyle (Convener of the Planning and Transportation Committee – N
Greg Fitzgerald Morrison Construction, Morgan Sindall and Kier Construction have been successfully appointed to North Lanarkshire Council’s Schools and Centres 21 Phase 2 Framework.
The new, completed Maggie's Centre at NHS Lanarkshire has been unveiled by Reiach & Hall Architects. The centre is located within the grounds of Monklands Hospital.