North Lanarkshire Council has published details of a proposed housing development in Wishaw. The council is now seeking planning permission for nine flats to be built on the site of Wishaw Methodist Church in Caledonian Road.
Plans for the new Orbiston Community Hub in Bellshill are making progress with two community engagement events organised to allow residents to find out more about the project. The hub will provide state-of-the-art facilities for the whole community and will include:
Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is asking members of the public to share their views on Cumbernauld Town Centre after the organisation was asked to consider designating the building as a listed building.
A partnership between two developers has signalled its intent to create much-needed family homes as part of plans to transform a derelict site in North Lanarkshire. Hamilton-based employer Banks Property Developments and Edinburgh headquartered housebuilder Miller Homes are preparing a joint plannin
Scottish construction firm JR Group has revealed its shock and disappointment following North Lanarkshire Council’s refusal to approve revised proposals for 12 affordable homes on a derelict brownfield site in Wishaw. The planning application – the group’s second for the former soc
Saltire Facilities Management has been awarded a gas heating services replacement contract by North Lanarkshire Council. The contract, which is valued at £10m, is set to begin in the coming weeks and will run until 2024, with the option to extend to 2026.
North Lanarkshire Council has agreed a £16.9 million agreement with Network Rail for a new bridge crossing the West Coast Main Line as part of work to upgrade the road connections between Motherwell and Ravenscraig.
Residents at a sheltered housing complex are saving money and enjoying warmer homes thanks to new renewable heating systems. The eco-friendly systems installed by North Lanarkshire Council at the Lorne Gardens sheltered complex in Salsburgh, allows tenants to save money on their fuel costs while red
Work on a new £20 million community hub in Chryston has begun, with a turf-cutting event to mark the start of construction taking place this week. North Lanarkshire Council is working in partnership with NHS Lanarkshire on the project that will deliver a 21st-century learning environment along