North Lanarkshire

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North Lanarkshire Council has published plans for the new East Airdrie Link Road. Under the proposals, the two-way single carriageway road will run from the M8 at Newhouse to north of Riggend with independent shared pedestrian and cycle ways.

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North Lanarkshire Council's house building plans continue to gather momentum as additional sites for future developments were given the green light following a meeting of the council's housing and regeneration committee. The new council house building programme is delivering significant investment t

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Phase 1 plans for a major new low carbon, multi-modal rail freight facility have been unanimously approved by North Lanarkshire Council. (from left) Andrew Stirling, director, PD Stirling; Lee Wayper, project manager, Sir Robert McAlpine; David Cross, consultant for PD Stirling; David Stir

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and Barratt Homes West Scotland have commenced construction for a new development of 638 homes at Torrance Place in Holytown, North Lanarkshire, signalling the start of phase two of the overall masterplan. Phase two of the masterplan will see the construction of 638 two,

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A planning application has been submitted to upgrade the road connections between Motherwell and Ravenscraig, as part of plans to regenerate the former steelworks site.

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North Lanarkshire Council's efforts to deliver new build housing boosts for Airdrie and Coatbridge communities has made progress this week. Groundwork is now underway at its largest new council housing site in Holehills, Airdrie, to deliver 150 new homes, 19 of which are the first confirmed Net Zero

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Build Lanarkshire, the online instructional programme which guides local construction businesses on how to win new work from both the public sector and Scotland’s Tier One building contractors, is under way again until June 24. Run in partnership with North and South Lanarkshire councils, the

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An asbestos removal contractor has been fined after a worker was fatally injured and another worker seriously injured in a gas explosion in Wishaw. Hamilton Sheriff Court heard how on 5 October 2017, workers were removing a boiler and pipework, and overspraying walls to remove asbestos residue, at t

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