Orchard Brae Ltd has submitted revised plans for its EuroPark proposal in North Lanarkshire, reducing the scale of development and removing all planned development to the north of Calderbank with an attendant reduction in housing provision by 250 homes.
New town hubs, more affordable town centre homes and a new family learning centre are among the projects planned for North Lanarkshire’s towns and communities as part of the local authority’s £1.25 billion The Place, The Vision plan. After announcing the projects to members of the
The hard work of a former Airdrie pupil is being rewarded as he’s now on the pathway to a career in construction thanks to expert advice and job coaching from North Lanarkshire Council's Supported Enterprise Service. The service assists people with disabilities and those facing challenging bar
Towns and communities in North Lanarkshire will benefit from £1.243 billion investment over the next five years to transform them into vibrant, thriving, sustainable places, the local authority has revealed. North Lanarkshire Council said local people are at the heart of its ambitious vision a
Approval has been granted for plans to upgrade the road connections between Motherwell and Ravenscraig, including a new signalised roundabout at Airbles Road/Windmillhill Street and a dual carriageway to the Ravenscraig Regional Sports Facility.
Knight Property Group has secured full planning consent from North Lanarkshire Council to develop a brand new £50 million logistics park at Bellshill Industrial Estate, on the site of the former Devro manufacturing facility.
Additional projects for more new, affordable homes across North Lanarkshire have been approved and included in the council's next Strategic Housing Investment Plan, which is being submitted to the Scottish Government.
The £14.5 million redevelopment of Motherwell station entered its third phase last week with a focus on the extension of the forecourt and internal concourse area at the station. ScotRail said the work by Balfour Beatty will see changes to how customers access the station platforms for a short
A programme of main infrastructure work at a Taylor Wimpey development in Glenboig will start from September 20 following the successful completion of some pre-construction and preparation works, the hosuebuilder has confirmed.
North Lanarkshire Council's house building programme is progressing as plans are agreed to deliver more affordable homes for rent across the region. The council's housing and regeneration committee approved the inclusion of sites at Coshneuk Road, Stepps (around 16 new homes) and Caledonian Road, Wi
Work has commenced on a £4.5 million development that aims to attract high-profile businesses to the Ravenscraig regeneration site. A ceremony to mark the continuation of construction works was attended by Kate Forbes MSP, the cabinet secretary for finance and the economy; Cllr