Paisley

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Plans to demolish the Leisureland amusement arcade in Paisley High Street and build student flats in its place have been approved. Renfrewshire Council's planning board approved plans which will see multi-storey accommodation erected at the site comprising of 150 studios.

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A multi-million-pound project to transform a row of historic Paisley town centre tenements into new modern energy-efficient homes for social rent is set to move forward. The initiative will create renovated homes for tenants in a trail-blazing project involving Paisley Housing Association, Renfrewsh

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More than 150 third year pupils in Renfrewshire got to grips with traditional building skills at a career-building event held outside Paisley Town Hall. Building on Paisley’s historic environment, the event hopes to encourage more young people to get into traditional building crafts as part of

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Paisley Museum Reimagined has appointed specialist fit-out contractor The Hub to lead on Paisley Museum’s £6.8 million exhibition fit-out. Following a competitive tendering process, The Hub will work with the Paisley Museum Reimagined team from now until the end of November 2023. Beginni

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Construction works continue to progress at the £7.4 million Paisley Learning & Cultural Hub as Arc-Tech (Scotland) commences the M&E installation. The new facility, located on High Street in the town centre, comprises the repurposing and reconfiguration of former retail premises into a

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A new walking and cycling route linking the town centres of Renfrew and Paisley is set to be built by the end of 2022 after a contract worth almost £1 million was awarded for its construction to JH Civil Engineering Limited.

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The transformation of a former derelict pub site in Paisley into 36 new-build flats has been completed by building and construction firm The JR Group.

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For over a hundred years, Thomas Coats Memorial Church has occupied an iconic spot in Paisley’s skyline. Construction of the church began in 1885 in memory of Thomas Coats, a Scottish thread manufacturer who contributed to many of Paisley’s iconic landmarks such as Coats Observatory, Fou

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