Renfrewshire

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Three more local authorities have approved investment in infrastructure projects as part of newly agreed budget plans. Falkirk Council is to invest £220 million over the next five years in various infrastructure projects.

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The development of a major innovation district near Glasgow Airport has taken a significant step forward. The Full Business Case for the Glasgow Airport Investment Area Project was approved by the Leadership Board at Renfrewshire Council this week.

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Work to transform Paisley Town Hall into one of the West of Scotland’s landmark entertainment venues has reached a significant milestone with the submission of a planning application and listed building consent. Holmes Miller has worked closely with Renfrewshire Council and Renfrewshire Leisur

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Plans to build a state-of-the-art athletics facility in Renfrewshire have taken a step forward after councillors backed a community asset transfer to Kilbarchan Amateur Athletics Club (AAC). More than 4000sqm of land will be transferred to the local club to progress plans for a £1.3 million in

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One of Scotland’s most iconic structures could be saved from ruin and transformed into a modern multi-purpose venue in plans unveiled today. An official campaign launched to save Coats Memorial in Paisley will see a team of committed fundraisers aim to raise £1.5 million to breathe new l

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has secured planning permission from Renfrewshire Council for the provision of 110 new homes through the development of land at the former Johnstone Hospital site on Bridge of Weir Road in Linwood. The 9.97-acre brownfield site is already identified for housing and will d

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Multidisciplinary design and engineering company BakerHicks has been awarded a contract to deliver design services for the new Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC) in Renfrewshire. BakerHicks was appointed by CPI to provide multi-disciplinary design services, including pharmaceutical con

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One of Scotland’s most iconic structures could be saved from ruin – with an expert team of place makers gearing up to raise £1.5 million for its preservation. Coats Memorial, widely recognised as the exclamation mark of Paisley’s skyline, is looking for a new purpose since ho

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As the £1.13 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal gathers pace, Scottish Construction Now highlights the progress of the major infrastructure projects involved in the Deal. Last month the Glasgow City Region Cabinet considered the significant progress made to date in the delivery of the &poun

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The director of more than 90 successful capital appeals has been appointed to lead Paisley Museum’s £5 million fundraising campaign. Eric Grounds, who was responsible for a £35m campaign for Marie Curie and a £350m appeal for the defence National Rehabilitation Centre in Warw

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Around 100 new council homes are to be built in the Tannahill area of Ferguslie Park after plans were confirmed for a £14 million new build development. Construction of the new homes is expected to start in 2020, with funding from Renfrewshire Council and the Scottish Government.

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CALA Homes (West) has revealed a number of “significant” community benefits from its development at North Bar, Erskine, including a proposed new bus service. The homebuilder’s proposals represent a major investment in the long-term future of the area with the creation of 195 new te

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Property developer London & Scottish Investments is on course to launch its new £10 million Wallneuk Retail Park in Paisley in three months time, bringing up to 120 retail jobs to the town with more to come when the last remaining unit is let. The development will see Lidl opening a flagsh

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