(from left) Kyle Deans (Glencoats Primary); Ciaran Obrien (head of sport at UWS); Erin Howell (Glencoats Primary); Craig Mahoney; Aylie Campbell (St Fergus Primary); Tony Fitzpatrick; Michal Osakwe (St Fergus Primary); Councillor Mike Holmes Proposals have been launched for a £15 million regional s
Renfrewshire Council has brought in additional resources to clear a backlog of streetlighting repairs following a dispute with the original contractor. A dispute over the agreed costs of the project with Lightways Contracts resulted in the contractor's failure to carry out the maintenance scheme.
Councillors have agreed to progress with plans to create a Simplified Planning Zone (SPZ) at a Renfrewshire business park. The move would effectively grant planning permission in advance for certain types of development specified within Westway Park.
A new £40 million cinema and performing arts theatre is to be built in the heart of Paisley to spearhead the town’s bid to be UK City of Culture in 2021. The Paisley Community Trust is behind proposals to create the 500-seat main theatre, five cinema screens, a cafe bar, restaurant, educational h
BAM Construction’s Johnstone Town Hall has scooped yet another award, this time from the Glasgow Institute of Architects. The community building, designed by Holmes Miller, received a commendation in the commercial category. Judges praised the project saying that “the development illustrates an
Gordon Matheson Funding has been approved for over £900 million of infrastructure projects to be carried out under the Glasgow and the Clyde Valley City Deal package to boost the west of Scotland economy.
Johnstone Town Hall has been awarded the accolade of ‘Development of the Year (Public Buildings)’ at the Scottish Property Awards, just days after being handed over to Renfrewshire Council by BAM Construction Scotland. The building, with its combination of a striking glass façade, deep public a
Renfrewshire’s roads are set to benefit from significant investment, with a multi-million cash boost allocated to improve the conditions of roads and pavements. Renfrewshire Council has set aside £3.5 million for road improvements during the 2015/16 financial year.
Renfrewshire Council is making progress resolving a subsidence problem in Ferry Road, Renfrew. Over the last few months, the council have been investigating the issue and it is now believed that a leaking manhole is the cause of the problem.
Hundreds of residents are set to benefit after Keepmoat was appointed to carry out improvement works to over 600 homes in Renfrewshire. Renfrewshire Council has appointed the housing and regeneration specialist for the £9 million scheme which will include external wall insulation, re-roofing, rende