New build and current council housing in Renfrewshire is to benefit from a £75 million investment over the next three years after the local authority agreed it Housing Capital Investment Plan. Initially, £24m will be invested in 2020/21 to support planned investment programmes, regenerat
Saint-Gobain UK and Ireland has collaborated with Barnardo’s Scotland to build transitionary accommodation for young people leaving the care system. The first two purpose-built homes in Renfrewshire use Saint-Gobain materials and a holistic approach to design to ensure the homes
Fleming Buildings has been appointed by Renfrewshire Council to undertake the design and build of four early learning and childcare centres. (from left) Top row: Headteacher of Houston Primary School and Houston Early Learning and Childcare Centre, Jennifer Murray; director of children’s servi
The Paisley Centre shopping facility could be repurposed into a new residential quarter under radical new plans to reimagine the town and reverse Scotland’s declining High Streets. How the Paisley Centre entrance could look if the centre was repurposed as a new residential quarter
The first images showing how a vacant former retail unit at the heart of Paisley’s High Street will be turned into a 21st-century community facility housing library services have been revealed today as an architect and main contractor are appointed to the project.
An innovative housing project in Renfrewshire will help to tackle climate change and could slash annual heating bills to £150. Renfrewshire Council’s housing investment team has been given the green light to deliver a £4.5 million retrofit of 75 terraced council houses.
Sanctuary is to present its plans for the continued regeneration of Paisley’s West End. The housing provider is looking to build around 22 units for social rent on the Sutherland Street site. The mix will include 2-bedroom flats and 2 & 3-bedroom houses.
Plans to transform Paisley Museum into a world-class visitor destination have taken a major step forward with the announcement of £3.8 million of support from the National Lottery Heritage Fund. Councillor Lisa-Marie Hughes, chair of Renfrewshire Leisure, and Martyn Wade, Scotland Committee me
Sanctuary has handed over the last of the 132 homes built on the site of St Mirren FC’s former Love Street stadium with an old Buddies ball boy among the recipients. The £17 million development has created a new community and brought life to an area that was Paisley’s heart and sou