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An urban flooding project to tackle the deficiencies in Glasgow's drainage system and allow the building of 22,000 new homes on previously unviable brownfield sites has been received a funding boost. The Glasgow City Region City Deal Cabinet has approved £3.17 million of funding towards the next st

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A half mile-long new sewer tunnel is to be installed beneath the streets of the Yoker area of Glasgow as part of a £7 million project to help improve the water quality and natural environment of the River Clyde and tackle flooding issues. Scottish Water has started work on the project, which involv

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The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has launched a consultation on proposed changes to the regulatory charging scheme covering annual licence costs and application fees. The consultation follows extensive engagement with licence holders, the Scottish Government and wider stakeholders,

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A Glasgow waste management firm has been fined after waste was illegally dumped in North Lanarkshire. CMI Demolition Limited received a £16,000 fine at Airdrie Sheriff Court after the company failed to ensure the proper disposal of waste from their facility between March and June 2011.

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