A former school building from the 1800s has been transformed to create an impressive community hub encompassing offices, green space, gym and leisure centre thanks to a major grant from the Renewable Energy Fund (REF). Abington Development Community Group’s (ADCG) significant community revamp
A new housing development in Lesmahagow can deliver millions of pounds of investment in the local community and create more than 80 new jobs, if approved by South Lanarkshire Council later this year.
One of Scotland’s most successful businessmen and the founder of stock market listed group Smart Metering Systems is to make the largest single investment in Scottish basketball history, as part of a £20 million new basketball arena project for the Caledonia Gladiators. Steve Timoney and
A former South Lanarkshire police station could be converted into a small-scale housing development comprising of six new homes.
Work has started on 40 new council homes at the former Philips factory site in Hamilton.
More than six hundred residents of multi-storey tower blocks in South Lanarkshire are to benefit from new fire safety measures. Led by South Lanarkshire Council and contractor and manufacturer CCG (Scotland), nine high-rise blocks of flats in East Kilbride and Cambuslang have been confirmed to recei
A Scottish community could soon benefit from a multi-million-pound fund that will help thousands of families to save millions on their energy bills by improving the thermal efficiency of their home and replacing fossil fuelled heating systems.
Major improvement works are to take place on a road in Stonehouse.
Repair works are to take place at two sections of the Garrion Bridge in South Lanarkshire.
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland can confirm that work on a significant nine-month infrastructure programme to upgrade a section of Meikle Earnock Road in Hamilton is completed. The road will open on Thursday 22 December 2022 following a final inspection by South Lanarkshire Council’s Road departme
The masterplan for housing in South Lanarkshire over the next five years has been given the go-ahead.
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has secured an Approval of Matters specified in Conditions (AMSC) planning consent from South Lanarkshire Council for the provision of 50 new affordable homes at its development which forms part of the wider masterplan for the Brackenhill Farm area, and is recognised as
Councillors have approved plans to develop 79 homes at the former Hoover factory in Cambuslang. A mix of private housing and affordable lets will be delivered on by Dawn Homes land south of Dale Avenue which forms part of the cleared site of the former factory.
Work is progressing well on a new council housing development in Larkhall. A total of 38 new homes are being built on Avon Road in the town, with a mixture of flats, bungalows, terraced and semi-detached homes.
A planning application to demolish a hotel in Bigger and convert it into homes has been submitted to South Lanarkshire Council. Plans include demolishing the Abington Hotel cottage to provide ten new homes with an access road and parking.