South Lanarkshire

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The re-opening of one of two former Tata Steel plants in Lanarkshire that were mothballed last year has moved a step closer with the first delivery of steel slab to the site for nearly a year. Around 1,500 tonnes of slab from the British Steel plant at Scunthorpe arrived by train at the Dalzell plat

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Biscuit firm Tunnock’s has unveiled proposals for a multi-million pound extension to its Lanarkshire factory. The company plans to add a new wing to its landmark plant in Uddingston , adding a further 30 jobs to the current 532 strong payroll.

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South Lanarkshire Council has approved plans for a new campus for the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) on the edge of Hamilton. The development at Hamilton International Technology Park (HITP) includes plans for state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities for students and lecturers, sp

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Glasgow-based property development company London & Scottish Investments Ltd (LSIL) has submitted a detailed planning application to South Lanarkshire Council for a major new £40 million retail development at Peel Park, East Kilbride. The proposals will see the redevelopment of a long-term vaca

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Plans for a £6.7m office block at Shawfield Housing minister Margaret Burgess MSP has announced the award of an additional £3 million for Clyde Gateway to support further development of vacant and derelict sites in Dalmarnock, Rutherglen and Shawfield.

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South Lanarkshire Council has granted planning permission for a £15 million mixed used development in Rutherglen. To be located on land adjacent to Junction 2 of the M74 motorway, the Two74 development will comprise of an anchor retail store, a retail terrace, drive-thru restaurant and two family r

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Ground cutting on site are (left to right) David Bolton, associate director, public sector, Barclays; Clyde Valley Housing Association’s vice chairperson Allan Murray and finance director Shirley MacDonald and Alasdair Gardner, regional managing director, commercial banking, Bank of Scotland Clyde

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East Kilbride Community Trust (EKCT) has submitted a PAN (Proposal of Application Notice) to South Lanarkshire Council for a 4000-seater multi-purpose community stadium in East Kilbride. The Trust said the stadium, to be built on undeveloped land off Hurlawcrook Road, will result in significant econ

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A proposal from Clyde Gateway to build a new £6.7 million office block at Shawfield has been lodged with South Lanarkshire Council. If approved, the four-storey Red Tree Shawfield building will be set within the remediated area of land that sits between Shawfield Drive and the River Clyde.

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The next phase of South Lanarkshire Council’s £800 million-plus primary school modernisation programme is now underway with work starting on a second new primary school in the Biggar area. Glasgow construction and manufacturing company CCG will build the new 900 sq metre Abington Primary School t

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The construction of a new £21 million bypass in South Lanarkshire has been given the green light. South Lanarkshire Council planning committee yesterday approved the Cathkin Relief Road after it was recommended for approval.

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A centre dedicated to Scotland's most famous explorer is to be transformed into a leading heritage attraction thanks to lottery funding. The multi-million pound revamp of the David Livingstone Centre in Blantyre was awarded a £334,000 grant which will the trust which runs the centre to take forward

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