South Lanarkshire

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The Portakabin Group is marking the first decade in operation of the UK’s first school to be fully built off-site. Our Lady of Lourdes in East Kilbride, which opened its doors back in 2004, broke new ground in the education sector as it was constructed using a Yorkon off-site building solution, an

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The multi-million pound redevelopment of East Kilbride Ice Rink took a step forward this week with councillors approving a further £300,000 contribution to the funding package. A report went before South Lanarkshire Council’s executive committee outlining a new timescale for the project, which is

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Grace McFarlane (4 years) and Gregor Boyd (5 years) looking at the plans for the new school campus A £12 million project to bring three East Kilbride establishments together under one roof on a purpose-built campus began in earnest yesterday.

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Hub South West and Graham Construction hand over the new Hunter Health Centre to NHS Lanarkshire. From left: Adam Finch, independent tester, AA Projects; Darren Muir, funder, technical advisor, MMAG; Joe Dowds, capital services manager, NHS Lanarkshire; Gordon Richardson, contracts manager, Graham F

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Work is underway to create a new primary school in Biggar as part of South Lanarkshire Council’s £800 million primary school modernisation programme. The new Libberton Primary School will be built on the same site as the current school and will feature state of the art teaching facilities for the

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A Scottish Government Reporter has dismissed an appeal against the refusal of planning permission in principle for a £500 million 3200-home development in South Lanarkshire. The Reporter’s findings follow a two-day public hearing in January into the plans for the project which had been scheduled

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Glassford Primary School is to get a £2.8 million replacement after South Lanarkshire Council gave the plans the green light. The proposal, the latest under the council’s £800m Primary Schools Modernisation Programme, was rubber-stamped by councillors at this month’s Planning committee.

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Story Homes’ development of executive homes in Biggar, Lanarkshire, is predicted to bring £25m of economic benefits to the region through the use of local employers and sourcing of local materials.

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