South Lanarkshire

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A renewables firm has successfully erected the first of 15 wind turbines at a major new wind farm that will bolster Scotland’s drive towards net zero. The structure, totalling 156m in height, has now been installed, kicking off the next stage of development of the Kype Muir Extension – a

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hub South West Scotland and Cruden Building have started work on a third affordable housing development in Avon Road in Larkhall on behalf of South Lanarkshire Council. The homes form part of a series of new developments that Cruden, as hub South West Scotland's construction partner, is building in

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National rail contractor QTS Group has completed the construction of a new rope access training centre at its Scottish headquarters in Drumclog, South Lanarkshire. Work on the bespoke, state-of-the-art facility was completed in February 2022 and has been audited and approved by the Industrial Rope A

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A planning application has been submitted to South Lanarkshire Council seeking to change the use of office space to assisted accommodation at Hamilton's New Douglas Park. The application for the Fountain of Youth Stadium intends to develop residential living on the ground and first floor of the Nort

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A planning application has been submitted to South Lanarkshire Council to convert a church hall into residential flats. The application hopes to convert the St Andrew’s Parish Church hall located on Avon Street in Hamilton into a residential facility and has been received by South Lanarkshire

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Following an Approval of Matters specified in Conditions (AMSC) planning consent in February of this year from South Lanarkshire Council for the provision of 203 private new homes, Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has confirmed that it has acquired the land required for this development off Meikle Earno

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The developers behind consented plans to transform the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) site in Hamilton into an ‘urban village’ have lodged new plans to increase the number of affordable homes in the development.

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