South Lanarkshire

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David Livingstone Birthplace reopens its doors after four years today following a £9.1 million transformation project. Home to the UK’s most famous Victorian explorer, missionary and abolitionist of the 19th century, the Birthplace Museum has been redesigned to follow Livingstone’s

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Plans to relocate Hairmyres station have moved closer as Scotland’s Railway, South Lanarkshire Council and Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) have agreed to fund and develop an expanded transport interchange. As part of the East Kilbride Enhancements Project, Hairmyres station is movi

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has secured detailed planning permission (an Approval of Matters Specified in Conditions) from South Lanarkshire Council for the provision of 227 private new homes through the development of land off Jackton Road, on the western edge of East Kilbride, which forms part of

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Build Lanarkshire, the online instructional programme which guides local construction businesses on how to win new work from both the public sector and Scotland’s Tier One building contractors, is under way again until June 24. Run in partnership with North and South Lanarkshire councils, the

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A total of £9 million has been earmarked by South Lanarkshire Council to improve sport and leisure facilities in Larkhall. The council had already identified £3m from Glasgow City Region City Deal funding which could be targeted towards improving or replacing Larkhall Leisure Centre, whi

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Work to improve transport in Clydesdale is pressing ahead, bringing the reopening of three important bridges ever closer. Ponfeigh, Clyde and Cleghorn Bridges had been forced to be closed after becoming dangerous for users.

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Clyde Valley Housing Association is to acquire a derelict bingo hall to deliver 23 new social homes in Hamilton. The move was agreed by South Lanarkshire Council’s executive committee after it heard that the poor condition of the building would add £300,000 to the development costs &ndas

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