Work has commenced on a £4.5 million development that aims to attract high-profile businesses to the Ravenscraig regeneration site. A ceremony to mark the continuation of construction works was attended by Kate Forbes MSP, the cabinet secretary for finance and the economy; Cllr
An original artist's impression of the development on the former Ravenscraig site Revised plans to regenerate the former Ravenscraig steelworks site in North Lanarkshire have been revealed with fewer homes and retail space now included in the proposals.
Tata Steel and German steel manufacturer thyssenkrupp have taken the first step towards a merger deal by signing a memorandum of understanding to combine their European steel operations. The proposed 50:50 joint venture – thyssenkrupp Tata Steel – will lead to loss of around 4,000 jobs, but a un
Liberty House has completed its acquisition of the former Tata Steel plate making facilities at Dalzell and Clydebridge in Lanarkshire. The deal involved a back-to-back transaction in which the Scottish Government acquired the two plants from Tata Steel and immediately sold them to Liberty House.
Anne Clyde from UKSE (left) with June and Stephen Prater Insurance reinstatement contractor Prater Contracts Ltd has moved into a larger, purpose built office and employed more staff thanks to a six-figure funding package from UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE).
A potential buyer has emerged for the two Scottish plants of beleaguered metal company Tata Steel. According to reports, international firm Liberty House has declared an interest in buying the sites in Dalzell and Clydebridge after Tata announced its decision to shed 270 jobs the factories last year
The Scottish Steel Task Force met for the first time in Hamilton yesterday and agreed to work urgently to find an alternative operator for Tata Steel's plants at Dalzell and Clydebridge. The Task Force brings together key partners to co-ordinate the development of a joint, multi-agency Economic Reco
Tata Steel's Clydebridge plant is set to close Communities and employees affected by the closure of Tata Steel plants in Scotland have been promised £1.5 million to help support the creation of new jobs.
Tata Steel's Clydebridge plant is set to close Steel firm Tata has announced the closure of its two Scottish plants with the loss of 270 jobs as the firm plans to stop production of steel plate across its European business.