Backers of a proposed £100 million housing-led regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock are considering an appeal to Scottish ministers following a dispute with a council over their planning application for the project.
The developers behind a proposed £100 million regeneration of the former IBM site in Greenock have warned that the project “will no longer be economically viable” after councillors approved only 60% of the desired number of homes on the land. Local businessmen Sandy
Glenrothes MP Peter Grant has visited the former Tullis Russell paper mill site in Glenrothes where Kingdom Housing Association is developing 85 affordable new homes for social rent. The new homes will form part of a larger residential-led mixed-use development being overseen by Advance Construction
Merchant Homes Ltd and Advance Construction (Scotland) Ltd have launched a pre-application consultation over the development of over 80 flats at the site of the former Petershill Juniors FC’s stadium. Eighty-four flats of various sizes are proposed for the site located on the west side of Sout
Groundwork to prepare the historic IBM Greenock site for a potential £100 million residential and commercial transformation has begun in earnest. The site at Spango Valley, which is owned by Sandy & James Easdale and Advance Construction, is currently subject to a planning application for
Plans to build a major new housing development that will transform the old Tullis Russell Paper Mill site between Glenrothes and Markinch have been submitted to Fife Council. Town planners and designers Barton Willmore have submitted a Planning Permission in Principle (PPP) application on behalf of
Work will soon begin on a new development that will completely transform Shotts, following planning approval from North Lanarkshire Council. Advance Construction Scotland, a Bellshill-based company that specialises in large-scale groundworks and civil engineering, submitted plans for up to 350 much-
Aerial site of former Tullis Russell Paper Mill site in Glenrothes Advance Construction has submitted plans for a major regeneration project which will transform the historic Tullis Russell Paper Mill site in Fife.