Former steelworks site

Ravenscraig site drawing ‘significant’ interest

Des Murray, chief executive of North Lanarkshire Council with Kate Forbes, Finance and Economy Secretary, and Nick Davies, director of Ravenscraig

A £4.5 million development, SevenFourEight Ravenscraig, is attracting “significant commercial enquiries”, according to those behind Scotland’s largest regeneration project.

Wilson Bowden, Tata Steel and Scottish Enterprise are among those reshaping the site of the former steelworks at Motherwell, with additional support from the Scottish Government and North Lanarkshire Council.

VHE Construction is carrying out the civil engineering aspect of the project with GTC delivering utilities.

Visiting the site, Finance and Economy Secretary Kate Forbes said: ” The past two years have seen considerable challenges. 

“The Ravenscraig site is one of great importance and it is fantastic to see it being transformed from the derelict land that it had become following the closure of the steelworks to this thriving new community”.

One Comment to Ravenscraig site drawing ‘significant’ interest

  1. Great to hear it’s ok putting houses on the Craig site but what we need is full time jobs for the future

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