April news

With the continuation of lockdown, work on the park has stopped at present, however we are still busy behind the scenes! The team have been developing the plans to showcase the facilities available to buy and rent in each of our 4 exciting phases – news of which will come soon.

We have also been reaching out to the local community, with a view to collect, document and share stories of the site. As a well-known target in World War II, we have been delighted to hear stories about friends and family members who have worked on the site, or recall seeing their first vessel there. If you have any memories, you can share them here:

It has also been great to feature in an interesting piece in the Business Insider, looking at the future development in West Dubartonshire, .

Lastly, the site has also been shortlisted for the Award for Best Use of Brownfield Land at Placemaking at the Planning Awards 2020. Our partners Stantec have provided planning, EIA and remediation services to assist us in this project – and we are delighted that this work has been recognised – wishing Stantec best of luck!

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