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    ENGIE Celebrates Hamilton Road Project with Groundbreaking Ceremony

    Energy, services and
    regeneration specialist, ENGIE held a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday,
    November 29, to mark the commencement of a £2.5 million construction project in
    Bellshill.

    The development, in
    partnership with the Clyde Valley Housing Association, will see derelict land
    on Hamilton Road transformed into 24 brand new, energy efficient affordable
    homes; eight one-bedroom cottages and 16 two-bedroom cottage flats across six
    blocks.

    The aim of the project is
    to help regenerate the area, enhancing its visual appeal, in addition to
    bringing life to brownfield land. The infrastructure works will ensure the new
    homes will be energy efficient and affordable – placing local residents and
    businesses at the heart of the project.

    Regional Managing Director
    of ENGIE’s Places & Communities division, Brian Pettigrew, commented, “This
    is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the new project in Bellshill, we’re
    excited to kick-start the scheme, especially as the town plays host to ENGIE’s
    regional offices.

    “We strongly believe that
    by using a local workforce, we can engage the local community and offer
    employment and training opportunities, in addition to working with our local
    partners to identify groups that would benefit from ENGIE’s support.

    “We’re keen to be working
    in partnership with Clyde Valley Housing Association, and to have the
    opportunity to transform the disused space into energy-efficient homes which
    will benefit the local community.”

    Allan Murray, chairperson
    of CVHA said, “We are pleased to be delivering these 24 properties in
    partnership with ENGIE. There is strong demand for properties across North
    Lanarkshire and in particular within Bellshill and this development will go
    some way in meeting local need.”

    Work on the 24 new homes on
    Hamilton Road is expected to be completed in April 2020.  

    For further information on
    ENGIE, visit www.engie.co.uk/places