£3.2m funding boost creates 100 new jobs

A £3.2MILLION funding package will create 100 jobs and transform a derelict industrial site into a modern business centre.

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Nicola Sturgeon's announcement means 100 new jobs
Nicola Sturgeon's announcement means 100 new jobs

Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon today announced the package for the Dundyvan project in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire.

In total, the project will support about 100 jobs and an additional 12 full-time construction jobs, with building work due to start later this year.

Ms Sturgeon said: "Significant investments like today's boost for Coatbridge are central to stimulating economic growth. Not only do they

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