School sites turned into homes

Nine redundant school sites in South Lanarkshire are to be turned into around 1,400 homes in a £185 million project by Barratt. The developer, which is working with South Lanarkshire Council, will start work on the scheme next year and aims to complete it by 2011. As part of the plan, AMEC will also build replacement schools on or near the old sites. The disposal of the redundant school sites is part of the wider upgrading and funding of Scottish educational facilities.

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