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450 million Borderlands Growth Deal now underway12th July 2021
450 million Borderlands Growth Deal now underway
Dr Martin Valenti appointed as Energy Transition and Green Enterprise Director
New framework will help to make 'net zero' a reality12th July 2021
A new framework developed by the University of Stirling will enable policymakers and businesses to meet ambitious targets for a low-carbon future by helping to balance the demands of economic growth, environmental sustainability, and social inclusion.
UK City of Culture 2025: South of Scotland prepares bid12th July 2021
UK City of Culture 2025
South of Scotland bid for UK City of Culture title12th July 2021
South of Scotland Enterprise, Borderlands, Scottish Borders Council and local politicians are working together on the proposal which would celebrate the area’s heritage, culture and creativity.
Dumfries and Galloway public set to have their say on ambitious plans to boost the economy
The south of Scotland will take a key step towards having its first ever Regional Economic Strategy (RES) with a summer consultation planned.
Four conservation and community development organisations in the South of Scotland have launched a challenge to companies to find an innovative technological solution to tackling climate change through land use.
Border Telegraph South of Scotland Enterprise announces new chief executive Jane Morrison-Ross, who is currently CEO of Scotland IS, will take on the role in February 2021 to “drive forward SOSE's vision to be bold"
Chapelcross nuclear site could become 'economic magnet'19th September 2019
A former nuclear site in southern Scotland could become an "economic magnet", according to a council report. The local authority in Dumfries and Galloway is being asked to approve the latest phase in the redevelopment of the Chapelcross site near ...
Plans to create 2,000 jobs30th July 2019
A new milestone is expected in the coming months for plans to breathe new life into the Chapelcross site and create up to 2,000 "high-quality" jobs.
Multi-million pound Borderlands goals agreed1st July 2019
A major landmark has been reached in the progress of a multi-million pound investment scheme for southern Scotland and northern England.
What next for the Borderlands' £345m?20th March 2019
The first projects backed by a recently announced £345m funding package for southern Scotland and northern England could begin before the end of the year.
Scotland is set to benefit from new funding14th March 2019
Scotland is set to benefit from new funding for a Borderlands growth deal the Chancellor announced in the Spring Statement.
Borderlands secure £345m in support13th March 2019
Funding commitments of more than £300m have been announced for the Borderlands Growth Deal.
Borderlands deal still on the cards despite Budget snub9th November 2018
An alliance pursuing a game-changing deal for the Borderlands say talks are progressing well
Chapelcross Progress Highlighted at two Parliaments17th May 2018
Shaping a future for the former nuclear power station at Chapelcross has been in the spotlight at both the Scottish and UK Parliaments recently.
Chapelcross nuclear site could 'relaunch economy'8th March 2017
The partners in a plan to develop a future vision for a former nuclear site have said it could "relaunch the economy" of Dumfries and Galloway.
A £1.2m project has been launched to help offset the economic impact of the closure of the Chapelcross nuclear plant in Dumfries and Galloway.
Nuclear plant towers blown up21st May 2007
The 300ft stacks near Annan in south-west Scotland, which can be seen from the Cumbrian coast, were blown up at 9am as part of a decommissioning process at the plant.