Winner for Scottish hub

8 August 2012 A preferred bidder has been appointed for South West Scotland’s £500m hub scheme.

Alliance Community Partnerships, comprising of Equitix, Kier Project Investments, Galliford Try and John Graham Holdings will construct buildings for joint occupation by public bodies including, health, social work and local authorities over the next 10 years.

The South West hub covers all areas throughout Ayrshire, Dumfries & Galloway and Lanarkshire and the projects across this territory will be delivered through a joint venture company (hubCo), to be formed between 18 public sector bodies and Alliance Community Partnerships.

Craig Marriott who chairs the South West hub Territory Programme Board said: "The South West hub provides an opportunity for integrated service delivery, asset management and regeneration as well as the delivery of community benefits. In such times like these, there has never been a better time for collaborative working across public sector agencies, with hub acting as the catalyst."

The 18 public bodies include local authorities, health boards, police and court services and fire and rescue.

This page was last updated on:
28 November 2015.


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