News Muse Developments Get Consent £55m Lanarkshire Scheme

Muse Developments have secured planning consent for the delivery of a £55m mixed-use development in the Larkhall town centre in Lanarkshire

More than 250 jobs could be created as Muse develops a 55-acre site which will incorporate an Asda supermarket and additional new facilities.

Alongside the 31,500 sq ft supermarket, it is envisaged that around 300 modern homes, a care home, children’s nursery, restaurant and medical centre will be delivered.

Bruce Lindsay, senior development surveyor at Muse Developments who is responsible for overseeing the delivery of the ‘Cherryhill’ project, said: “We are delighted that South Lanarkshire Council has recognised the real benefits that will be brought to Larkhall and its community through our scheme.

“Throughout the planning process, Muse and Asda worked hard to engage with residents, the community council, local businesses and South Lanarkshire Council and we are now looking forward to progressing to the next phase in the delivery of our programme to provide the new supermarket, houses and supporting facilities.”

It is thought that work will commence on site in autumn 2011.

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