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Paisley News £4million programme launched to regenerate former Arnott’s site in Paisley A £4million programme is being launched to transform a derelict site in Paisley which was once occupied by the town’s famous department store. An innovative partnership has been signed between Renfrewshire Council and Park Lane Developments Ltd who now jointly own the site of the former Arnotts store on Gauze Street, Paisley . The council and its commercial partner aim to boost the potential for redevelopment by firstly cleaning up the site. Then the partnership will look to seek developers for different parts of the site with a mix of residential and commercial use along with car parking. The £4million programme for the Arnott’s site involves a £3m purchase price and a further £1m fund to help kick start development. The bulk of Renfrewshire and Ayrshire Council’s contribution comes from the £1.83m which the council secured for Paisley from the Scottish Government’s Town Centres Regen

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Designed to perform in harmony with local electric utility conditions around the world, modern internal power supply units (PSUs) are more robust than ever. They operate normally over a wide range of input voltages and frequencies, have internal energy storage to ride through brief power interruptions, feature input power factor correction circuitry, and operate at a power factor close to unity. But in spite of their robust design, PSUs require additional protection from a range of power quality problems that are generated by the electric utility or arise within the facility. For this reason, IT equipment needs a consistent source of conditioned power that meets industry specifications to operate properly. Responsible for providing that consistent, conditioned power is the uninterruptible power system (UPS). Data center personnel check racks for proper power protection before critical IT equipment is installed. With a vast array of UPS options in the market today, which design w

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Land Securities has awarded Balfour Beatty a £70 million contract for the Buchanan Street mixed use project in Glasgow , Construction News can reveal. The contractor will design and build the retail and residential project in the heart of the city centre. The 155,000 sq ft 185-221 Buchanan Street development is only the second major city centre retail development to go ahead since the financial downturn. It is estimated that, at peak, over 100 construction workers will be on site. The scheme is already over 68 per cent pre let by income and 75 per cent by space. The shops, caf├ęs and restaurants are due to open by March 2013, well ahead of the Commonwealth Games in 2014. The 49 apartments due to be built as part of the scheme will be completed by autumn 2012. Land Securities retail development director Nick Davis said: “We are pleased to appoint Balfour Beatty as the lead contractor , given their strong track record of delivering high quality, complex projects in busy city ce

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Goldshield Electronic Security acquired AIS Total Security, based in Southglade Business Park, Nottingham. The sale will see AIS become a key part of the Goldshield group as it aims to become the UK’S leading independent provider of fire and security systems . Mike Baines, managing director of AIS, said the new partnership will allow the business to grow quickly by giving access to new market sectors. He said: "Being part of the bigger Goldshield network will expand our service offering, strengthen our position in growing markets and enable us to further bolster our strong management team. “It means we will be better positioned to innovate at an accelerated rate and achieve a higher level of growth as we will now be exposed to other market sectors. “We want to thank all the team at Cooper Parry Corporate Finance for their help, they certainly made the transaction as smooth as possible.” AIS was founded by Paul Douglas and Mike Baines in 1989 and provides integrated electron

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Nexans has successfully commissioned the world’s first resistive superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) based on second-generation superconductor tapes. The SFCL, equipped with superconducting elements developed in cooperation with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, has been installed on behalf of Vattenfall Europe Generation AG to provide short-circuit protection for the internal medium voltage power supply that feeds electrical coal mills and crushers in the Boxberg lignite power plant in Saxony, Germany. A first generation SCFL, based on solid superconducting materials, was installed by Nexans at Boxberg in 2009 as part of a long-term test programme. Following the successful completion of this project, Nexans has returned to the plant for live testing of a new SCFL device featuring superconducting tapes. These tapes reduce the already low losses in the conductor material by around 90%, thereby lowering operating costs. They also provide an even faster response to a s

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electricians in glasgow and paisley been a weekend for free quotations in greenock hopfully monday is a better day money wise. il be taking a out the usual adverts this week aslo aided by jumping up a place from all my seo efforts on google. just going for some food then off to beds..... Since we have recently moved our office from paisley to the westend Glasgow , we still take on a huge amount of work in Paisley but more of our focus is on rewires in the westend of glasgow

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insurance electrical contracting glasgow electrical contracting in glasgow has taking on a whole new era in the past coupld of years as the commonwealth games are coming up we have seen loads of work coming into the glasgow area. feel free to check out our websites electricans westend glasgow - electricians glasgow