The HALO, Kilmarnock’s £65 million urban regeneration on the site of the former Johnnie Walker bottling plant, reached a significant milestone today (26th January, 2018) when it received the green light from East Ayrshire Council.
Marie Macklin winner of GCUs Alumni Lifetime Achievement Award
Lord Duncan, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Scotland Office, visited the site of The HALO Kilmarnock today (Monday, 4th December) to witness work getting under way on the £65 million urban regeneration project.
The HALO, Kilmarnock, and its neighbour, Ayrshire College, are partnering to encourage leading-edge, practical learning in enterprise and innovation, cyber resilience and digital security to support the creation of a future workforce of digitally skilled young people from Ayrshire.
Marie Macklin C.B.E., owner and Executive Chair of Macklin Enterprise Partnerships, has been announced as the Business Women Scotland (BWS) and Women’s Enterprise Scotland’s (WES) Business Woman of the Year.
After a successful visit last month, Marie Macklin CBE was excited to return to Belfast for an extended stay to progress discussions with education , community leaders, politicians, business people and investors about bringing the HALO urban regeneration concept to Belfast city.
Ross Developments & Renewables Ltd (RDRL) announces that the Scottish Government has allocated £1.8m of grant funding to support the creation of Scotland’s first low carbon, renewable deep geothermal district heating network at The HALO Kilmarnock development in the West of Scotland.