scheme in the UK, reported Sunday Business (p7).
The project is expected to create more than 6,000 jobs by the time it is completed in 2014. British Steel has spent£25m cleaning up the site, which it still owns. Public money has been made
available through the Lanarkshire Development Agency, the government-funded local regeneration body. Crucially, private sector cash is about to be secured with housebuilder Wilson Bowden set to be appointed as the scheme's lead developer.
The LDA says another£500m of investment is required.