Scottish businesswoman, Marie Macklin CBE, has today (Wed 18th March) offered a package of support to the communities of Kilmarnock which will help tackle the local impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the places closest to her heart. Having seen first-hand how the pandemic is directly affecting the community of her home town, Kilmarnock, Marie is promoting a ‘Lift Up …
The HALO Urban Regeneration Company today (Fri 13th March) announces it is sponsoring Scotland’s CyberFirst Girls from Greenwood Academy in Irvine. The cyber savvy Greenwood girls won the Scotland regional section of the National Cyber Security Centre’s annual competition to qualify for the Grand Final which takes place in Cardiff next week. And the HALO, whose Enterprise and Innovation Hub in …
The HALO Urban Regeneration Company today announces a major appointment to its Board.
CGI, a leading global IT services provider, and the HALO Scotland today (Tuesday 14 August, 2018) announces an innovative partnership that will create further employment opportunities at the Kilmarnock urban regeneration initiative.
The HALO, Kilmarnock’s £65 million urban regeneration, reached a significant milestone on when it received the green light from East Ayrshire Council
Lord Duncan, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Scotland Office, visited the site of The HALO Kilmarnock today…
Ross Developments & Renewables Ltd announces that Scottish Government allocated £1.8m of grant funding for Scotland’s first geothermal heating network
Scottish Government to invest £5.3 million to turn a former Kilmarnock bottling plant into a low carbon development, including hundreds of affordable homes.
The HALO, Kilmarnock, is to take an ambitious front line role in creating a future workforce of digitally skilled young people ready to support the impressive regeneration of the town.
The HALO Kilmarnock Limited (The HALO), and The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at creating a ground breaking Enterprise and Innovation Hub as part of the regeneration of the former Diageo bottling plant site in Kilmarnock.
A landmark regeneration plan that could create around 1,000 permanent new jobs on the site of the former Diageo bottling plant in Kilmarnock was today (28th Sept) given the backing of East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet.