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It's official - Bo'ness Harbour to re-open

Now that the wrecks that were littering the harbour and causing an obstruction for visiting boats have been removed there is to be an Official Opening.

It has just been confirmed that there is to be an Official Opening on the 17 September 2005 to commemorate the official opening of Bo'ness Harbour.

Off- & On-shore Entertainment
Local boats in regatta

Recent Upper Forth Boat Club Race Night

Beating up the ForthBoat chasing the leaderSpecific times for the formalities are still to be confirmed but it is intended to make the occasion a celebration and a fun day with both off- and on-shore entertainment and attractions.

Foreshore Entertainment & Attractions
Although there is no published information regarding what form the entertainment and attractions will take,you will soon see full details advertised in the lead up to the event.
Watch local Press for details!
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Corbiehall Regeneration

Local councillor John Constable, convener of planning committee at Falkirk Council, at the August meeting of the Community Council, announced that the proposed regeneration and upgrading of the western approach to the town at Corbiehall had taken a major step forward.

Queen Mary Buildings, Corbiehall
Queen Mary Flats

34 New Flats

What had been envisaged as a starting date within the next 2 years had been dramatically reduced with the successful application for 34 new flats adjacent and just west of the Queen Mary building.

Work has already begun with the site partly cleared and further work expected sooner than later.

New Buildings

In addition the 2 new 3-story houses at Avon Place is well under way and will further enhance the area.

Attractive western approach

These new developments support the proposed upgrading of the 'Coffin' block and Queen Mary building both of which, now with the necessary funding in place, will see Corbiehall transformed into an attractive and enhanced western approach to the town.

 

 

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