CL Interiors, a leading construction company have landed in Bishopbriggs with ambitious plans to revitalise the local economy. The Belfast based company, who operate across the UK and Northern Ireland, met with local MSP Rona Mackay at the former Travis Perkins site at Hillcroft Terrace Bishopbriggs, informing the SNP MSP of their exciting plans for further growth along with a proposed new training academy as part of a wider package of investment into the local community.
Despite the pandemic, CCL Interiors have experienced increased demand for their services, seeking to expand their work across the region and make local connections with East Dunbartonshire businesses to improve partnership working. Commenting on the visit, Ms Mackay said the project was a “shot in the arm” for Strathkelvin and Bearden’s recovery from COVID-19.
“I’m delighted to see such exciting development plans from CCL Interiors in Strathkelvin and Bearsden and I warmly welcome them to the area.. “Hearing their plans for growth, a specialised training academy and reinvestment into our local economy is a huge shot in the arm for East Dunbartonshire as we emerge stronger from the COVID-19 pandemic. “This is undoubtedly great news both for the sector but also my constituents as CCL interiors looks to establish themselves as an ethical, reliable and skilled employer, offering training and career development for those seeking a future in the building trade. “I look forward to working with them to achieve their ambitious plans for growth. Commenting, Scotland Director of CCL Interiors Ross McGonigle said:
“It was great to have Rona along to our new site in Bishopbriggs to give her an update on our plans for development and how we are excited to contribute to the business infrastructure of East Dunbartonshire.
“We look forward to putting those plans into motion and having Rona’s support is a key part in accelerating our growth, building towards our specialised training academy and developing deeper contacts within the Scottish sector.