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Infrastructure Investment Plan 2021-22 to 2025-26: major capital projects progress update - September 2021

The following information relates to projects with a capital value of £5 million or more which are at the outline business case (or equivalent) approved stage or beyond.

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Summary of Changes Note

This note summarises key points and changes within the report since the previous Scottish Government progress update published on 23 June 2021.

Projects no longer included within the report

The following projects were reported as being completed or operational within the last progress update and are therefore now no longer included:

  • NHS Lothian - Royal Hospital for Sick Children / Department of Clinical Neurosciences.
  • NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde - Greenock Health & Care Centre.
  • Barony Campus (East Ayrshire Council).
  • Inverurie Community Campus (Aberdeenshire Council).
  • Alness (Highland Council).
  • Lossiemouth High School (Moray Council).

Notable events relating to major projects within the report since last update

A9 Dualling: Luncarty to Pass of Birnam

Project opened to traffic in August when all traffic management including lane and speed restrictions were removed allowing road users access to the 9.5 km of new dual carriageway. The opening of this section now provides 15 km of continuous dual carriageway from Inveralmond Roundabout to Birnam for the first time. Over next few months, work will continue to undertake finishing and landscaping works and project is expected to be fully completed winter 2021.

A9 Dualling: Tomatin to Moy

The publication of the Contract Notice for the project took place in August and this marks a significant step to drive forward the economic recovery of the north of Scotland. Project will result in nearly 20 miles of continuous dual carriageway south of Inverness once complete and will also improve greater connectivity for public transport, with upgrades to approximately 10 km of non-motorised user routes to encourage active travel such as walking and cycling.

Contact

Email: Stuart.Mckeown@gov.scot

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