£32m EU funding
“It is too early to know exactly what the impact of the UK’s departure from the EU will be for South Lanarkshire. We do not yet know the timetable for departure, never mind what arrangements might be put in place within the UK to replace previous sources of EU funding.
“It is likely to be some time before we have clarity on a way forward. In the meantime the council will continue to work within the current arrangements in the best interests of South Lanarkshire, while developing plans for any changes in the future.”
Clyde Gateway also said it was too early to see if Brexit would discourage new businesses from moving into Rutherglen.
Rutherglen business owner Kenneth Thom, d i rector of Creat e Bathroom and Kitchen Studios, was disappointed with the result but called on the country to accept the result.