More than £3.2 million of funding has been made available to help support people in Dundee struggling with housing costs.
Dundee City Council
Chesterfield-based Forester Hall Developments Ltd has submitted plans to convert a former Dundee post office into 90 flats.
Dundee City Council has made £18 million in savings in order to set a revenue budget for the 2023/24 financial year.
A total of 157 homes in Dundee could benefit from window replacements if councillors approve tenders next week.
Councillors in Dundee will be asked to approve a revised Housing Allocations Policy to bring the document fully up to date with national best practice standards, following a recent consultation process.
A public/ private consortium made up of Advanced Infrastructure, Oxfordshire County Council, Dundee City Council, Perth & Kinross Council as well as Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) have announced their successful bid in the Innovate UK Net Zero Living programme.
A scheme which has helped over 10,000 Dundee households facing fuel poverty with their energy costs has reopened to new applications.
A six-figure investment in providing additional support for people struggling due to the cost of living crisis is making a real difference this winter, according to the chair of the Dundee Partnership. A total of £250,000 has been made directly available for key projects and services, through
Council tenants in Dundee who took part in the annual rent consultation this year have backed the lowest increase of the three options presented to them.
The Dundee Partnership has launched its vision for Dundee’s future as set out in the City Plan 2022-2032.
Construction work has started at a major housing project in Dundee which is set to bring 66 specialist homes to the area. Senior figures from Blackwood including Julie McDowell, Blackwood chair, were today joined by John Alexander, SNP leader of Dundee City Council, Dougie Herd, joint managing direc
The fast-moving financial environment, driven by national and international events, has forced a re-think of Dundee City Council’s capital investment plans. Councillors will be asked to revise the £382 million of investment in the five-year Capital Plan for 2023-2028 agreed at the start
Up to 11,000 Dundee households facing fuel poverty either have or are set to receive a payment to help with their energy costs. Fuel Well Dundee has funding totalling over £1 million available to support people on a low income or who are already experiencing fuel poverty, with energy costs as
Tenants renting a council house in Dundee could see an increase of around £2.41 a week if councillors back a consultation on the options. Members of the neighbourhood services committee have opened discussions with tenants on annual increases ranging from 3% to 3.5% or between an average
Cyclists in Dundee could soon have secure on-street storage for their bikes if a £225,000 scheme gets the green light. Councillors will be asked to approve a tender from Cyclehoop Ltd for the supply and installation of 40 storage units, including in some of the city’s most deprived areas