Dundee City Council

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Dundee City Council has warned that it could be faced with having to make nearly £70 million of savings over the next three years. A Financial Outlook 2018-21 report, set to be discussed by councillors next week, outlines projections that may be required to achieve a balanced budget, based on possi

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(from left) Gerry Watson, investigation officer, Dundee City Council Anti-Social Behaviour Team, Jill Richmond, Dundee LPA Community Safety Unit D Division, Police Scotland, Louise Butchart, assistant housing manager, Hillcrest Housing Association and Neil Sneddon, team manager, Integrated Substance

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A street name that disappeared when two Dundee multi storey blocks were built could be resurrected if councillors back the move next week. Russell Street was wiped from the map in the late 1960s to make way for Bucklemaker and Butterburn courts at the top of the Hilltown.

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A joint Dundee City Council and Angus Council project to bring long-term privately-owned empty homes back into use has been nominated for a national award. The councils' shared services empty homes project is shortlisted in the Outstanding Service category at the Howdens Scottish Empty Homes Champio

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Dundee City Council has allocated land belonging to 19 former schools for housing, the Dundee Evening Telegraph reports. Of the 24 schools lying vacant in the city, 19 of the sites are listed for housing, mostly in the North East, Strathmartine and Lochee council wards.

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Blocks of flats in Dundee's Murrayfield Drive and Whitfield Avenue are set to be demolished next month after being vacated last year, the Dundee Evening Telegraph reports. Residents in the area have already been advised that the demolition will take place in November.

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A near £350 million construction programme for the next five years is set to be outlined by Dundee City Council. The local authority’s capital plan takes in projects including the Waterfront and V&A Dundee, schools, an additional young persons’ house, affordable housing and the Regional Per

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Plans for new homes set to be delivered at Dundee's Derby Street Dundee City Council has increased its new build social housing target to 1,000 properties by 2020/21 and has pledged to review the use of section 75 agreements to help deliver the new homes.

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Almost 100 homes in Dundee could be in line for major upgrades if councillors approve a pair of tenders next week. Dundee City Council’s neighbourhood services committee will be asked to agree to £750,000 of work to kitchens, bathrooms, central heating and window replacement by the council’s co

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A new report by Dundee City Council planners has identified a series of sites across the city to accommodate more than 5,200 new homes. Forming part of a major long-term planning strategy for the city, the report includes larger housing sites such as 400 properties at Dykes of Gray as part of the We

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A plan designed to help people in Dundee who are homeless and to prevent it happening in the first place is set to be discussed by councillors. ‘Not Just A Roof’ sets out the strategic direction for the Dundee Homeless and House Options Strategic Planning Partnership for the next five years.

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Almost £1.5 million of improvements to council houses across Dundee could be on the cards if councillors approve a series of tenders next week. Work includes roof replacement in Camperdown and Cragiebank, off street parking in Fintry Crescent and window replacement in Happyhillock, Douglas, Linlath

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