Dundee City Council

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More people with disabilities have been able to get dedicated parking spaces near their homes thanks to a scheme run by Dundee City Council. Almost 100 new spaces were created last year as part of the initiative brought in after new legislation, passed by the Scottish Parliament, was enacted in 2009

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A near £4 million programme of external wall insulation is to be installed into Dundee City Council homes thanks to the Home Energy Efficiency Programme for Scotland, councillors will be told next week. Members of the neighbourhood services committee will hear that properties in Tullideph, Marshall

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The creation of 28 new affordable homes in Dundee took a step closer last week when Dundee City Council granted planning permission for Caledonia Housing Association’s £3.5 million development at the former Taybank Works site on Morgan Street. The approved plans for the redevelopment of the derel

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Christine Macleod A national inquiry report into how social landlords handle complaints has found that while most landlords have accessible complaints policies and handle complaints well, some could do more to promote their complaints policy, and make better use of feedback.

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Eleven more local authorities in Scotland have set their respective budgets for the upcoming year, four of which have opted for a voluntary freeze in Council Tax. Aberdeen City Council set its 2017/18 budget and outlined plans for the next phase of its transformation programme.

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Dundee councillors are set to approve plans on Monday to install external wall insulation on 92 properties at a cost of over £642,000. If approved, the insulation will be installed in both council and private properties in the Lawton Road tenements by May.

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The UK government’s welfare reform measures are set to cost Dundee’s economy almost £100 million every year by 2021, according to new research. A Scottish Government report, conducted by Sheffield Hallam University in 2013, estimated the impact of welfare reform on the city’s economy annually

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Dundee City Council has approved plans to build 163 homes on the site of two former multis in the city’s Hilltown area. The development by Robertson Partnership Homes, on behalf of the council and Hillcrest Housing Association, will see 123 flats and 40 houses built on land where the Bucklemaker a

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People living near Dundee landmark Maryfield House could be consulted on the future use of the site. The former nurses’ residence has been declared surplus to requirements by NHS Tayside and now city planners are asking councillors to back a consultation on a blueprint for the location that will e

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Dundee City Council is to increase its rents for council homes by 1.25 per cent after tenants backed the plans following an eight week consultation. A report to the city council's neighbourhood services committee on January 23 will recommend the increase, the second lowest rent increase in the histo

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