Jimmy Black The reality of not knowing where your next meal is coming from and the stark choice between eating and heating will be put under the spotlight by the Dundee Fairness Commission next week.
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Plans for the second phase of Dundee’s Western Gateway housing development have been recommended for approval. Dundee City Council will discuss the application for 100 further houses at Dykes of Gray Road next week. The proposal includes plans for a village green, landscaping and infrastructure wo
John Alexander Dundee City Council has announced plans to invest almost £4 million into improvements to multi-storey properties across the city.
John Alexander The number of homeless people in Dundee has fallen by almost half in the past six years, thanks to a massive drive to keep people in their own homes.
Dundee City Council has revealed it will have to find £28 million of savings over the next two years as a result of the UK government’s spending review. The updated figure is revealed in a new report to go before councillors at the end of the month.
John Alexander Dundee City Council has unveiled plans to invest £64 million in a housebuilding programme which will see over 600 new homes built over the next five years.
A consultation regarding the priorities of Dundee’s new health and social care partnership was launched yesterday. The views of people who take part in the month-long consultation will be used to help plan and deliver services for the next five years.
Scottish Government ministers have provisionally upheld plans to develop a former psychiatric hospital in Dundee into hundreds of new homes. Plans for Strathmartine Hospital in Baldovan, to the north of Dundee, had originally been approved by Angus Council despite strong opposition from neighbouring
Plans to build 81 affordable homes on the site of the former multis in Dundee have been approved by city planners. Dundee City Council and Hillcrest Housing Association have formed a partnership to build social rented houses on land south/east of Alexander Street in the Hilltown area where four hous
Dundee City Council is set to become the first local authority in Scotland to sign up to a campaign which aims to tackle the stigma encountered by many people living on low incomes. The council is being recommended to sign up to the Poverty Alliance’s Stick Your Labels Campaign, the details of whi
Nearly £900,000 could be invested in the renewal of roofs on council houses in Dundee. The local authority’s housing committee will be asked to approve the tenders at its meeting on September 14.
John Alexander Dundee City Council has improved satisfaction among council house tenants, according to the results of a recent survey.
John Alexander More Dundee residents look set to join the thousands who have already benefitted from energy efficiency measures to their homes if a bid for additional cash is successful.
Cllr Ken Lynn Dundee care homes provided a high standard of care over the past year, according to a new report set to go before councillors today.
(from left) Councillor Willie Sawers, Shona Robison MSP and Bruce Forbes Dundee East MSP Shona Robison and local councillor Willie Sawers visited a new £4 million housing development being built in the Whitfield area of Dundee which forms part of both their constituencies.