Dundee City Council

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Tenants renting a council house in Dundee could see an increase of around £1.19 a week if councillors back a consultation on the options. Members of Dundee City Council's neighbourhood services committee will be asked to approve discussions with tenants on annual increases ranging from 1.

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Dundee City Council is to consider an investment proposal to make new homes in the city more accessible. The policy & resources committee will be told that as part of the council’s Strategic Housing Investment Programme (SHIP), a number of developments have been identified to provide appro

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More Scottish local authorities are to assist Afghan families moving to the UK under a government relocation scheme.   Aberdeen City Council is among a number of local authorities that will support families across the UK during their temporary resettlement. 

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Dundee City Council has unveiled its plans for 24 new flats to replace historic flats on Blackness Road. The local authority demolished the 26 properties which made up 219-245 Blackness Road earlier this year after a compulsory purchase order (CPO) was granted in 2019.

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A total of 103 homes across Dundee could benefit from window replacements if councillors approve tenders next week. Over £790,000 worth of the window renewals could be carried out to properties in Linlathen, part of Polepark Road and Whitfield.

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Fears have been voiced for the future of Housing First's project seeking to tackle homelessness and addiction in Dundee after most of the staff were handed redundancy notices. The project, which has been run for three years as a "pathfinder" pilot, has been run by a group of third-sector firms and i

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Dundee City Council has approved plans for a new 25-bed residential care home located on the land on the corner of Camperdown Road and Garry Terrace. Developers said the care home had purposefully been proposed in a residential area in Dundee “as an integral part of its design”.

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Plans to demolish a former care home in Dundee to make way for housing have been submitted to Dundee City Council. The plans for Wellburn House on Liff Road arrive after the property was sold to Barratt Homes by previous owners the Diocese of Dunkeld, which ran the care home until its closure in 201

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A new report detailing the scale of the task faced by Dundee agencies tackling local child poverty is to be considered by councillors. The city is setting itself the ambitious goal of matching the Scottish Government’s overall national target of reducing child poverty to less than 10% of

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The scale of support given to Dundee’s most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic, and Dundee City Council plans to maintain that effort while boosting recovery, has been laid out for councillors. Help with housing costs, food period products and cash payments direct to families are among

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Dundee City Council has approved proposals to name a road in a new housing development after music icon Billy Mackenzie. The new development at the former Taybank Works in Morgan Street, just metres from the home of the former resident, is set to be named Billy Mackenzie Street.

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