Dundee City Council

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A new housing development just metres from the former home of music icon Billy Mackenzie could feature a street named after him. Councillors will consider whether to christen one of the roads in the development at the former Taybank Works in Morgan Street, Billy Mackenzie Street.

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Multi-storey dwellings across Dundee could be set for £4.2 million of fire safety improvements designed to further enhance safety standards in the blocks. Councillors will be asked to approve the works which include the installation of new fire doors in communal areas and new door sets for ind

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Communities across Dundee are set to benefit from a near £1 million boost over the next year. Proposed allocations from the Dundee Partnership Community Regeneration Fund for the financial year 2021/22 were approved by Dundee City Council's policy and resources committee last night.

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Council tax in Dundee has been frozen for the 2021/22 financial year, fixing the band D rate for the second year at £1,379. Dundee City Council announced that savings of £1.3 million were made in order to set a revenue budget of £372.9m, the largest proportion of which (45%) is spe

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Over 1,000 of the lowest-paid workers in Dundee City Council’s workforce could be in line for a boost as it is proposed to fully embed the Scottish Local Government Living Wage into its pay and grading structure. Councillors will hear that council officers and the trade unions have been workin

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Historic Dundee tenement blocks at the centre of a much-criticised decision process in 2017 are now set to be demolished. The 26 properties which make up 219-245 Blackness Road, 16 of which are council flats, were originally built in the 1890s during the city’s heyday as a jute giant.

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Closer working between Dundee City Council and Scottish Water to manage surface water drainage is helping to unlock potential development sites, the local authority's city development committee will hear next week. Both bodies have committed to work together with developers to find innovative ways o

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A report to Dundee City Council's policy and resources committee next week is to recommend a 1.5% rise to housing rents after council tenants who took part in the annual consultation backed the lowest increase of three options.

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Dundee City Council has announced help for households facing fuel poverty as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The Fuel Well Dundee Programme will support people on a low income whether they are in or out of work, on reduced incomes as a result of Covid-19, or are already experiencing fuel pover

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Members of Dundee City Council’s neighbourhood services committee will be asked to approve the ending of the local authority’s policy to sell the last council house in mixed tenure locations when it becomes vacant. This policy was agreed in 2007 as a way to provide funding for much

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