Dundee City Council

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The chief executive of Dundee City Council, David Martin, is to retire early next year.  Mr Martin, who will be 60 in November, said it had been a “huge privilege” to serve in the role for the last six years.

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The latest £2.2 million phase of an external wall insulation (EWI) programme in Dundee will provide warmer, more energy efficient homes at more than 270 properties, the council's neighbourhood services committee will hear today. 

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Multi-storey developments in Dundee are set to receive additional fire safety improvement works when councillors consider proposals at the local authority's neighbourhood services committee today. The proposals include new door sets for individual flats, new fire doors and replacement floor covering

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Dundee City Council has revealed that tackling the coronavirus crisis has resulted in extra spending of nearly £33 million. An update report on the financial implications of coronavirus and a financial recovery plan will be considered by the policy & resources committee on August 24.

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Work to deliver 43 affordable homes on the site of a former primary school in Dundee is now under way, Abertay Housing Association has confirmed. (from left) Barry Moore, chief executive of Abertay Housing Association (AHA); Ron Neave, vice chair of AHA; Kath Mands, chair of AHA; Dawn Kane, business

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Almost a million meals have been provided so far to support some of the most vulnerable people in Dundee during the coronavirus pandemic. The combined efforts from the Dundee City Council, third sector partners and Scottish Government’s initiatives have resulted in a total number of 941,831 me

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Dundee City Council and local partners have transformed their homeless services to tackle the challenges of the coronavirus crisis and maintain support to some of the most vulnerable people in the city, the local authority has said. City organisations involved in the effort to provide lifeline assis

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Dundee City Council approved its budget yesterday which will see a 4.8% rise in council tax. The rise equates to £1.21 per week for a Band D household. 72% of households in Dundee are Bands A, B or C and consequently, will see a lower rise in Council tax.

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Dundee City Council is set to approve the installation of new boilers in 191 council houses. The £732,258.18 worth of improvements will see the properties in the East End and Ferry wards receive gas boiler renewals and associated works.

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