Dundee City Council is set to further strengthen its approach to tackling domestic violence, and supporting victims and their families. The Neighbourhood Services Committee is being asked to approve a Domestic Abuse Policy designed to support victims of domestic abuse within Dundee City Council hous
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Dundee City Council has approved plans to build new homes on the former site of Downfield Primary School. Despite concerns over a potential increase in traffic in the area, the planning committee gave plans for 23 new homes to be built near Camperdown Road the go-ahead.
Dundee City Council has taken action to tackle the worsening housing crisis in the city, by agreeing to take £312,000 from an Environmental Improvement Fund to provide £6 million in capital expenditure to build or buy new homes.
Plans for 34 new multi-bedroom homes in Whitfield in Dundee have been approved by Dundee City Council. The properties are to be the latest phase in a five-part project from developers DJ Laing Homes Limited, which aims to bring more homes to the Whitfield area.
Proposals to consult with Dundee City Council housing tenants on rent levels for 2021/22 will be considered by the council’s neighbourhood services committee next week. Councillors will be asked to approve a consultation that includes options for next year’s rent increase of 1.5%, 1.75%
Good progress is being made under the implementation of the Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan on homelessness in Dundee according to the first year review. The recent progress report has detailed that the council and partners have “delivered a successful first year of the five-year Rapid Rehousi
Greg Colgan has been appointed as the new chief executive of Dundee City Council. Currently the executive director of corporate services, he will take up the post upon the retiral of the current chief executive David Martin and lead the council through its long-term recovery plan following the
Routine reactive repairs to council houses in Dundee which were suspended earlier this year due to COVID-19, will restart this week. From today, Dundee City Council will start repair work that was not possible over the spring and summer months.
Dundee City Council has increased the supply of furnished flats to meet the rise in homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic. The homelessness quota in the council's allocation policy was increased from 45% to 55% to provide more offers of accommodation for applications and the creation of 444
The latest £6.7 million phase of an external wall insulation (EWI) programme in Dundee will provide warmer, more energy efficient homes at more than 740 properties, councillors heard last night at the investment was approved by the local authority. More than £46m has been spent across th
Dundee needs to ‘increase pace of change’ to tackle deep social issues despite decade of improvement
Dundee City Council must quicken progress to address complex and deep-rooted problems such as poverty, inequality and drug-related deaths, according to the Accounts Commission.
Partners involved in the proposed Tay Cities Deal have reaffirmed their desire to sign the final deal.
New guidance for developers on connecting to or creating district heating systems in Dundee could be set for consultation.
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.
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.