Dundee City Council

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A social housing development in Dundee has been given the green light despite the application not being in accordance with the local development plan. The development by Home Group will see 45 new homes in the Mill o’ Mains area of the city.

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Dundee City Council’s programme of energy efficiency measures will be extended to 350 more council and private homes at a cost of £3 million. Councillors will be told that houses in Benvie Road, Peddie Street, Law Crescent, Brownhill Street and Tummel Place/Dickson Avenue will receive th

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Nearly £1 million is being earmarked to help build stronger communities across Dundee. A report to Dundee City Council’s policy & resources committee outlines community regeneration funding allocations for the new financial year covering all eight council wards.

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Almost £1 million is set to be spent improving more than 200 Dundee homes if councillors give the works the green light. Tenders for replacement boilers at houses in the Dens, Blackness and St Mary’s areas and replacement roofs in parts of Charleston are included in the programme.

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Robertson Partnership Homes is giving members of the public a unique chance to see behind the scenes of its affordable homes development for Hillcrest in Dundee. Tours at the Derby Street site will be made available on March 20 as part of Open Doors Week 2019.

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More than £240,000 could be spent on boiler replacements to council homes in Dundee. Dundee City Council’s neighbourhood services committee will hear on March 11 of plans for replacements in 58 houses at Glenclova Terrace, Glenmarkie Terrace, Glenmoy Avenue, Glenogil Terrace and Glenpros

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Around £8 million is set to be invested in Dundee’s council houses for new fire and smoke detection systems in a programme to improve safety measures for tenants. Following Scottish Government consultation, the existing standard required in private rented housing is being extended to all

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The document that will guide housing and economic development in Dundee for the next decade has been published. Setting out where and when development can take place, the Dundee Local Development Plan 2019 contains policies and proposals covering the main land use issues in the city up to 2029, and

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Accessibility at sheltered housing complexes across Dundee could be improved if a tender is approved by councillors. Dundee City Council’s neighbourhood services committee is being asked to allow spending of just over £31,000 to allow the installation of power assisted entry door openers

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Dundee City Council lodged a planning application to build its first social housing development for several years. Submitted to planning officers by the council’s own architects, the proposal outlines plans to build 35 homes on land at Murrayfield Place, Murrayfield Drive, Whitfield Avenue and

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An incredible £19,294 was raised in Dundee in sponsorships for Sleep in the Park 2018. Around 100 Dundee City Council staff and partners braved the elements and took part in the world’s biggest sleep-out to raise funds to tackle homelessness.

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Councillors in Dundee will be asked to approve a council rent increase of 3.75% following a tenant consultation which generated a record number of participants. Following an extensive eight week consultation 69% of the 2,282 tenants who took part opted for the lowest of three options for an annual i

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Former school buildings across Dundee are set to be demolished to make way for housing and community facilities. The buildings to be demolished are the former Frances Wright nursery and the old St Luke’s and St Matthew’s, Longhaugh, St Vincent’s and Rosebank primary schools.

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More than £500,000 worth of work to improve council houses in Dundee is set to be considered by councillors. Contracts to replace boilers and roofs in 157 homes from Broughty Ferry to Maryfield will be discussed by Dundee City Council’s neighbourhood services committee on Monday January

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A funding bid to fast-track homeless people in Dundee into permanent accommodation could be made to the Scottish Government, Dundee City Council has said. The local authority’s vision for Rapid Rehousing is set out in a 32-page plan which recognises that a safe and secure home is the best base

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