East Lothian Council

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Community groups across East Lothian can apply for grant funding to tackle inequalities from next week. East Lothian Council's One Council Partnership Fund is an annual revenue grant which can help cover the running costs and volunteer expenses for community projects, charities and third s

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East Lothian Council’s Planning Committee approved plans for three housing developments this week including an application by East Lothian Housing Association for 27 flats for social rent in Dunbar. The application, which is on the former garden ground at the St Andrews Centre on Bayswell Road

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A consultation on East Lothian Council's Draft Poverty Plan 2021-2023 has opened online following the approval of the document in June. The draft Plan has been drawn up by a multi-agency group including representatives from key council services, NHS Lothian and community and voluntary groups. It is

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East Lothian Council’s draft accounts for financial year 2020/21 and overall financial position at the end of the financial year (period to 31 March) were discussed at a council meeting last Tuesday.  The draft financial position set out at the end of March 2021, reflects additional COVID

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East Lothian Council has published a Draft 2021-2023 Poverty Plan and will be inviting views in a consultation to last for 12 weeks. The Draft plan and consultation was approved at a meeting of East Lothian Council on 22 June 2021 (item 5). A final draft of the Plan will be brought back to a subsequ

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One of Scotland’s largest residential developments will soon be offering much-needed new affordable housing for residents in East Lothian. Cruden Homes will start on site this month at Blindwells, where it will deliver 60 new affordable homes on behalf of East Lothian Council, following the la

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A group of veterans have moved into brand new properties specially created for Armed Forces personnel at Osborne Terrace in Cockenzie, East Lothian. The site is the former East Lothian Council Groundcare depot, which now provides a two-storey flatted block, with six two-bedroom flats including three

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East Lothian Council has announced that council tax will be frozen in the year ahead as it approved its budget for 2021/22. Further investment has been earmarked by the council for Education and Children’s Services – including additional support for learning – and Health and Social

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East Lothian Council members yesterday approved an amendment tabled by the Administration to freeze rent on council properties for the year 2021/22. Councillors also approved a capital budget of almost £30 million for 2021/22 for modernising existing council housing & investing in new coun

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