East Renfrewshire Council

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East Renfrewshire Council has frozen council tax rates for 2021/22 as it set an outline budget for the year. The council has benefitted from a 0.45% increase in the like for like grant settlement and additional funding for a council tax freeze from the Scottish Government, as well as the use of &pou

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Tributes have been paid to former East Renfrewshire councillor Kenny Hay, who passed away suddenly on Tuesday. Mr Hay served as a Labour councillor for Barrhead, Liboside and Uplawmoor from 2012 to 2017.

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East Renfrewshire Council’s housebuilding project has continued in Barrhead with the progression of work at its Balgraystone Road development.

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East Renfrewshire Council is set to review the approach taken in tackling homelessness in an attempt to adopt the Scottish Government's recommendation for a shift to a rapid rehousing approach. The Homelessness and Rough Sleepers Action Group was set up to produce solutions to end homelessness and r

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Construction work on 39 new council houses in the Maidenhill area of Newton Mearns is now under way. Built by Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, the new affordable homes will be the first new houses for East Renfrewshire Council to be built in Newton Mearns in a generation.

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and Barrhead Housing Association have confirmed that construction work on 12 new affordable homes for social rent, which are located off Neilston Road in Neilston, are now almost complete and just over half the new tenants have now moved into their new home.

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has reached an agreement with East Renfrewshire Council to deliver the first 39 affordable homes for social rent at the new Maidenhill community in Newton Mearns. A wider agreement is in place to deliver a total of 82 affordable homes, which form part of the wider masterp

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East Renfrewshire Council is hosting a public consultation so that locals can have a say on the future development plans for the region. The plans cover a range of matters including transport links, managing housing demands and protecting and enhancing the built and natural environments.

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