Falkirk Council

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Building services contractor McGill has won a £400,000 contract and been appointed to a £3.6 million framework to deliver upgrades to fire alarms. In response to new government legislation introduced after the Grenfell disaster, all properties in Scotland must meet higher standards in re

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Falkirk Council has set its budget for 2020/21, agreeing on a 4.84% increase in Council Tax for the year which will see an average ‘Band D’ Council Tax figure increase by £56.58 a year. The council has highlighted that despite the increase, council tax in the area remains one of th

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The untapped energy potential from Scotland’s parks and greenspaces could provide low carbon heat for homes and reduce the nation's carbon footprint, research published today by greenspace scotland has revealed.

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Construction and residential development company JB Bennett (Contracts) Ltd is celebrating a series of new contract wins in Scotland’s social housing sector. The Cumbernauld-based firm began work last month on the construction of six residential blocks consisting of 45 units at Dumbarton Harbo

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Scottish social landlords are facing calls for the removal of a potentially dangerous type of cladding from high-rise buildings after a government test which approved the use of the material in some circumstances was labelled "fundamentally flawed". Falkirk Council, Dundee City Council, Fife Council

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Falkirk and West Dunbartonshire councils are leading the way in self-awareness by piloting HouseMark Scotland’s new Embedding Excellence Programme. The two HouseMark Scotland members are pioneering the new audited self-assessment programme that is designed to help landlords to excel by assessi

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The revitalisation of Falkirk’s town centre took another significant step forward as the council agreed to take part in a new partnership being set up to deliver an action plan.    The partnership will comprise representatives of Falkirk Council, Scottish Futures Trust, Falkirk BID,

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125 additional homes, three local schools and Falkirk Council offices are all set to benefit from a newly announced £4 million project to extend an existing district heating system and create a private wire network at Callendar Park. The local authority has appointed specialist contractor McDe

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