Midlothian Council

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Midlothian Council has approved its Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan to help end rough sleeping in the region. The Rapid Rehousing approach for homeless households was among the recommendations made by the Scottish Government’s Homelessness and Rough Sleeping Action Group (HARSAG) for ending ro

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(from left) Anne Hoffman, Samantha Turnbull, Hannah Jones, Kerry Hamilton, Abbi Waddell, Helen Weekes, Nicola Thomson, Dr Grace Vickers and Lorne McCall Midlothian parents became the first graduates in Scotland to complete a recognised qualification in becoming a tenant and keeping that tenancy.

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Midlothian Council has agreed to progress with plans to convert an office building in Jarnac Court, Dalkeith, into temporary accommodation for homeless households following the conclusion of a consultation with the local community. Housing officers held a drop in event for local residents to find ou

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(from left) Melville vice-chair David Bond, housing minister Kevin Stewart and Melville chief executive Andrew Noble Kevin Stewart, minister for local government, housing and planning, has officially opened a new affordable housing development in Bonnyrigg recently completed for Melville Housing Ass

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Midlothian Council is consulting with local residents on plans to convert offices in Jarnac Court in Dalkeith into temporary accommodation for homeless households. A drop-in information session will take place at Dalkeith Arts Centre today from 2.30pm until 6pm.

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Plans have been unveiled to transform former council office accommodation in Dalkeith into emergency temporary accommodation for the homeless. Midlothian Council is proposing to develop 20 individual rooms with shared facilities at Jarnac Court in the town, consisting of single person households wit

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The tenant of the 1000th new council house was presented with the keys to her new home by Councillor Stephen Curran, cabinet member for customer and housing services Midlothian Council has outlined plans to deliver more affordable homes to meet increased demand as councillors agreed to raise housing

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A final report on the findings of an Incident Management Team set up by NHS Lothian after elevated carbon dioxide levels (CO2) were found in homes in Gorebridge has been considered by Midlothian Council. The team was established to investigate ill health cases affecting residents of a recently built

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Pictured (l-r): James Palmer, Associate Director, Shawfair LLP; Joanne Casey, Homes Director, Mactaggart & Mickel Homes; Fraser Conn, Sales Director, Bellway; Neil Gaffney, Area Sales & Marketing Director, Miller Homes A £1.2 billion project to build a new town with 350 new homes for sale o

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Pictured at the new development are (from left) Duncan McIntyre (Midlothian Council planning & implementation officer), Alison White (Midlothian Council head of adult and social care), Kay Gillespie (team manager at the Richmond Fellowship), Councillor Stephen Curran (cabinet member for customer

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