Midlothian Council

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Stacey Hogg, 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. Also pictured is her four week old baby daughter Kali. Midlothian Council has reached a milestone in its affordable hous

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Midlothian Council is celebrating a milestone in its affordable housing programme by completing its 1000th new house. A total of 1,020 new council homes have now been delivered in Midlothian since the council embarked on its new build housing programme in 2006. The total number of new homes and subs

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Gorebridge Public health experts are continuing to investigate how to address the cause of raised carbon dioxide levels resulted in tenants of a Melville Housing development in Gorebridge being moved out of their homes.

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Cath Johnstone Midlothian and Western Isles councils have become the first local authorities to announce a rise in council tax since 2006, following the Scottish Government’s decision to end the council tax freeze.

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An increase in central housing investment has allowed Midlothian Council to announce plans to step up its affordable home projections. Councillors yesterday approved plans to deliver 1,441 new affordable homes through the Strategic Housing Investment Plan 2017/18-2021/22 (SHIP), a significant increa

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A typical home at Taylor Wimpey’s previous development Cameron Gardens in Bilston Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Hallam Land Management Ltd have submitted a detailed planning application to Midlothian Council for 212 new homes at Seafield Road in Bilston.

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Midlothian Council is to make a number of changes to its housing allocation policy in order to make best use of its stock. Among the changes is the reintroduction of the choice of one- or two-bedroom housing for single people and couples.

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(left to right) Melville chairman Bob Anderson, Pauline Mills of Taylor Wimpey, Margaret Burgess MSP and Melville chief executive Andrew Noble Minister for housing and welfare, Margaret Burgess, has paid a visit to new affordable housing soon to be completed for Melville Housing Association.

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Midlothian Council has secured a £3.4 million grant allocation to boost local communities. The local authority will use the funding to operate the Tyne Esk LEADER programme throughout the Midlothian and East Lothian regions.

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Changeworks’ Canny Tenants project Eildon Housing Association has supported Changeworks to secure Big Lottery funding for five years to set up the ‘Canny Tenants’ project.

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Changeworks’ Canny Tenants project Some of Midlothian and the Scottish Borders’ most vulnerable residents can make their hard earned cash stretch a little further thanks to funding for an initiative by Changeworks.

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(from left) Graeme Shanks, senior project manager of Taylor Wimpey and Bob Anderson, chairman of Melville Midlothian RSL Melville Housing Association is to deliver 28 new high quality affordable homes for the local area, thanks to a £2.8 million deal with house builder Taylor Wimpey.

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