North Lanarkshire Council

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Two blocks of flats in Coatbridge which had problems with falling masonry have now been repaired thanks to a successful partnership between the flat owners, their factor and North Lanarkshire Council. The partners came together to use legislation to improve the appearance and durability of the Muiry

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Glasgow Housing Association has formed a pioneering partnership with all Scottish local authorities to develop a toolkit that helps people sustain their homes, prevents homelessness and delivers improved information and advice. The project, the first of its kind in Scotland, will be led by North Lan

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(from left) Kevin Kelly, Lovell assistant site manager; local councillor Claire Barclay; Councillor Allan Graham, convener of enterprise and housing (cutting the sod); Bob Brownlie, area manager, Pamela Humphries, head of housing programme and Kevin McColgan, Lovell interim regional managing directo

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North Lanarkshire Council has welcomed the latest report from the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR) which confirms that its housing service is achieving high rates of performance. The Regulator rated the council’s work in the categories of homes and rents; tenant satisfaction; quality and maintenan

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Another new North Lanarkshire Council housing development has officially opened its doors to tenants. Duchess Court, New Stevenston, is a modern development of two, three and four bedroom homes, and is part of the local authority’s new council house building programme to deliver 5,000 new homes by

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North Lanarkshire Council has included recently approved additional projects to provide more, modern and affordable new homes for the region’s residents into its next Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) which has now been submitted to the Scottish Government. The SHIP for 2019-20/2023-24 aims

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The successful completion of another new housing development delivered for North Lanarkshire Council has been marked with an official opening ceremony in Chapelhall. Provost of North Lanarkshire, Councillor Jean Jones, unveiled the plaque at the site of the former St. Aloysius Primary School, which

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North Lanarkshire Council has announced a series of 'Housing Matters' events, where participants will have the opportunity to find out about the latest developments within the service and the delivery of future services. Two events have been confirmed: South session, Saturday 3 November at Gartlea C

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An additional £35 million in benefits has been generated for local residents by North Lanarkshire Council’s financial inclusion service. The service works with residents to ensure they receive all the benefits they are entitled to.

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Six additional sites have been secured for North Lanarkshire's new housebuilding programme. The sites could provide over 400 new homes and are located in Burnhall Place/Mossburn Street, Wishaw, McArthur Avenue, Glenmavis, Laburnum Road, Viewpark, former Columba High School in Coatbridge, Northburn P

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