North Lanarkshire Council

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and Barratt Homes West Scotland have commenced construction for a new development of 638 homes at Torrance Place in Holytown, North Lanarkshire, signalling the start of phase two of the overall masterplan. Phase two of the masterplan will see the construction of 638 two,

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North Lanarkshire Council's efforts to deliver new build housing boosts for Airdrie and Coatbridge communities has made progress this week. Groundwork is now underway at its largest new council housing site in Holehills, Airdrie, to deliver 150 new homes, 19 of which are the first confirmed Net Zero

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A £1.9 million renovation project is now under way at Dundyvan Gardens sheltered housing complex in Coatbridge to provide a modern and inspiring homely environment for residents.

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Tributes have been paid to Murdostoun councillor Robert McKendrick, who died suddenly on Friday April 9. Councillor McKendrick was a tireless local champion for his ward. First elected to the council in 2007 as an Independent member, he served with distinction on a significant number of committees i

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A team of tradespeople from Safer Homes, a community service for householders living in North Lanarkshire who need additional safety and security measures, has helped 137 families with essential repairs to their homes since the start of the pandemic. Created in October 2012, the service sees dedicat

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North Lanarkshire Council's successful Open Market Purchase Scheme has met and exceeded its target for the year, bringing more than 100 homes back into use for rent across the area. The scheme allows the purchase of houses for sale on the open market in areas where there is a clear demand for that t

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Over half a billion pounds will be invested over the next five years to reshape North Lanarkshire’s towns and communities. The new £500 million strategic capital investment programme agreed at North Lanarkshire Council’s policy and strategy committee underlines the commitment to cr

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North Lanarkshire Council has reduced the number of households living in fuel poverty by 4,000 over the past year, improving the lives of its tenants and residents and reducing its carbon emissions This year’s Scottish House Condition Survey results show the significant progress that the counc

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People living in a number tower blocks in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire are seeing substantial improvements to their high-rise homes. Extensive renovations works are being carried out by Engie Regeneration on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council to enhance Blairgrove and Merryston Court and Glen and

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North Lanarkshire Council has approved its budget for 2021/22 with a focus on spending which helps residents and communities rebuild and recover from the worst effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The council agreed to freeze council tax for residents in the next year, and reaffirmed its commitment

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Teams of highly skilled tradespeople from Mears Group, in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council, have worked throughout the pandemic, maintaining and repairing the council’s tenanted properties and 1,200 public buildings, allowing communities to function as best they can during a period o

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