North Lanarkshire Council

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Council tenants living in properties in North Lanarkshire which are no longer suitable for their needs are being offered incentives to help them move. The scheme helps people currently under-occupying larger family homes and encourages them to consider moving to smaller properties and therefore free

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North Lanarkshire Council's Tackling Poverty Group is launching a new North Lanarkshire Child Payment to support the families of 10,000 children in the area. Families whose children receive a free school meal because of low family income, will receive £100 per child directly into their bank ac

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North Lanarkshire Council said its housing service is recording improvements across key areas of delivery and performing above the Scottish average when compared alongside all other social landlords in Scotland. Weekly rent levels are 16.7% lower here in North Lanarkshire; over 90% of tenants are sa

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People struggling to make rent payments are continuing to benefit from support funding from North Lanarkshire Council. The targeted support is available to council tenants who find themselves falling into rent arrears due to waiting times for Universal Credit payments and those who have seen their i

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An area of land within South Cumbernauld Community Growth Area (CGA) is being marketed for sale for housing by North Lanarkshire Council. The 18-hectare site at Mid Forest has capacity for up to 300 residential units, with 25% to be affordable homes, and the development should include play facilitie

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Taylor Wimpey has handed over the ownership of Frankfield Loch to North Lanarkshire Council, moving the loch into public ownership. The handover comes as Taylor Wimpey completes the legal obligations which formed part of the original planning consent for its local development of private new homes by

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North Lanarkshire Council has continued to buy properties for rent throughout the coronavirus lockdown.  The council had to put on hold certain parts of its open market purchase scheme earlier this year in accordance with Scottish Government guidance and survey work had to be stopped.

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Residents are being encouraged to have their say on proposals to create new town hubs across North Lanarkshire. As part of a 10-year plan which will see investment of £3.5 billion, create thousands of new job opportunities and enhanced community facilities, a number of potential sites have bee

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Work is now under way on the latest new build council housing development planned for the site of the former Belhaven House care home in Wishaw.

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