North Lanarkshire Council

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Councillors have approved the addition of further sites for new council homes as North Lanarkshire Council continues to roll out its new build housing plans. The local authority said its plans to deliver 5,000 new affordable homes by 2035 will support the local economy by creating new jobs, reg

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North Lanarkshire Council has approved additional projects to deliver more affordable homes across the region as part of its next Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) 2021/22-2025/26 which is being submitted to the Scottish Government.

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North Lanarkshire Council has added a further £500,000 to its Universal Credit Assistance Fund and is providing more help to tenants falling into rent arrears due to built-in waiting times for Universal Credit payments. The fund, which is in place for council tenants struggling with the impact

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The demolition of three high-rise blocks of flats in Airdrie is now under way, marking a major step forward in North Lanarkshire Council’s regenerations plans.

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North Lanarkshire Council is resuming electrical safety testing in its council homes and sending appointment letters to tenants now due their five-yearly safety checks. Following the Scottish Government's Phase 3 announcement on the removal of lockdown restrictions, the council is now expa

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JR Group has successfully delivered 30 affordable homes on East Academy Street in Wishaw as it awaits a decision on plans for 12 more flats in the town.

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North Lanarkshire Council has hailed the success of the 100 'off the shelf' new build homes which it has purchased directly from housebuilders as part of its Development Pathfinder scheme.  By introducing this cost-effective approach to providing new affordable homes, the council has moved

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As Scotland’s largest local authority landlord, North Lanarkshire Council has responsibility for 36,500 households, almost a third of which were forced to shield the moment the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Many of the affected tenants already had support systems in place, but as 6,500 did not the co

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Funding put in place by North Lanarkshire Council to assist people facing rent arrears during the coronavirus outbreak has helped more than 1,000 council tenants. The council made £300,000 worth of funding available to help tenants whose financial circumstances have been disrupted during

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North Lanarkshire Council has added further sites for new build homes, awarded new contracts to take forward more developments and outlined housing plans for villages and town centres as it drives forward its plans to deliver 5,000 new council homes across the region.

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A special fund to help council tenants worried about rent arrears during the coronavirus crisis has been put in place by North Lanarkshire Council.  The council has set up £300,000 worth of funding to help those tenants whose financial circumstances have been disrupted during the pandemic

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Plans to identify and improve future housing options for people living in high-rise homes in North Lanarkshire are continuing during the current pandemic as the council pushed on with high-rise demolition plans. North Lanarkshire Council, in consultation with local people, agreed ambitious plans to

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