North Lanarkshire Council

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Another new council housing development is taking shape as North Lanarkshire Council marks its latest sod cutting at Dimsdale Road, Wishaw. Tony Mallaghan, housing development manager, NLC; Logan Boyle, site manager; Stephen Llewellyn, head of housing solutions, NLC; councillor Heather Brannan-McVey

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North Lanarkshire Council has established a Universal Credit Assistance Fund to help tenants who find themselves falling into rent arrears due to built-in waiting times for Universal Credit payments to be processed and paid. (from left) Councillor Heather Brannan-McVey, convener of housing and regen

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Successful partnership working between UK homebuilder Keepmoat Homes and North Lanarkshire Council is delivering affordable homes for rent to almost a dozen families in the Clyde Valley. The move comes as part of the council’s commitment to deliver 5,000 new homes across North Lanarkshire. Kee

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To deliver more homes for rent, North Lanarkshire Council’s open market purchase scheme is on course to deliver 140 homes this year. The council scheme is supported by the Scottish Government and it enables the purchase of properties that are for sale on the open market and are often former co

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North Lanarkshire Council has set its budget for 2020/21 amid a £31 million spending reduction. The council has agreed to increase council tax by 4.84%, which equates to an equivalent of £1.08 per week for a Band D house.

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Energy and services group ENGIE has partnered with North Lanarkshire Council to host a series of zero carbon transition events ahead of the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP26) event in Glasgow in November. The partnership has launched the ‘ACT 2020 – Action on Climate Toget

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North Lanarkshire Council has launched a new comparison website to make help residents find the best price with energy providers. Lynda Stevenson, service delivery manager with Heather Brannan-McVey, convener of communities & housing and Laura Lindsay, campaign officer

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North Lanarkshire Council is to reduce the number of rent variations from 192 to 56 after plans were agreed at a meeting of its communities and housing committee. The restructure will keep rent levels at the second-lowest in Scotland this year and significantly lower than those charge

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Tenants and residents from across North Lanarkshire came together for North Lanarkshire Council's annual tenants' events earlier this month, held at Clyde Valley High School, Wishaw and Coatbridge High School. The successful conferences were packed with information, networking sessions and the famou

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