Councillor Barry McCulloch, convener of housing (centre front row), members of North Lanarkshire Federation of Tenants and Residents, Mears managing director, Barry Duncan (back row, third from right) and staff from Mears get together for the visit North Lanarkshire Federation of Tenants and Residen
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Inspecting plans for the new homes at Alexandra are (from left) Brian Lafferty, head of business, housing property and projects; Councillor Barry McCulloch, convener of housing; Pamela Humphries, development manager and leader of North Lanarkshire Council, Councillor Jim Logue A former primary schoo
Eleven more local authorities in Scotland have set their respective budgets for the upcoming year, four of which have opted for a voluntary freeze in Council Tax. Aberdeen City Council set its 2017/18 budget and outlined plans for the next phase of its transformation programme.
A joint economic action plan between eight councils is aiming to deliver 110,000 new homes around the Glasgow City Region. The move, the first of its kind in Scotland, will see the authorities pursue a common economic strategy between now and the year 2035.
A consultation has opened on a proposed development plan which would serve North Lanarkshire for the next ten years. The North Lanarkshire Local Development Plan (NLLDP) sets out the policies and proposals to guide future development of the area, creating the environment for new housing, local servi
Bob Brownlie, Area Housing Manager; Councillor Heather McVey; Depute Provost, Councillor Jean Jones and Councillor Alan Stevenson mark the official opening of Barrie Street, Kilsyth The official opening of a completed development of North Lanarkshire Council homes has taken place at Barrie Place in
North Lanarkshire Council's finance convener has issued a plea for people to be aware of changes brought in by the Scottish Government to council tax. The government announced in November that there would be an increase in the amount people in bands E to H properties pay. As a result, householders o
Blackwood is one of the latest new North Lanarkshire Council housing developments to see building work begin on site. A sod cutting event took place to mark the construction of 30 modern and affordable council homes in Cardowan Drive, Blackwood, Cumbernauld.
During the visit to the former Tannochside Primary School site The site of the former Tannochside Primary School in Viewpark is being transformed into 16 new council homes as a site in Coltness was earmarked for a further 20 homes.
Robertson Partnership Homes is to host ‘Meet the Buyer’ events as part of its plans to deliver affordable housing projects for North Lanarkshire Council during 2017 and 2018. To be delivered through the Scape Framework Agreement, the projects will give rise to extensive opportunities for local p
The site of the former Kildrum Nursery in Cumbernauld is being transformed into a new council housing development of 16 new modern, affordable homes. North Lanarkshire Council held a sod cutting event to mark the beginning of construction of the homes at Lochlea Road.
(from left) Gillian Whitehead, area manager; Robert Leitch, project manager; Brian Lafferty, head of business, (all North Lanarkshire Council); Local member, Councillor Agnes Coyle; convener of housing, Councillor Barry McCulloch; Local member, Councillor Tom Curley; Local member Councillor Michael
Event host Arlene Stuart of Radio Forth (far left) and Ronnie Hayton from award sponsor Click Networks (far right) with the housing team receiving the award (from left) Councillor Barry McCulloch, convener of housing; Lynda Stevenson, service delivery manager; Gillian Whitehead, area manager; Margar
North Lanarkshire Council has announced plans to boost the economy by £1 billion by bringing 11,000 new homes and 10,000 jobs to North Lanarkshire over the next 10 years.
North Lanarkshire Council's annual tenant conference takes place this Saturday with the theme 'NL Homes - Building Your Future'. The conference, taking place from 9am to 12.45pm at Airdrie Academy, brings together tenants and residents, partner agencies and voluntary organisations who have the same