North Lanarkshire Council's Housing Committee has approved additional sites for inclusion in the council's house building programme that will see new homes delivered for its tenants, regenerate local communities and boost the area’s local economy.
A successful home buying scheme in North Lanarkshire is continuing to provide additional properties for council tenants to rent. An update on the progress of the Open Market Purchase Scheme (OMPS) was provided to the recent housing committee, with Councillor Michael McPake highlighting that 348 long
Nearly 1,000 flats in North Lanarkshire are to be demolished as the local authority's tower regeneration programme took another step forward. Following the success of the initial phase, North Lanarkshire Council said it has received resident support for the next stage of its plans.
An Airdrie couple has helped North Lanarkshire Council celebrate a special milestone this week when they became the 1,000th tenants to move into one of the local authority's new build homes. The couple, who are settling into their new two-bedroom net zero home on the site at Dykehead Road, shared ho
A partnership between North Lanarkshire Council and Mears Scotland is paving the way for twenty-six young individuals to embark on a journey towards becoming the workforce of the future through apprenticeships.
People living in North Lanarkshire who face financial hardship are being encouraged to contact the council’s Tackling Poverty Team to make sure they are getting all the benefits they are due. This year an additional £40 million was secured for residents from advice services.
Two sites which will provide additional town centre homes in Airdrie are continuing to make good progress. The regeneration of the former Orrs department store is continuing to take shape, with handover of 20 new homes and two commercial premises scheduled for December this year.
Residents living in some council homes in North Lanarkshire will be asked to participate in a face-to-face survey in the coming weeks, to give their views on the quality of the housing services they receive. The independent survey aims to gather essential feedback on various aspects of housing servi
Social justice secretary Shirley Anne Somerville visited North Lanarkshire to meet with council staff and hear about the excellent progress being made in providing accommodation for people fleeing the war in Ukraine.
North Lanarkshire Council has announced a significant investment in green technology, committing £10 million in this fiscal year to enhance energy efficiency measures across local residences. The council's housing and property division aims to install PVC window upgrades, external wall insulat
North Lanarkshire Council's housing and property team is investing £10 million this financial year to deliver a range of energy efficiency measures to benefit tenants, lower energy consumption and reduce its carbon footprint. The local authority is delivering PVC window upgrades, installing ex
Proposals for a new residential development on the outskirts of Airdrie have been submitted to North Lanarkshire Council. McTaggart Construction is seeking approval for 62 new council homes on a vacant site off Airdriehill Street on the northern edge of the town.