Six tenants have been evicted for drug dealing offences after North Lanarkshire Council’s antisocial response service successfully responded to, investigated and supported cases passed to the courts. Two of the cases were in Wishaw, two in Airdrie and one each in Bellshill and Coatbridge.
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With average savings of £271, ‘It pays to switch’ is the message North Lanarkshire Council is promoting to residents as it launches its latest collective fuel switching campaign. Over 3,000 households have already saved hundreds of pounds on their bills through the easy to use switching scheme.
North Lanarkshire Council has altered its repairs and maintenance (R&M) scheme to encourage owners to take part in the initiative. The Scheme of Assistance has been operating for a number of years and helps property owners carry out necessary works to their properties.
North Lanarkshire Council has unveiled plans to build a further 1,000 new council homes to help tackle its housing waiting list. The local authority is set to approve the £160 million development project which will add to the 800 new properties to which the authority has already committed over the
The transformation of the former Glencairn Tower site is now complete with a new £3.5 million modern housing development taking pride of place in the heart of Motherwell. Following the demolition of the 17-storey Glencairn Tower in 2011, the site is now home to 25 energy efficient properties, all b
A previously empty home in North Lanarkshire North Lanarkshire Council has said its Empty Homes Initiative is delivering results by breathing life into vacant, derelict properties across the area and turning them into homes for local people.
North Lanarkshire Council tenants are being asked for their opinions on how to improve the local authority’s housing repairs service. Everyone taking part will be entered into a monthly prize draw to win a £50 shopping voucher.
Care and Repair North Lanarkshire has reached a significant milestone after helping its 15,000th client. Providing practical help to home owners, the small repairs and handypersons service helps older and disabled people stay in their homes as long as possible. Over the past year the service carried
Members of the co-production pilot, join officers from North Lanarkshire Council for a look at the new development at the former Glencairn tower site. (front row, left to right) Gerry Murphy, Peter Murphy and Frank Caine. (back row, left to right) Alex Miller, development co-ordinator, North Lanarks
Launching North Lanarkshire Council’s Local Housing Strategy are (left to right) Elaine McHugh, head of housing solutions, NLC; Jim Leonard, vice chairperson and Anne McGhee, chairperson of North Lanarkshire Federation of Tenants and Residents; Councillor Kaye Harmon, vice convener of housing and
Clyde Valley Housing Association (CVHA) has received planning permission to convert the former Carnegie Library in Coatbridge into residential flats. With the help of Historic Environment Scotland (HES) funding, the Association will retain and develop the front part of the building in Academy Street
North Lanarkshire Council is urging its residents to think about their household safety and help reduce the numbers of deaths and serious injuries involving unsafe electrical devices in the home. Every year, around 10 people in the UK are killed and about 750 seriously injured in accidents involving
Pamela Humphries (development manager), Elaine McHugh (head of housing solutions), Council leader Jim Logue and housing convener Barry McCulloch North Lanarkshire Council is moving forward with its next phase of new council houses which will see a further 282 modern homes built across 13 sites.
Scottish social landlords are modernising services and making use of new technology to deliver real, quantifiable savings and improved productivity, according to HouseMark Scotland’s Value for Money Club. The club’s second meeting of the year took place on May 19 in Glasgow.
A group of councillors looking at plans to build 1,000 homes in North Lanarkshire has been disbanded amid concerns over fairness and transparency, according to reports. The Herald has reported that North Lanarkshire Council shut down its own cross-party working group of six local politicians after l