North Lanarkshire Council

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Tenants have another opportunity to participate and get involved in their housing service by coming along and being part of our North Lanarkshire Council’s annual tenants’ conference. The conference is taking place on Saturday, 4 November, at Airdrie Academy, from 9am – 12.30pm. It’s an exce

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Provost of North Lanarkshire, Councillor Jean Jones, officially opens the latest completed housing development at Oakdene Avenue, Tannochside The official opening of the new council housing development in Tannochside, the eighteenth development delivered by North Lanarkshire Council, was marked with

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A 32% increase in the number of anti-social behaviour enquiries made to North Lanarkshire Council’s team is being attributed to a rise in public confidence, wider knowledge of the service and a growing reputation for stopping anti-social behaviour. During 2016/17, the service received almost 10,00

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(from left) Robina and James McCusker (Mollins Gate residents), Stephen Profili (Lovell), Cllr Greg Lennon, Cllr Willie Doolan, Cllr Michael McPake, Craig Sanderson (Link), Ross Aitken (a Mollins Gate resident), Angela Tagg (a Mollins Gate resident) Coinciding with Scottish Housing Day 2017, partner

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Coatbridge was the location for North Lanarkshire Council’s latest sod cutting event, marking a new council housing development at the former Old School Court in School Street. Plans for the site include 20 new homes, which comprise cottage flats, family homes and two wheelchair adapted properties

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Residents in North Lanarkshire have benefited from more than £29 million additional benefits generated by the local authority’s Financial Inclusion Team. The team offer full benefit checks to residents, making sure they receive all the benefits they are entitled to and maximising their income.

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North Lanarkshire Council’s anti-social behaviour team’s out-of-hours response service is continuing to stop anti-social behaviour across its communities since its launch over two years ago. The team has carried out over 1,500 visits to homes in response to complaints about persistent anti-socia

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Graeme Laing North Lanarkshire Council has granted full planning permission to Ashfield Land and Taylor Wimpey for the development of 160 new homes at Glasgow Road, Bargeddie.

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