North Lanarkshire Council

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People living in council homes across North Lanarkshire are being encouraged to give their views on the quality of the housing service they receive. The face to face survey will be taking place from December 18 through to the end of January 2018.

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It was another successful annual North Lanarkshire Council tenants’ conference, with 96% of participants rating it good or very good, and the workshops and having ‘your say’ segments proving most popular. Tenants and residents came along to the conference to hear first-hand about key housing i

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North Lanarkshire Council has approved its five-year Strategic Housing Investment plan (SHIP) which aims to deliver over 1,900 new homes over the next five years, doubling the rate completed over the previous five years. The SHIP, for 2018-19/2022-23, was approved by councillors at a recent meeting

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An official opening of North Lanarkshire Council’s latest development of new homes in Coltness took place, marking a significant milestone as the council welcomed its 400th tenant to move in to a council new build home. Coltness is the 18th council housing development completed as part of its NL H

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The site of the former Harthill Primary School is set to become home to another new housing development being delivered by North Lanarkshire Council. Plans are in place to build 20 new homes on the site - a mix of cottage flats, semi-detached bungalows and wheelchair accessible bungalows.

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North Lanarkshire Council is seeking the views of our tenants and residents to help us improve tenant participation opportunities for them, as housing services shapes its new Tenant Participation Support Contract. The Tenant Participation Support Contract provides independent support to empower and

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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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