North Lanarkshire Council

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North Lanarkshire Council’s tenancy support service in Bellshill and Viewpark has received a very positive rating from the Care Inspectorate for providing support to help people stay in their homes and avoid homelessness. The report praised the local authority’s support services for vulnerable p

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‘It pays to switch’ is the message North Lanarkshire Council is promoting to residents as it launches its third energy supplier switch campaign. Over 2,000 households have already saved an average of £271 per year without the need to contact energy suppliers or understand your tariff.

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Lesley Martin (programme liaison officer) with Cllr Paul Kelly and Anne Cummings People living in more than 26,000 homes across North Lanarkshire are set to benefit from a bumper £250 million investment over the next five years.

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Social housing provider Sanctuary’s project to replace Cumbernauld’s high-rise blocks is building momentum. Three blocks at Allanfauld Road in Seafar were demolished to make room for a £12.7 million development of 111 new flats which will be available by summer 2017.

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North Lanarkshire Council has unveiled plans to invest £250 million in housing over the next five years. The investment, announced as part of the local authority’s budget agreement, will also see an expansion of the new house building programme.

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People living in council accommodation across North Lanarkshire are being encouraged to give their views on how to further improve housing repairs. Tenants taking part will also have the chance to win £50 of shopping vouchers.

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Officers from North Lanarkshire Council’s anti-social service and Police Scotland outlined the success of their partnership work at a meeting of antisocial behaviour officers from across Scotland’s local authorities. The team presented information to representatives from the Scottish Government,

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Catriona Arbuckle, empty homes officer from North Lanarkshire Council accepts the award from (left) George Clarke, TV architect and Phil Hanson, from Howdens’ Joinery North Lanarkshire Council’s Empty Homes Purchase Scheme has scooped the title of ‘The Howdens Scottish Empty Homes Champion of

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