North Lanarkshire Council

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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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North Lanarkshire Council is to publish its Consultative Draft Local Housing Strategy (LHS) following a series of Local Housing Strategy engagement opportunities. The publication on Monday will mark the formal consultation stage of the strategy’s production and the local authority is now seeking f

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Tenants at a Bield retirement housing development in Motherwell have embarked on a mission to stay active by taking part in a global initiative for the over 50s. With the support of a group of volunteers from the local church, Daziel Parish, fifteen tenants from Glenview Court have become involved i

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North Lanarkshire Council has identified an innovative tool in the fight against cold homes, saving people from unnecessarily cold winters and safeguarding tenants against the threat of fuel poverty for years to come. The local authority is addressing the energy efficiency of its older, harder-to-tr

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North Lanarkshire Council has agreed to carry out a month-long public consultation into how the local authority can make £45 million in savings. The council revealed last week that more than 1,000 posts could be at risk as it needs to save £68.3m over the next two financial years.

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Over 1,000 full-time jobs are at risk at North Lanarkshire Council as the local authority bids to save £68.3 million over the next two financial years. Councillors will be asked next week to accept measures to save £22.7m, a move which will result in 23 post reductions.

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Jim McCabe The leader of North Lanarkshire Council, who was reported to a watchdog for not declaring his friendship with executives at a company at the heart of a multi-million-pound council housing repairs deal, has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

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Maureen Lynch (sheltered housing officer), Elizabeth Brodie, Tom Brodie, Cllr Sam Love, Benny Pollock & Monica Lynn (housing advisor) People living in sheltered housing in Bellshill and Viewpark are getting a 5-star service according to the Care Inspectorate.

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North Lanarkshire residents are being warned of the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning and of not having their gas appliances serviced regularly, as Gas Safety Week begins today. Every year over 40 per cent of UK residents fail to have their gas appliances serviced and are putting themselves and t

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North Lanarkshire Council will be running a live Q&A session on social media about the housing services it provides. People are being encouraged to take part and ask about the things that matter most to them when it comes to council housing, investment and repairs.

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The leader of North Lanarkshire Council has been reported to a watchdog for not declaring his friendship with executives at a company at the heart of a multi-million-pound council housing repairs deal. According to The Herald, Mears Scotland secured substantial concessions in its housing repairs con

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Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal officially opened a new £1.6 million council housing development in Coatbridge yesterday. Princess Anne unveiled a commemorative plaque and spoke to residents at the site in Summerlee Street where 14 new homes have been built.

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Plans to build over 1,000 homes as well as a community hub and a link road have been approved by North Lanarkshire Council. The plan which will see 1,040 new homes developed in the pleasant village of Glenboig was put to the local authority’s planning and transportation committee last week by Hami

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