North Lanarkshire Council

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North Lanarkshire Council has reduced the number of households living in fuel poverty by 4,000 over the past year, improving the lives of its tenants and residents and reducing its carbon emissions This year’s Scottish House Condition Survey results show the significant progress that the counc

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People living in a number tower blocks in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire are seeing substantial improvements to their high-rise homes. Extensive renovations works are being carried out by Engie Regeneration on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council to enhance Blairgrove and Merryston Court and Glen and

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North Lanarkshire Council has approved its budget for 2021/22 with a focus on spending which helps residents and communities rebuild and recover from the worst effects of the coronavirus pandemic. The council agreed to freeze council tax for residents in the next year, and reaffirmed its commitment

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Teams of highly skilled tradespeople from Mears Group, in partnership with North Lanarkshire Council, have worked throughout the pandemic, maintaining and repairing the council’s tenanted properties and 1,200 public buildings, allowing communities to function as best they can during a period o

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Council tenants living in properties in North Lanarkshire which are no longer suitable for their needs are being offered incentives to help them move. The scheme helps people currently under-occupying larger family homes and encourages them to consider moving to smaller properties and therefore free

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North Lanarkshire Council's Tackling Poverty Group is launching a new North Lanarkshire Child Payment to support the families of 10,000 children in the area. Families whose children receive a free school meal because of low family income, will receive £100 per child directly into their bank ac

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North Lanarkshire Council said its housing service is recording improvements across key areas of delivery and performing above the Scottish average when compared alongside all other social landlords in Scotland. Weekly rent levels are 16.7% lower here in North Lanarkshire; over 90% of tenants are sa

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People struggling to make rent payments are continuing to benefit from support funding from North Lanarkshire Council. The targeted support is available to council tenants who find themselves falling into rent arrears due to waiting times for Universal Credit payments and those who have seen their i

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