North Lanarkshire Council

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Residents at Dundyvan Gardens Older Peoples Housing in Coatbridge enjoyed some festive fun in their new look common room, which was part of £1.8 million of renovations delivered to provide a modern and homely environment for its residents and their families to enjoy.

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North Lanarkshire Council's plans to deliver 5,000 new homes by 2035 are not only providing new homes across its communities, creating jobs and boosting the local economy, but are also delivering a range of benefits to help communities thrive.

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North Lanarkshire Council has picked up a national Energy Efficiency Award after taking top place in the category for Council/Local Authority of the Year. The award recognises the local authority's vision in improving the energy efficiency of its homes and the environment, together with its drive to

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People and businesses responsible for short-term property lets including holiday homes and Airbnbs will need to follow new licensing arrangements in North Lanarkshire. The scheme, introduced by the Scottish Government, aims to ensure safety standards for all short-term lets and includes a ‘fit

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North Lanarkshire Council's housing service is performing above the Scottish average in key areas, including providing value for money rents and a high level of repairs service when compared alongside other Scottish Landlords.

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Tenants from across North Lanarkshire are preparing to gather together on Saturday 26 November at Airdrie Academy for the return of the annual Tenants’ Conference. This year’s theme is ‘Connecting Communities’ and after a three-year spell where the conference couldn’t t

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North Lanarkshire Council has made a range of support available for tenants and their families as many are facing extreme financial pressures amid the cost of living crisis. The council's Tenant Sustainment Policy has a proactive approach to tenant sustainment, and tenants are being asked to se

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Refugees who have fled the conflict in Ukraine have started moving into flats in Wishaw, which have been refurbished as part of a project to increase the housing supply for displaced people. The project, which was supported by £5 million of Scottish Government funding, has enabled North Lanark

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Additional projects to deliver more new, affordable homes across North Lanarkshire have been agreed and have now been included in the next Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP), the local authority has revealed. North Lanarkshire Council's Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) aims to deliver

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