North Lanarkshire Council

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Halloween came early to children in North Lanarkshire as people serving community payback orders saw their work come to fruition with a large harvest of pumpkins being provided to local youngsters. An innovative project setup by our Restorative Justice Service has given individuals serving court iss

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North Lanarkshire Council has opened applications for fuel hardship payments allowing low-income households to apply for a £150 fuel hardship payment. The payment is aimed at residents on a low income but earning too much to be eligible for any other cost of living financial assistance provide

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Construction work is underway to build 96 new council homes at Castlehill Road, Gowkthrapple, as part of overall regeneration plans for the area. These new homes form part of North Lanarkshire Council’s ambitious new house building programme which aims to deliver 5,000 new, modern, affordable

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North Lanarkshire Council's new Housing Domestic Abuse Policy, developed with the Violence Against Women (VAW) Partnership, and shaped by women with lived experience of domestic abuse, puts victims and survivors at the heart of our service. The council is introducing a specific housing policy focuss

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North Lanarkshire Council's housing committee has approved additional sites to be added to its new house building programme that will deliver more homes for its residents, regenerate local communities and boost the area’s local economy. The council is continuing to roll out its new build progr

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Twenty-two apprentices from across North Lanarkshire are learning a range of trade skills with the council’s strategic housing and repairs partner Mears Scotland. Jim Logue, leader of North Lanarkshire Council welcomed the young people at a recent visit to the council’s civic centre wher

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Tenants came along to take a first look at North Lanarkshire Federation of Tenants and Residents’ (NLF) new premises this week, which were opened by the housing convener, Councillor Heather Brannan-McVey, alongside Jim Leonard, NLF chairperson. The move to the new, improved, office space, loca

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North Lanarkshire Council is to consider buying homes from private landlords and allow the tenant to remain in the home as a council tenant to help prevent homelessness and increase the council’s housing stock. Benefits of the local authority’s open market purchase scheme to sellers

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Councillor Jim Logue has been appointed as leader of North Lanarkshire Council, with Councillor Paul Kelly as depute leader, following a vote at a meeting of the council last week. Councillor Logue, who had previously been leader of the council between 2016 and May this year, fills the vacancy follo

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Kier Construction has been appointed by hub South West Scotland, on behalf of North Lanarkshire Council, to deliver the new St Kevin's Community Hub, incorporating St Kevin's Primary School and community facilities. The learning, teaching and community campus will be situated close to its existing l

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North Lanarkshire Council is asking the public for their views on a licensing scheme for properties operating as short term lets. The scheme, introduced by the Scottish Government, aims to ensure safety standards for all short term lets and includes a ‘fit and proper’ test to assess whet

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