North Lanarkshire Council’s housing service is continuing to improve its performance, according to the latest report from the Scottish Housing Regulator (SHR). Councillor Heather Brannan-McVey and Stephen Llewellyn
North Lanarkshire Council has outlined its vision for housing and housing services across communities in its new five-year housing plan which will see it deliver on its ambitions to transform and regenerate communities, reduce inequality and disadvantage and create opportunities for people to achiev
A scheme delivering additional council homes in North Lanarkshire has hit a new milestone with a 500th property being purchased. North Lanarkshire Council, Scotland’s largest local authority landlord, launched its open market purchase scheme in April 2018, as an expansion to its Empty Homes Pu
A sod-cutting ceremony has taken place to mark the start of a new North Lanarkshire Council housing development in Bellshill, which will see 29 new affordable homes for rent built in the heart of the local community.
People across North Lanarkshire benefitted from more than £30 million in additional benefit income during 2020/21. North Lanarkshire Council's Financial Inclusion Team (FIT) ensured the money went into the pockets of residents who often weren’t aware they were entitled to the benefits.
North Lanarkshire Council's ambitious plans to regenerate its town centres continues to go from strength to strength, according to a recent report. Members of the council's Enterprise and Growth Committee approved the latest town centre initiatives, including major projects such as new housebuilding
New town hubs, more affordable town centre homes and a new family learning centre are among the projects planned for North Lanarkshire’s towns and communities as part of the local authority’s £1.25 billion The Place, The Vision plan. After announcing the projects to members of the
Towns and communities in North Lanarkshire will benefit from £1.243 billion investment over the next five years to transform them into vibrant, thriving, sustainable places, the local authority has revealed. North Lanarkshire Council said local people are at the heart of its ambitious vision a