North Lanarkshire Council

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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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Thirty-six new council homes have been completed by North Lanarkshire Council, with 16 new homes opening in Wishaw and 20 at Burnhall Place, Waterloo. These completions drive forward the council's pledge to deliver 5,000 new homes for rent by 2035. To date, the council has completed 954, with constr

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With household bills rising at unprecedented rates and money worries at a high, a new online budget tool and advice page has been launched by North Lanarkshire Council to help residents get practical advice and support. A range of information is available on the council’s website to help local

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A scheme offering incentives to council tenants living in properties in North Lanarkshire which are no longer suitable for their needs has been officially launched by the local authority.

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North Lanarkshire Council's home buying scheme which is delivering additional council homes for rent has been extended with some sellers being able to remain in their homes and become council tenants.

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North Lanarkshire Council leader, Councillor Jordan Linden, heard about the progress a council house building programme is making as he visited a new development in Plains. The local authority is undertaking one of the largest new supply programmes in the country, which will see 5,000 new homes

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A further 137 new homes were completed this financial year by North Lanarkshire Council across four sites, moving the council closer to its goal of building 5,000 new council homes for rent by 2035.

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Residents at a sheltered housing complex are saving money and enjoying warmer homes thanks to new renewable heating systems. The eco-friendly systems installed by North Lanarkshire Council at the Lorne Gardens sheltered complex in Salsburgh, allows tenants to save money on their fuel costs while red

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