North Lanarkshire Council

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North Lanarkshire Council has launched a new comparison website to make help residents find the best price with energy providers. Lynda Stevenson, service delivery manager with Heather Brannan-McVey, convener of communities & housing and Laura Lindsay, campaign officer

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North Lanarkshire Council is to reduce the number of rent variations from 192 to 56 after plans were agreed at a meeting of its communities and housing committee. The restructure will keep rent levels at the second-lowest in Scotland this year and significantly lower than those charge

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Tenants and residents from across North Lanarkshire came together for North Lanarkshire Council's annual tenants' events earlier this month, held at Clyde Valley High School, Wishaw and Coatbridge High School. The successful conferences were packed with information, networking sessions and the famou

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North Lanarkshire Council has welcomed its 700th tenants into their new home at the Calder Court housing development in Motherwell. Mr William and Mrs Morag Morton didn’t have far to travel to move into their new two-bedroom home. They made the short journey from nearby Draffen Tower, after sp

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Barratt West Scotland and North Lanarkshire Council have partnered on its third affordable housing project to bring the residents of Motherwell ten affordable housing units within the grounds of a new housing community at Colville Gate. (from left) Stuart Dodson, development director at Barratt West

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North Lanarkshire Council's energy efficiency team has followed its win as Scotland's Energy Efficiency Council of the Year by coming second top in the United Kingdom in the national finals. The council was commended for the impact it had across communities tackling fuel poverty, one of the key

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Housing regeneration plans are well underway in Airdrie with demolition work now taking place at the site of former council housing at Northburn Place in Rawyards. The 27 low-rise homes will be replaced by 30 new homes on the existing site. This is the first stage of major redevelopment plans in the

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The first sod was cut at the site of the former St. James Primary School in Coatbridge marking the start of another new North Lanarkshire Council housing development. This latest development at Lismore Drive, costing £10.4 million, will offer 58 new, modern, affordable homes for local resident

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Justice secretary Humza Yousaf has launched a new training resource at the Scottish Crime Campus at Gartcosh aimed at helping report instances of organised crime. Serious Organised Crime Taskforce (SOCT) partners, including Police Scotland, North Lanarkshire Council, the Society of Chief Officers of

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