North Lanarkshire Council

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North Lanarkshire Council has signed a new Scottish Housing Regulator Assurance Statement which ensures that people living in council homes will have improved access to housing performance information. The new Assurance Statement aims to ensure landlords are responsible for delivering positive outco

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North Lanarkshire Council's plans to work with housing developers to buy new 'off the shelf homes' has been given the green light. The council's plans to deliver new affordable housing across North Lanarkshire received a boost on Friday, as the innovative pilot to begin the pilot programme was agree

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Over £35 million in additional benefits has been generated for residents by North Lanarkshire advice services. A total of £35,368,140 has been awarded to local residents in 2018/19 following help and support from housing and social work services staff, the Financial Inclusion Service and

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North Lanarkshire Council has asked tenants to participate in a survey to voice their priorities for housing and how they would shape future services. The council has argued that by completing the 18 question survey, tenants can partake in the development of housing's services and have the opportuni

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North Lanarkshire Council is seeking input on the development of its new housing strategy and shaping future services. The council is inviting residents to complete a survey that will play a part in developing housing's services and have the opportunity to link in with like-minded people.

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Delighted tenant Isabella Heyne said her new Loretto home in Coatbridge is “absolutely life-changing”. Loretto chair Douglas Robin and North Lanarkshire Council convener of enterprise and communities Councillor Heather McVey welcome Isabella Heyne (right) into her new home in St Patrick&

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North Lanarkshire Council is developing an installation programme to meet 2021 legislation changes relating to smoke and heat detectors. Planning is now underway to prepare for the changes made to the Housing Scotland Act (1987).

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North Lanarkshire Council is in a good position to meet future challenges due to its strong financial planning and management, according to a report by the local authority watchdog. The Accounts Commission said the council now needs to work with partners to better involve and engage with residents a

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