Perth & Kinross Council

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Councillors will be asked to approve plans to create a Perth and Kinross Anti-Poverty Taskforce and new cost-of-living strategy to tackle poverty when they meet next week. They will also be asked to approve an additional £470,000 of funding to support those most in need over the winter period.

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Councillors will be asked to decide on future management arrangements for 18 new flats for affordable social rent on the site of the former Fairfield Community Centre in Perth. A meeting of the Housing and Social Wellbeing Committee will be given an update on the development, which is due to be

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Four blocks of modern energy-efficient apartments have been completed at Perth’s Goodlyburn Terrace, with the 39 properties boosting the Fair City’s provision of affordable housing. The £4.3 million development, which is managed by Hillcrest Homes, consists of one and two-bedroom a

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Local people, community organisations and housing partners are being encouraged to give their views on what housing and local communities should look and feel like in Perth and Kinross over the next five years. The council is in the process of updating its Local Housing Strategy (LHS) for 2022-27. T

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The latest development of newly-built homes for affordable social rent has been completed by Perth & Kinross Council. The 10 new homes at Southfield Meadows in Abernethy are extremely energy efficient, with triple glazed windows, insulated external doors, hybrid heating systems that include an a

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Dundee-based Summit Facilities Services has been awarded a four-year contract to carry out electrical testing, repairs and maintenance on behalf of Perth and Kinross Council’s Social Housing Department. The business, which also owns and operates Tayside Automatic Doors, is accredited by SNIPEF

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An app to help the owners of shared properties in Edinburgh repair their buildings has been so successful in its first year it is already being rolled out by two other local authorities in Scotland. Developed by the City of Edinburgh Council with tech company Novoville, a new app launched in April l

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Campion Homes has been granted planning permission for 78 new homes in Crieff. The builder has proposed to build 10 two-bedroom terraced houses, 25 three-bedroom terraced/semi-detached/detached houses, 34 four-bedroom detached houses, and nine five-bedroomed detached houses on a site 90 metres east

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Perth and Kinross Council (PKC) is exploring the possibility of introducing a short-term let control area in Highland Perthshire. In February, the City of Edinburgh Council became the first council to implement such a control zone.

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Perth and Kinross Council has backed plans for a proactive and ambitious approach to tackling financial challenges and reshaping the council to meet the changing needs and demands of local communities. At a meeting of Perth & Kinross Council, Councillors heard that that as costs rise and demands

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