South Lanarkshire Council

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Over the next couple of months South Lanarkshire Council tenants will be able to give their views on the level of rent proposed for 2019/20. A series of local meetings are scheduled to take place during November. The focus of these meetings will consider the proposed rent increase for 2019-20 as wel

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Ewen Kerr, Andrew Christie and Sharon Smith of Who Cares? Scotland with South Lanarkshire Council’s Matthew McNulty, Annette Finnan and Alison Akremi South Lanarkshire Council’s housing and technical resources team recently threw its support behind Scottish Housing Day 2018.

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lanarksConstruction companies tendering for contracts with South Lanarkshire Council will now need to meet new standards, conditions and expectations after the approval of a Construction Charter. Agreed following a request by Unite the Union, the charter will build on the existing Fair Working Pract

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More than 1,800 new homes will be built in Hamilton as part of a huge investment in the town from the £1.13 billion Glasgow City Region City Deal. Woodhead Primary School will also be extended as part of the Hamilton Community Growth Area (CGA) at a cost of £4.1m.

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A host of new flood barriers are to be installed across South Lanarkshire to protect property and infrastructure in the region. The mobile 'Floodstop' barrier is a flood defence system which can be assembled to any length or orientation by connecting one metre long modular units using weighted keys.

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Communities in South Lanarkshire have been given the chance to comment on the council's vision for the continued growth and regeneration of the area. Following committee approval in May, the proposed plan is the latest stage in the replacement of the existing South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan

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Showing off the award won by South Lanarkshire’s Budget Scrutiny Group are (front, left to right) Mary Ann Patrick, Jean Ramage, Jean Gilfillan and Jim McGeachie, with (rear, left to right) Ross McKie (South Lanarkshire Council), Adam Patrick, Aileen Muir (South Lanarkshire Council) and Stephen Co

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The cabinet held its meeting in Clyde Gateway yesterday The Clyde Gateway regeneration programme has been awarded a £5.5 million cash injection from the Scottish Government.

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(from left) Daniel Lowe, executive director of housing and technical resources; Councillor Josh Wilson, chair of housing and technical resources; Deirdre Duncan, housing officer; Cruden Building and Renewals, partnering and procurement director, Gordon Lee South Lanarkshire Council’s new Home+ hou

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South Lanarkshire Council executive director of housing, Daniel Lowe, and chair of housing, Councillor Josh Wilson South Lanarkshire Council’s plans to deliver 1,000 new homes by 2021 have taken another step forward with the approval of a further 36 homes at 2 sites in East Kilbride and Blantyre.

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