South Lanarkshire Council

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Sheltered housing support services across South Lanarkshire have received glowing reports following recent inspections by the Care Inspectorate. The council’s services were graded ‘Very Good’ across all three themes – Quality of care and support, Quality of staffing and Quality of management

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A precautionary review in South Ayrshire aimed to ensure that all properties meet relevant safety standards Local authorities across Scotland have carried out urgent assessments of their properties in the wake of the catastrophic incident at Grenfell Tower last week.

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CCG (Scotland) Ltd is set to commence work on a new affordable housing project in Carluke this month. The Glasgow-based construction company has been commissioned by South Lanarkshire Council to create 24 new houses for social rent at Belstane Gate in the north of the town. The properties are situat

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A new environmentally friendly housing development in Uddingston has been completed by South Lanarkshire Council and CCG. Situated on the site of the former Uddingston Public Hall, Mill Place comprises 12 amenity flats built across two three storey blocks that have been designed and manufactured in

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Council house rents in South Lanarkshire have been set for the coming financial year and once again tenants have played a central role in the process. A key feature of the approach saw the process kick off in June when tenant representatives from the Budget Scrutiny Group met to discuss and agree th

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A range of improvements are to be made to homes in the Carstairs Junction area thanks to South Lanarkshire Council’s Housing Investment Programme. The homes in Allison Street will be transformed and upgraded to meet the Scottish Housing Quality Standard and the Energy Efficiency Standard for Socia

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New council homes on Fernhill Road The scale of an already ambitious programme of new build council housing in South Lanarkshire has been dramatically increased with a new ambition to complete 1000 extra homes by 2022.

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‘Living well and enjoying life’ was the main focus for a second sheltered tenants’ conference which was recently held by South Lanarkshire Council at the Holiday Inn, East Kilbride. Around 200 tenants from across South Lanarkshire came along and enjoyed the day.

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South Lanarkshire Council has unveiled plans to double its house building programme to 1,000 new homes as it joined two other local authorities in Scotland to yesterday announce a voluntarily freeze of the basic rate of Council Tax. Inverclyde and Renfrewshire councils also confirmed that they would

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A joint economic action plan between eight councils is aiming to deliver 110,000 new homes around the Glasgow City Region. The move, the first of its kind in Scotland, will see the authorities pursue a common economic strategy between now and the year 2035.

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Roy Overend (centre) is presented with his award by Councillor Judy Hamilton of Fife Council and STV meteorologist and presenter Sean Batty A council manager has been recognised at a national awards ceremony for his work to help make a Gypsy/Traveller site in South Lanarkshire one of the best of its

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has secured detailed planning consent from South Lanarkshire Council for 486 new homes in East Kilbride. The 61 acre site on land off Shields Road at Benthall Farm is allocated for housing in the South Lanarkshire Local Development Plan, and will allow Taylor Wimpey West

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Planning permission has been approved for almost 200 houses to be built on the former Hoover site in Cambuslang. Hoover opened the factory in Cambuslang in 1946, where it operated until its closure in 2005. The buildings were demolished in 2008, at which point the site was cleared and regraded.

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