South Lanarkshire Council

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Council tenants in South Lanarkshire are being invited to give their views on rent levels for 2017/18 via a survey and a series of meetings. The local authority said the decision is “hugely important, given the current economic situation, and the pressures on tenants and the council through the UK

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Work on a 2016 Local Development Plan for South Lanarkshire will now get underway after the scheme gained approval by the local authority. As part of the agreement, South Lanarkshire Council’s planning committee approved a consultation and engagement exercise to assist in the preparation of the se

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Council tenants in South Lanarkshire have taken the opportunity to give their views on the rent level options for the next financial year. Tenants attended local events, got involved in a scrutiny panel, completed an online questionnaire and attended a ‘Question Time’ event to conclude discussio

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Housing refurbishment firm Lovell has been appointed by South Lanarkshire Council to carry out £2.1 million of improvement work to transform a multi-storey block of flats in Cambuslang. Work is set to begin early in 2016 on the 40-week programme for Kyle Court, off Main Street in the town centre, w

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Two properties which were recovered using the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 have been sold to South Lanarkshire Council for use as social housing. The homes in Hamilton were seized from the Civil Recovery Unit (CRU) after John Thomson admitted that he had acquired it as a result of unlawful conduct, sp

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Council tenants in South Lanarkshire will save a total of more than £370,000 on fuel bills thanks to improvements done to their homes. Upgrading works carried out under South Lanarkshire Council’s HomeHappening programme has, over the past decade, seen all of the local authority’s eligible hous

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Council tenants across South Lanarkshire will save a total of more than £370,000 on their domestic fuel bills thanks to work done to their homes in the past year to improve their energy efficiency. Upgrading works carried out under South Lanarkshire Council’s HomeHappening programme has, over the

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The quality of the working relationship between South Lanarkshire Council and its tenants has been recognised at a national level. South Lanarkshire was shortlisted in three categories in the TIS National Excellence Awards 2015.

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Room for all: Among the complex’s many facilities is a warm and welcoming communal area where residents can mix and events can be held South Lanarkshire Council’s newest sheltered housing complex has been singled out for praise by the Scottish Government’s minister for housing and welfare.

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A Scottish Government Reporter has dismissed an appeal against the refusal of planning permission in principle for a £500 million 3200-home development in South Lanarkshire. The Reporter’s findings follow a two-day public hearing in January into the plans for the project which had been scheduled

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