South Lanarkshire Council

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A temporary accommodation unit in East Kilbride set for closure after being deemed unsuitable to meet long-term temporary accommodation needs has now closed. Lindsay House has provided safe and welcoming accommodation for a variety of service users since even before South Lanarkshire Council was cre

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A disused sports centre in East Kilbride has been transformed to provide much-needed new affordable homes for local people. Housing provider Sanctuary Scotland has delivered 28 high-quality two-bedroom flats, all available for social rent, on the site of the former Greenhills Sports Centre, in Strou

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South Lanarkshire councillors have agreed to delay making tough decisions on next year’s budget to allow residents and service users to have their say. Continuing the debate on the council’s finances for 2024-25 will also mean decisions can be taken after full details have been rece

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A lady who brought up her family in Strathaven before moving away for many years is delighted to be back in the town she loves. Julie Wilson now lives in one of the top-floor flats in the new Kirk Street development by South Lanarkshire Council. She decided after many years of living out of a suitca

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South Lanarkshire Council is urging residents and service users to have their say on “unprecedented” financial challenges. In a new short film, Council leader Joe Fagan explains why the council is facing a budget shortfall of more than £70 million over the next two financial years.

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A community-led housing survey is underway for the village of Glespin. The survey, which is open until the end of this month, will help shape an affordable housing proposal in the South Lanarkshire village.

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South Lanarkshire Council is to close a facility in East Kilbride following a strategic review of temporary accommodation needs across the area. Lindsay House in East Kilbride will close permanently by the end of the financial year after the review identified that it is not suita

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A life-long resident of Larkhall is delighted with her home at the newly completed South Lanarkshire Council development in the town. Marjory McMurray’s home is one of 38 new homes built on the site of the old Craigbank Primary School at Avon Road.

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South Lanarkshire Council chief executive Cleland Sneddon has revealed his intention to retire. Cleland will step down at the start of January after 34 years in local government, nearly eight of them as a council chief executive, first at Argyll and Bute and since 2019 at South Lanarkshire.

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