West Lothian Council

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The maintenance and improvement of existing council homes remains a key priority in West Lothian Council's Housing Capital budget with approximately £8.2 million to be invested in planned programme work during this financial year from April 2024 until the end of March 2025.

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West Lothian Council has launched a postcode look-up facility for council housing tenants where they can check when their home is scheduled for improvement and maintenance works. This service enables council tenants to search for the proposed review year for Housing Capital Investment Programme work

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Glasgow-based retrofitting specialist Procast has secured a tender win with West Lothian Council worth £16 million over four years. Procast has developed a reputation for quality retrofitting work, bringing older properties up to modern standards. This significant win marks the beginning of a

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The cost pressures facing West Lothian Council are "unbearable" and "unrelenting", according to the local authority's leader as councillors agreed its budget for 2024/25. Due to insufficient funding from the Scottish Government combined with increasing costs, the council has a budget gap of &po

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West Lothian Council is to invest £132.982 million over the next four years with significant resources invested in the creation of new homes and a strong focus of maintenance of quality standards across existing housing stock.

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The Council Tax freeze for next year will result in a further £1.4 million of budget savings being required in West Lothian next year, the local authority has warned. The Scottish Government announced in October 2023 that Council Tax rates would be frozen for all bands in 2024/25 and that full

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