North Lanarkshire Council
Work is now under way on the latest new build council housing development planned for the site of the former Belhaven House care home in Wishaw.
Published 22 September 2020
North Lanarkshire Council has granted planning permission to Taylor Wimpey West Scotland for the provision of 535 new homes through the development of land at the former Garnqueen Farm off Main Street in Glenboig.
Published 21 September 2020
Councillors have approved the addition of further sites for new council homes as North Lanarkshire Council continues to roll out its new build housing plans.
Published 17 September 2020
North Lanarkshire Council has approved additional projects to deliver more affordable homes across the region as part of its next Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) 2021/22-2025/26 which is being submitted to the Scottish Government.
Published 10 September 2020
North Lanarkshire Council has added a further £500,000 to its Universal Credit Assistance Fund and is providing more help to tenants falling into rent arrears due to built-in waiting times for Universal Credit payments.
Published 10 September 2020
North Lanarkshire’s advice services generated more than £40 million in additional benefit income for its residents during 2019/20.
Published 3 September 2020
The demolition of three high-rise blocks of flats in Airdrie is now under way, marking a major step forward in North Lanarkshire Council’s regenerations plans.
Published 27 August 2020
North Lanarkshire Council is resuming electrical safety testing in its council homes and sending appointment letters to tenants now due their five-yearly safety checks.
Published 18 August 2020
JR Group has successfully delivered 30 affordable homes on East Academy Street in Wishaw as it awaits a decision on plans for 12 more flats in the town.
Published 11 August 2020
North Lanarkshire Council has hailed the success of the 100 'off the shelf' new build homes which it has purchased directly from housebuilders as part of its Development Pathfinder scheme.
Published 22 July 2020
As Scotland’s largest local authority landlord, North Lanarkshire Council has responsibility for 36,500 households, almost a third of which were forced to shield the moment the COVID-19 pandemic hit. Many of the affected tenants already had support systems in place, but as 6,500 did not the council had to step in to ensure its residents have not only remained safe and well during lockdown, but have had access to food and medicines too. For Stephen Llewellyn, head of housing solutions at the local authority, it has been a mammoth task to oversee.
Published 18 June 2020
Funding put in place by North Lanarkshire Council to assist people facing rent arrears during the coronavirus outbreak has helped more than 1,000 council tenants.
Published 17 June 2020
North Lanarkshire Council has added further sites for new build homes, awarded new contracts to take forward more developments and outlined housing plans for villages and town centres as it drives forward its plans to deliver 5,000 new council homes across the region.
Published 10 June 2020
A special fund to help council tenants worried about rent arrears during the coronavirus crisis has been put in place by North Lanarkshire Council.
Published 2 June 2020
An additional 143 properties have been turned into homes for families to rent in the last twelve months as North Lanarkshire Council continues to expand its open market purchase scheme.
Published 28 May 2020