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The biggest investment in a generation sees more than 2000 new council houses to be built in North Lanarkshire

Sep 27, 2016

North Lanarkshire Council has announced it is to build 2000 new council houses at a generation-high investment of £159millionuntitled

This new phase of investment brings the total number of council houses to be built in the area over the next 10 years to 1800, and 2150 across the whole programme. As Scotland’s biggest council landlord, housing has become a key priority for North Lanarkshire. With 633 units of the current programme already being constructed, the next phase will bring much needed resources to the area for local residents. The housing quality has been highly praised as energy-efficient, adaptable and accessible, taking into account the needs of the end user. Councillor Barry McCulloch, the convener of housing and social work services, said: “This is a massive investment for the people of North Lanarkshire and I’m delighted we will be able to deliver 1800 new houses by 2026.” This investment will present substantial contract and supply chain opportunities across several sectors. Competition for contracts will be fierce, therefore it is essential to submit a clear, well-structured bid that covers all of the necessary requirements. Read the full article here. Thornton & Lowe has an enviable track record guiding our clients to success with contract and framework opportunities across 125 sectors since 2009. Our highly-skilled in-house bid team provide a complete range of bid management services, supporting our clients to bid for and win public and private sector contracts. For further information on the services provided by Thornton & Lowe, or to discuss your organisation’s specific requirements, please do not hesitate to contact our office on 01334 208 312 or email the team at

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