Spring­hall must not be left be­hind

Coun­cil houses badly in need of re­pair

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

in­su­la­tion up­grades which help to ad­dress fuel poverty.

“A num­ber of en­vi­ron­men­tal projects have also been un­der­taken to com­ple­ment the in­vest­ment in the hous­ing stock, im­prov­ing the ap­pear­ance of ar­eas and mak­ing them at­trac­tive places to stay. Go­ing for­ward the coun­cil will con­tinue to in­vest in the im­prove­ment and main­te­nance of all of our hous­ing stock and the sur­round­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

“A five-year pro­gramme of sur­veys is un­der­taken to as­sess the con­di­tion of the stock and to help in­form and prioritise fu­ture works pro­grammes in line with bud­gets avail­able. Pro­grammes of planned and cycli­cal main­te­nance will also con­tinue to be de­vel­oped and im­ple­mented for works such as gut­ter clean­ing and close paint­ing to help main­tain our hous­ing stock in a good qual­ity con­di­tion.”

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