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Around the Web Week Commencing 18th July

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July 15, 2022

Councils take action to help restore empty homes into family homes across the district

Posted by Communications on 7 July 2022 | Comments Babergh and Mid Suffolk Councils have this week agreed to the new Empty Homes Policy, ...

Mystery solved over why new homes on housing estate off A5 are standing empty

A mystery has been solved about why brand new homes on a new development off the A5 are empty. H ousing association Midland Heart is behind the ...

North Lanarkshire council to repurpose up to 200 homes for Ukrainian refugees

A SCOTTISH council has announced plans to bring up to 200 empty homes back into use to house refugees fleeing Ukraine.

Gwynedd records fall in the number of second homes as clampdown starts to bite

It also had 1349 long term empty second properties, a small drop from last year's figure of 1558. It means possibly around 6,000 properties are ...

Couple transform derelict buildings that had been derelict for 70 years into a modern family home

Pig farmers Imogen and Paul bought a set of disused buildings - formerly a pub, a butcher's, a blacksmith's and a slaughterhouse - in Suffolk, ...

The full list of every second home and empty property in Wales

Gwynedd has the highest number of chargeable second homes in Wales - but changes to council tax are having an impact.

Just 83 empty homes in Cardiff brought back into use this year despite housing 'crisis'

The council revealed an empty homes policy and action plan to tackle vacant properties last year.

Burnley Council to buy 16 empty homes and facelift four streets | Lancashire Telegraph

A TOTAL of 16 empty homes are to be bought by a council which is also proposing facelifts on houses on four streets.

New bid to get empty properties back into use... - Landlord Today

A council has launched an information pack as part of a wider project to address the issue of empty properties.

Home front: Fill empty homes with more than empty promises | Scotland | The Sunday Times

Scotland has almost 50,000 vacant properties — about 7,000 in Edinburgh — which could be repurposed for tenants if the Scottish government recognised ...