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Repairs Covid -19
Morgan Sindall are operating but with a reduced service. Priority is being given to emergency repairs.
A closure order has been served on a property in St Albans that has been linked to drug dealing and antisocial behaviour.
A building contractor is to be appointed for a new £3.7 million social-rent housing development in the Batchwood area of St Albans.
Residents are asked to give their views about the proposed designs for a new housing development in the Batchwood area of St Albans.
More support is to be given to homeless people in the St Albans District with the recruitment of a full-time caseworker.
A contract to build more much-needed social housing in St Albans is to go out to an open tender.
A former sheltered housing block in St Albans has been transformed into 28 social-rent flats with features to encourage sustainable transport.
Extra help for rough sleepers during the cold winter months in St Albans includes more beds at a homeless shelter.
A dilapidated development in the St Albans District is to be brought back into use to create more much-needed housing.
An unexpected opportunity to create new social housing at a disused garage site in Harpenden is to be taken up.
Funding of £200,000 to help rough sleepers in the St Albans District and a neighbouring area has been obtained from the Government.
A new housing repairs contract worth up to £90 million aims to make major improvements to the service for tenants of St Albans City and District Council.
An information leaflet about how to help rough sleepers has been produced by St Albans City and District Council.
A new lettings agency to help people in the St Albans District find homes has been set up – offering landlords free money-saving benefits.
St Albans City and District Council is beefing-up its advice service for people faced with homelessness in preparation for a change in the law.
St Albans City and District Council has been awarded more than £500K by the Government over the next two years to fund extra services to help reduce homelessness.