North Lanarkshire


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North Lanarkshire

(ˈlænəkˌʃɪə; -ʃə)
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(Placename) a council area of central Scotland: consists mainly of the NE part of the historical county of Lanarkshire; formerly (1974–96) part of Strathclyde Region: engineering and metalworking industries. Administrative centre: Motherwell. Pop: 321 820 (2003 est). Area: 1771 sq km (684 sq miles)
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02 contract notice: north lanarkshire council (the council) and north lanarkshire properties llp (together known as the contracting authorities) have an ongoing requirement for the delivery of key operational services in a number of their properties.
North Lanarkshire Council's policy of no compulsory redundancies could be under threat.
An independent report has shown that North Lanarkshire's budget has been cut by PS149 per resident in the last six years.
Areas near the M8 in North Lanarkshire, the A725 in South Lanarkshire and the south side of Glasgow have the highest concentrations of toxic air in Scotland.
More than 3000 unemployed people in North Lanarkshire have been given the tools and skills to find work through an innovative project.
"I am delighted as North Lanarkshire's Working gave me confidence and opened opportunities for me.
North Lanarkshire Council has already agreed to hand over pounds 300 to The Society for the Protection of the Unborn Child (SPUC), and are discussing a further grant of pounds 1,200.
A new business for women is being launched in North Lanarkshire next month.
The Accounts Commission has issued its best value assurance report on North Lanarkshire Council.
Since 2008, north lanarkshire council in partnership with nhs lanarkshire agreed to jointly fund the provision of a care and repair / handyperson service for use by all registered disabled and / or older persons within north lanarkshire.
On a visit to the Job Centre Plus, Marc was pointed in the direction of North Lanarkshire's Working, where he was he was allocated an Employment Development Officer (EDO) to assist him with his full recruitment needs.
On a visit to the Job Centre Plus, Marc was pointed in the direction of North Lanarkshire's Working, where he was allocated an Employment Development Officer (EDO) to assist him with his recruitment needs.

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