ALMOST 100 homes across the city could be in line for major upgrades if councillors approve a pair of tenders next week.
The neighbourhood services committee will be asked to agree to £750,000 of work to kitchens, bathrooms, central heating and window replacement by the council’s construction services division.
Anne Rendall depute committee convener said: “These 99 properties across the city are ones which will benefit from this level of investment for tenants to create homes that are warm, modern and easy to heat.
“When similar work has been done in recent years in other council houses in every community around the city we have had supportive and positive feedback.”
If it gets the go ahead the window replacement work at properties in Midmill and heating kitchen and bathroom work at various sites across the city is likely to start later this month and be completed by spring next year.
The neighbourhood services committee meets on Monday (September 11).
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