Over 100 Council Dwellings in Blyth Slated for Demolition to Address Modern Housing Needs

Northumberland County Council has given the green light to demolish over 100 council homes in Blyth, citing limited demand and the necessity for more suitable, energy-efficient housing options. The decision, ratified during the council's recent cabinet meeting, targets 65 flats and 38 maisonettes identified...

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