|North Lanarkshire||2015||2014||Annual Change|
|Average property price||£119,164||£114,045||4.50%|
|Volume of sales||5023||4625||8.60%|
This report displays the average asking prices for property for sale in Lanarkshire for each month from October 2007 to September 2016. The price trends are broken down by property type and number of bedrooms.
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North Lanarkshire is one of 32 council areas of Scotland. It borders onto the northeast of the City of Glasgow and contains much of Glasgow's suburbs and commuter towns and villages. It also borders East Dunbartonshire, Falkirk, Stirling, South Lanarkshire and West Lothian. The council covers parts of the traditional counties of Dunbartonshire, Lanarkshire and Stirlingshire.
The area was formed in 1996, largely made up from the Cumbernauld and Kilsyth, Motherwell and parts from the former Monklands District Council (1975-1996) as well as significant elements of Strathclyde Regional Council.
Within North Lanarkshire, there are 120 primary schools, 23 secondary schools, 13 special schools, 16 nursery establishments and 73 nursery classes incorporated within mainstream educational establishments and 6 special educational needs nursery classes.
Public transport information is available from Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, First Glasgow and ScotRail. All telephone enquiries for public transport timetable information should be directed to Traveline Scotland on 0871 200 22 33. Local bus timetables are also available from our libraries information services offices in Motherwell, Coatbridge and Cumbernauld.
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) provides a whole range of travel services including local rail, Glasgow underground, MyBus, MYBus rural, ferries, and buses.
Tickets and travel passes are available including, Zone Cards, day Tickets, and Subway Tickets.
SPT also administers a Concessionary Travel scheme for elderly and disabled people on behalf of North Lanarkshire and other west of Scotland councils. As of 30 September 2002 elderly and disabled people can get free concessionary travel on buses.
Young Scot web site provides information on travel discounts for young people, which includes the National Entitlement Card.
FirstGroup provides an information service which tells you which of their buses go to particular locations, including hospitals, visitor attractions and sports facilities.
Similarly, ScotRail's website includes train timetable and ticket information and you can book your journey online. The National Rail site is the main official website for the UK passenger rail industry and provides journey planning, service alterations, live departure boards and a range of other useful rail related information.
The UK Travelline website covers all travel by rail, air, coach, bus, ferry, metro and tram within the UK, (including the Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Northern Ireland) and between the UK and Ireland. Plus all rail, ferry and coach travel between the UK and mainland Europe. It includes timetables, fares, ticket-types, passenger facilities and lots more.
The Transport Direct website is the only website that offers information for door-to-door travel for both public transport and car journeys around Britain. Their aim is to provide you with comprehensive, easy-to-use travel information to help you plan your journeys effectively and efficiently.
The three closest airport to North Lanarkshire are Glasgow, Prestwick International and Edinburgh. Each of their websites provides information on flight timetables, arrivals bookings etc.