Clackmannanshire Council

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Austin-Smith:Lord has submitted plans on behalf of hub East Central Scotland in partnership with Clackmannanshire Council for the upgrading of a traveller site in Alva.

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Clackmannanshire Council has agreed spending on services for the year ahead as part of a budget setting process which seeks to transform service delivery and with a strong focus on investment-led recovery. At a Special Council Meeting held on Friday, councillors approved a revenue budget of £1

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Clackmannanshire residents will have the opportunity to give their views on future leisure and wellbeing facilities next week. Clackmannanshire Council staff will be out and about across the county gathering views via a quick, five-question survey.

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Clackmannanshire Council has approved a revenue budget of £131.868 million to spend on services in 2021/2022 as well as a capital budget programme of £255m for the next 20 years. Earlier this month, councillors agreed to freeze council tax in April and also agreed a net resourc

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A successful partnership project has ensured that even more isolated people are now connected to the internet. Clackmannanshire Council has been working with third sector organisations in Clackmannanshire and the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO) to ensure local residents benefitte

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A council tax freeze has been agreed by Clackmannanshire Council. The decision was made by councillors yesterday and follows confirmation that the Scottish Government will compensate local authorities who choose to freeze Council Tax in the next financial year to help protect the household incomes o

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A one year rent freeze for housing tenants has been agreed by Clackmannanshire Council. Councillors made the decision this week after hearing that 69% of tenants responding to a survey strongly agreed/agreed with a proposed rent freeze.

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A new community-based partnership project has been established to support people in Alloa South and East. The Food Top-Up Scheme brings together Clackmannanshire Council’s Community Learning and Development Team, Wimpy Park Community Group, Clax 1400, Morrisons supermarket and 6th year pupils

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Kingdom Housing Association and its contractor Campion Homes have made a joint donation of £1,000 to Alloa charity The Gate for the purchase of foodbank supplies to support local families in need this Christmas. Kingdom is working in partnership with Clackmannanshire Council and Camp

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