Clackmannanshire Council

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Clackmannanshire Council is encouraging community groups to apply for grants from the £100,000 Community Development Fund. The initiative aims to help regenerate and improve the physical environment and community facilities in the region.

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(from left) Julie Watson, Kingdom Housing Association senior development officer and Bill Banks, Kingdom Housing Association chief executive with new tenants John and Lynn Bell The first tenants are moving in to the latest housing development to be completed by Kingdom Housing Association in Clackma

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Over £13.5 million will be invested in council homes in Clackmannanshire during the forthcoming financial year as the local authority approved its annual budget. The investment, which will include new build housing, also saw councillors agree a rent increase of 3.5 per cent for 2016/17. The average

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Julie Watson from Kingdom hands over the keys to their new home to Mr and Mrs McAlpine An Alloa couple are celebrating Christmas with their son in a new house specially designed and built to meet the family's requirements after Kingdom Housing Association brought forward construction plans to meet t

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(from left) Kingdom chief executive Bill Banks, Gordon Saunders of Marshall Construction, Councillor Les Sharp, Ahsan Khan Clackammanshire Council’s head of housing, Kingdom chairman Charles Milne and Gary Bushnell, chief executive at hub East Central Scotland A partnership between Clackmannanshir

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From left to right: Charles Milne, Chairperson with Kingdom, Ahsan Khan, Head of Housing Clackmannanshire Council, Cllr Les Sharp, Council Leader and Convener of the Housing Health and Care Committee, Bill Banks, Chief Executive, Kingdom Work has started on a new affordable housing project created t

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Council staff have grave concerns about the future of public services in Stirling and Clackmannanshire, according to UNISON. The union has presented a report to senior managers in both Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils which raise grave concerns about plans to run Clackmannanshire's education s

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Clackmannanshire Council is in the early stages of a plan to further regenerate Alloa town centre by building affordable housing on a derelict site. Working in partnership with the Scottish Government, the council has acquired a significant piece of land at Primrose Street, Alloa, adjacent to the Sp

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A plan which will guide the future use and development of land in Clackmannanshire for the next 20 years has been approved at a Clackmannanshire Council meeting last week. The adopted Local Development Plan (LDP) for Clackmannanshire represents the council's position in terms of the policies it wish

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