Dunbritton Housing Association

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Taylor Wimpey West Scotland and Helensburgh Golf Club can confirm that its detailed planning application for a newly modernised Helensburgh Golf Club and a residential development to the north of Machrie Drive/Kent Drive on land at East Abercromby Street have been submitted to Argyll and Bute Counci

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Consulting engineer Will Rudd Davidson (Edinburgh) has completed complex engineering works at Dumbarton Harbour to provide waterfront access for the first time in 150 years and enable the delivery of almost 200 affordable homes.

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Construction and residential development company JB Bennett (Contracts) Ltd is celebrating a series of new contract wins in Scotland’s social housing sector. The Cumbernauld-based firm began work last month on the construction of six residential blocks consisting of 45 units at Dumbarton Harbo

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Dunbritton Housing Association has won the Rural and Islands Housing Association Forum (RIHAF) Development of the Year Award for 2019. This award was made in recognition of Dunbritton’s most recent rural development of 26 social housing properties at Bruce Court, Succoth in the village of

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In a bid to further increase the provision of new affordable homes West Dunbartonshire Council has formed a new partnership with local housing associations and is to consider the introduction of alternative tenures at a development in Clydebank East.

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The depute leader of Argyll and Bute Council has been censured for failing to declare an interest in Dunbritton Housing Association. Cllr Gary Mulvaney failed to declare a non-financial interest in the housing association at a council meeting in December 2017, The Lochside Press reports.

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Dunbritton Housing Association took part in a Responsible Dog Ownership roadshow with The Dogs Trust in Churchill, Helensburgh last month. The Dogs Trust works with local authorities, housing associations, stakeholders and the general public across Scotland to address dog-related problems, deliver g

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A document which sets out Argyll and Bute Council’s shared vision and investment priorities for the area’s housing sector over the next five years has been submitted to the Scottish Government for ministerial approval. The Local Housing Strategy was developed in partnership with the Scottish Gov

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