Responses are already being received which will help lay the groundwork for the next Local Development Plan (LDP) for East Dunbartonshire.
East Dunbartonshire Council
Residents, businesses and groups are being invited to help prepare the way for a vital document which – when adopted – will guide the future use of land in East Dunbartonshire.
A new affordable housing development on the site of the former Lairdsland Primary School in Kirkintilloch has welcomed its first tenants.
Time is running out to apply for the latest round of the East Dunbartonshire Community Grants Scheme.
The latest round of funding from the East Dunbartonshire Community Grants Scheme is now open, with £71,017 available to be distributed.
East Dunbartonshire Council is due to set its first Budget in February for the 2023/24 financial year. Balancing the Council Budget will be no mean feat, with council papers this month showing that current forecasts are suggesting there could be a funding gap in the region of £20 million.
A new housing project at 68-78 Townhead in Kirkintilloch is underway to transform a vacant office building into eight high quality affordable homes available for rent from Caledonia Housing Association. This is the first restoration development of this type by Caledonia in East Dunbartonshire.
Some of Scotland’s longest standing vacant and derelict sites will be transformed into affordable housing, community gardens and places of enterprise and learning by awards from a £50 million programme. Ten schemes will share more than £5m from the low carbon Vacant and Derelict La
Cala Homes (West) has secured planning consent to create a vibrant new community in Fauldhead, Kirkintilloch, offering 228 private and affordable homes within a development that will enhance local biodiversity. East Dunbartonshire Council recommended the latest proposals for approval at planning com
The final tenants have now received the keys to their new homes in the flagship new development on the site of the former East Dunbartonshire Council HQ in Kirkintilloch.
East Dunbartonshire Council has agreed a £20.82 million housing capital budget for 2022/23 at its Special Council Meeting last week.
East Dunbartonshire Council is asking locals for their views on a blueprint to create business investment, jobs, accommodation for older people and opportunities for active travel.
East Dunbartonshire Council is seeking views on updates to guidance related to the East Dunbartonshire Local Development Plan (LDP). The LDP sets out policies and a framework to guide the determination of all planning applications received by the council.
The first tenants have received the keys to their brand new homes as the initial phase of East Dunbartonshire Council's Tom Johnston House site development in Kirkintilloch is now complete.
East Dunbartonshire Council services perform well, with high levels of customer satisfaction according to a new report published today by the Accounts Commission. Over the past four years, East Dunbartonshire Council has continued to improve many of its services and is focused on improving the quali