East Dunbartonshire Council

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East Dunbartonshire Council has agreed to a 3.5% increase in council housing rent as part of its housing revenue and capital budget for 2019/20. The average weekly rent will increase from £73.27 to £75.83 over a 52-week period, an average weekly increase of £2.56.

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Residents are being asked for their views on proposals to build around 90 affordable homes in Kirkintilloch at a public event. East Dunbartonshire Council, along with development partner hub West Scotland, are proposing to develop the site of the former council headquarters at Tom Johnston House. Th

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East Dunbartonshire Council has announced a consultation on a proposed Local Development Plan. The Local Development Plan 2 (LDP) will set the future use and protection of land in East Dunbartonshire by establishing where new development should be. It covers issues of housing, transport, town centre

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East Dunbartonshire Council has agreed to increase the capital budget for its open market purchase scheme from £1.33 million to up to £3.9m for 2018/19. The decision supports Priority 1 of the council’s Local Housing Strategy which is to enable a suitable, efficient and affordable supply of hous

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CALA Homes (West) and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have been granted planning approval from East Dunbartonshire Council for a development of 163 private and affordable homes at the former Broomhill Hospital in Kirkintilloch. The application was unanimously approved by the planning board, subject to

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A proposal to transform the site of the former headquarters of East Dunbartonshire Council into social housing is one step closer. The proposed plan for the Kirktintilloch site is for 98 affordable homes including a mixture of one, two and three bed flats, two bed cottage flats, of which four are wh

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Local residents are being offered the chance to find out more about proposals to build 38 affordable homes in Kirkintilloch at a public event. As part of the Kirkintilloch Town Centre Masterplan, East Dunbartonshire Council is proposing to develop affordable housing at the former Lairdsland Primary

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CALA Homes (West) has commenced its new housing development at Birnam Crescent in Bearsden. The development of 20 homes is being constructed on an area of land on Bearsden’s eastern periphery that was previously allocated for housing in the Local Development Plan (LDP).

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CALA Homes (West) has welcomed a Notice of Intention to allow an appeal and grant permission on its proposed development at Meadowburn, Bishopbriggs. The decision from the Planning and Environment Appeals Division (DPEA) means that East Dunbartonshire Council’s planning board’s original decision

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