East Dunbartonshire Council
A decision by East Dunbartonshire Council to reject a new housing development has been ‘called in’ by Scottish Ministers.
Published 12 April 2016
Tenants requesting repairs to their homes are to benefit from new digital technology introduced by East Dunbartonshire Council.
Published 24 February 2016
A council advertising campaign aimed at tackling the issue of rent arrears is underway in East Dunbartonshire.
Published 2 February 2016
Work has been completed on a £3.5 million transformation project in East Dunbartonshire.
Published 18 January 2016
East Dunbartonshire Council has unanimously rejected plans to build 140 homes on greenbelt on the outskirts of the village of Torrance.
Published 22 December 2015
East Dunbartonshire Council has carried out its biggest ever survey of its houses to find out how many of the authority’s homes complied with Scottish Housing Quality Standards (SHQS).
Published 19 October 2015
East Dunbartonshire Council is the only local authority in Scotland to have reported instances of housing tenancy fraud to the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal and to have criminal proceedings instigated as a result of their investigations.
Published 16 September 2015
East Dunbartonshire Council risks the long-term sustainability of its services if it does not close the gap between the council’s ambitions and delivering these on the ground, the local government spending watchdog has warned.
Published 4 June 2015
Trust Housing Association and East Dunbartonshire Council’s new mid market rent development recently opened, and as responsible landlords, Trust and the council were keen to get some feedback from tenants.
Published 7 May 2015
Special guest TV weatherman Sean Batty was on hand this week to officially open Trust Housing Association and East Dunbartonshire Council’s new mid market rent development at Southbank Road, Kirkintilloch.
Published 24 April 2015
An affordable housing development in Kirkintilloch is to be opened by Trust Housing Association and East Dunbartonshire Council next week.
Published 13 April 2015