East Dunbartonshire Council

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Local residents are being offered the chance to find out more about proposals to build around 50 affordable homes in Kirkintilloch at two public events. Bield Housing and Care is working with East Dunbartonshire Council on proposals to build the housing on a site known locally as Cleddans Playing Fi

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The number of tenants in East Dunbartonshire who are happy with the council as a landlord has increased, according to feedback from a recent tenant’s satisfaction survey. The main aim of the study was to research tenants' satisfaction in relation to a range of core services provided by East Dunbar

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An appeal against East Dunbartonshire Council’s decision to reject plans for housing on greenbelt land has been dismissed by the Scottish Government. The local authority’s Planning Board unanimously agreed on 8 November 2016 to refuse planning permission in principle for housing on land at Weste

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A decision by East Dunbartonshire Council to reject a new housing development in Milton of Campsie has been overturned by Scottish Ministers. An application by CALA Management/Ashfield Land to build 57 new homes on a greenbelt site near Birdston Road was refused planning permission in January on gro

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East Dunbartonshire Council has launched its new Local Housing Strategy (LHS) which will work towards directing housing investment and developing housing services across the locality over the next five years. The Strategy, which will cover the period 2017-2022, has been produced in partnership with

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Eleven more local authorities in Scotland have set their respective budgets for the upcoming year, four of which have opted for a voluntary freeze in Council Tax. Aberdeen City Council set its 2017/18 budget and outlined plans for the next phase of its transformation programme.

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A joint economic action plan between eight councils is aiming to deliver 110,000 new homes around the Glasgow City Region. The move, the first of its kind in Scotland, will see the authorities pursue a common economic strategy between now and the year 2035.

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Plans for a new housing development in East Dunbartonshire have been rejected by councillors. An application by CALA Management/Ashfield Land proposed to build 57 new homes on a greenbelt site near Birdston Road, Milton of Campsie.

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The people of East Dunbartonshire are being invited to have their say on the area’s new draft Housing Strategy. East Dunbartonshire Council’s draft strategy, which will cover the period 2017-2022, has been produced in partnership with tenants, residents, registered social landlords, elected memb

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East Dunbartonshire Council and Antonine and Hillhead housing associations have launched a key amnesty across the region to help free up homes for those in genuine need. As part of the amnesty, council and housing association tenants who have made a false housing application, are subletting their ho

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The Planning Board of East Dunbartonshire Council has reiterated its call for a planning inquiry to be held to determine an appeal against refused permission to build 140 homes on greenbelt near Torrance. The council has spoken out against the Scottish Government's decision to call in the appeal by

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A decision by East Dunbartonshire Council to reject a new housing development has been ‘called in’ by Scottish Ministers. Proposals to build 140 homes on greenbelt land within Tower Farm near Torrance were rejected by the Planning Board in December last year.

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