Shona Robison MSP heard for herself how new homes can change people’s lives when Loretto tenant Stanislava Petrova and son Lubomir were welcomed into their new home at Queens Quay in Clydebank this week. The cabinet secretary for social justice, housing and local government heard how
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A new system which allows West Dunbartonshire Council tenants to access and update their information online has been launched. The self-service portal means tenants will be able to log on to check the status of their tenancy, log repairs, make rent payments and access general information about their
A bid by West Dunbartonshire Council to overturn the Scottish Government’s approval of 99 homes on greenbelt land in Clydebank has been refused by the UK Supreme Court. Councillors had unanimously opposed the original plans by Barratt Homes for the development at Duntiglennan Fi
Residents are being given the opportunity to shape West Dunbartonshire Council's priorities for the next five years. A draft Strategic Plan has been created for 2022-2027 which focuses on a number of key objectives, including empowering communities; promoting health and wellbeing; increasing the sup
More than £83,000 has been invested in West Dunbartonshire communities as part of West Dunbartonshire Council’s More Homes initiative. Contracts for every new housing development require developers to commit to delivering social, economic and environmental benefits for communities includ
Preventative measures to support households at risk of becoming homeless have been well received in West Dunbartonshire. Proactive initiatives to prevent homelessness are now a permanent part of West Dunbartonshire Council’s homelessness service.
A range of renewable and sustainable technologies will be rolled out into all new West Dunbartonshire Council homes as part of a commitment to reduce carbon emissions in the area. All new builds developed will continue to use solar roof panels where possible to harness energy from sunlight, directly
Dunbritton Housing Association (DHA) and West Dunbartonshire Council have officially opened the Dumbarton Harbour development. The site comprising of one, two, and three-bedroom properties including main-stream housing, wheelchair-accessible properties, and properties let to care providers for suppo
A new strategy outlining West Dunbartonshire Council’s vision and plan for housing and housing services in the area for the next five years has been launched.
West Dunbartonshire Council’s pioneering heating network has been honoured with another prestigious national award.
The former Playdrome site in Clydebank is set to be transformed into a housing development after a £5.675 million sale.
West Dunbartonshire Council’s pioneering heating network has been shortlisted for another prestigious national award.
West Dunbartonshire Council’s chief executive Joyce White has announced her intention to move on from her post this summer. Ms White has been at the helm of the organisation for more than 10 years and has been responsible for the management of a wide range of operations and key council service
More development space could be given to housing instead of retail as part of a new vision for Clydebank created to ensure development generates longstanding improvements in line with community aspirations. The development framework sets out a 15-year vision for Clydebank, with the aim of re-establi
A report assessing West Dunbartonshire Council’s housing service has highlighted a number of positive improvements in the past year. The Scottish Social Housing Charter Performance report shows the service continues to perform well in a number areas, despite facing significant resource and log