Community groups are being invited to bid for grants to support projects which will benefit West Dunbartonshire communities. A total of £471,000 is available through the Place Based Investment Programme, and any group based in or delivering services to West Dunbartonshire is eligible to apply.
Residents are being encouraged to share their views to help West Dunbartonshire Council strengthen its anti-social behaviour support. The online survey has been launched to gather opinions and information about the issues facing residents as well as the impact of persistent anti-social behaviour on
Proposals for a new housing development on the site of a former Clydebank care home are moving forward after a contractor was appointed. The proposed supported living development aims to provide 19 homes, comprising cottage and tenement flats and terraced bungalows.
The site of a former day care centre in Clydebank could be transformed into social housing after it was sold to a developer. West Dunbartonshire Council has sold a site at Auchentoshan Estate for a price of £225,000 plus VAT. The site was home to a day care centre until it closed in
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
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