West Dunbartonshire Council

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Fifteen victims of domestic abuse have come forward to request help from West Dunbartonshire Council in the first weeks of a groundbreaking new initiative. Launched in partnership with Police Scotland, Women’s Aid and the Scottish Federation of Housing Associations (SFHA), the No Home for Dome

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Kevin Stewart MSP unveils a plaque commemorating the development at La Scala Apartments, Graham Avenue Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, visited Clydebank this week to officially open new social housing developments by West Dunbartonshire Council and Clydebank Housi

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West Dunbartonshire Council has become the first social landlord in Scotland to introduce a zero tolerance policy on domestic abuse within its properties. The local authority has introduced measures which will ensure victims have immediate access to practical help and specialist legal assistance and

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Young people who were previously in care are set to benefit from increased support for moving into their first home. West Dunbartonshire Health & Social Care Partnership (HSCP) and West Dunbartonshire Council’s housing team have jointly developed a Leaving Care Housing Protocol outlining the o

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The third and final phase of Link Group Ltd’s 10-year regeneration project has been officially opened by West Dunbartonshire Council’s convener of housing, Councillor Diane Docherty. Construction of Dalmuir Phase 3 began in August 2016 using £2,276,640 funding from the Scottish Government. Buil

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Councillors in West Dunbartonshire have agreed a council house rent increase of below the rate of inflation for 2018/19. At West Dunbartonshire Council’s budget setting meeting this week, councillors unanimously approved a 2% rent increase following a widespread consultation with tenants.

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Cube Housing Association and West Dunbartonshire Council have unveiled plans to deliver 126 new affordable homes on the site of a former school in Clydebank. Under the detailed proposals submitted for planning, the 3.1-hectare site of the old St Andrew’s High School is to be split between 58 units

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Ambitious plans to make Clydebank the “greenest town in Scotland” have taken another step forward after councillors agreed a deal to purchase land to build a District Heating Network energy centre. Councillors agreed to release £450,000 to buy the required land from Clydeside Regeneration Limit

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Residents across West Dunbartonshire are being invited to have their say on how the council uses its resources in the year ahead. West Dunbartonshire Council's administration has prepared a draft budget for consultation with communities from a list of savings options identified by council officers t

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A new energy centre at Queens Quay could start generating heat by Autumn 2018 after planning permission was granted for the development at the £250 million regeneration project on the site of the former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank. Construction of the energy centre for the District Heat Ne

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