West Dunbartonshire Council

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Residents are being invited to apply for a share of £1 million to transform their local area as part of West Dunbartonshire Council’s Your Community initiative. Up to £25,000 is available for each of the 17 Your Community areas and individuals and groups can bid for up to £2,000 each to invest

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Residents are being encouraged to have their say on the future of housing in West Dunbartonshire. West Dunbartonshire Council’s new five-year Local Housing Strategy and investment plan is currently being developed, and residents have the chance to shape it by submitting their comments and ideas.

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Homeowners across most of Central Scotland are being encouraged to make alterations to their homes to ensure it continues to meet future needs, as Inverclyde, West Dunbartonshire and Clackmannanshire join 12 other local authorities in supporting the Scottish Government’s Help to Adapt scheme. Help

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West Dunbartonshire Council has urged residents to report rogue tradesmen after a rise in the number of fly-tipping incidents related to home improvement works. A significant amount of illegally dumped waste has been discovered in a number of areas across the region, including paving slabs and old g

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Cube Housing Association has submitted plan to West Dunbartonshire Council for a block of nine new flats on currently vacant land in Alexandria. The plans, if approved, would see nine two-bedroom flats go up on vacant land at the corner of Miller Road and Carrochan Road, which was the site of a pub

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The finished park set up for the opening ceremony Katherine Place Play Park in West Dunbartonshire has reopened to the public following a £10,000 refurbishment by Cordale Housing Association’s Community Environmental Fund.

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The results of an annual telephone survey have revealed a continued increased in residents’ satisfaction with West Dunbartonshire Council in 2015. The survey of 1,200 randomly selected residents was conducted by independent researchers on a range of key issues and service areas and shows that 87 p

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A new civic heart will be created at the former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank, after plans to redevelop the site were given the go ahead by councillors. The centrepiece of the development – which will include housing, retail and leisure outlets, and a health quarter – will be the refurbis

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Over 1,000 new homes could be built at Queens Quay in Clydebank if West Dunbartonshire Council approves a masterplan for the site this week. Detailed proposals have been put forward to planners outlining the vision for transforming the former John Brown’s shipyard, which has lain derelict for year

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St Andrew’s High Councillors have paved the way for the former St Andrew’s High and Braidfield High school sites in Clydebank to be regenerated with new homes.

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Councillors in West Dunbartonshire have agreed to a four per cent increase in rent for council tenants to help fund £114 million worth of improvements for tenants. The rent rise is nearly 50 per cent lower than planned when West Dunbartonshire Council agreed its rent strategy in 2012 to fund the up

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Councillors in West Dunbartonshire will be asked to consider writing off historical debts from former council tenants at a meeting next week. Members of West Dunbartonshire Council’s housing and communities committee will decide on Wednesday 3 February whether to agree the removal of arrears total

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