West Dunbartonshire Council

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(l to r): Back row: Paul Ainsworth and Gary Whyte (co-team leaders at the project), Morag MacLeod, key worker. Front row: Service user Charles Wilson (yellow t-shirt), Key worker Bryan Kerr, and service user Andrew Curley A unique West Dunbartonshire homeless project has supported more than 100 peop

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Martin Rooney, leader of West Dunbartonshire Council joins Cube tenants and staff, staff from Wheatley Group, Cube’s parent organisation, as well as representatives of West Dunbartonshire Council, the Scottish Government and contractors CCG, at the opening of new Cube homes in Beardmore Place, Dal

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Plans to turn a former Dumbarton town centre office building into ten new flats have been approved by West Dunbartonshire Council. The application was made by JCR Development Limited for a site at 127-133 High Street.

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Clydebank East residents and local councillors were given a look at what the future could hold when they visited a nearby regeneration project. West Dunbartonshire Council approved plans to develop a regeneration strategy for Clydebank East earlier this year and after consultation with residents the

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An artist’s impression of how the new homes planned for Beardmore Street may look Cube Housing Association has submitted plans to build 20 new flats in Clydebank.

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Councillor Gail Casey, chairperson of West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership, with ladies from Dalreoch Day Centre and Dalreoch House (from left) Margaret McInally, Lorna Dennett (front), Betty Wilson, Cllr Gail Casey (front), Ann Jennings, and Jenny Campbell (front) Four West Dunbar

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A very early artist’s impression of how the site might look Fifty new homes for social rent in Dumbarton are being planned by Cube Housing Association.

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Jackie Baillie MSP with Bield chair Gerry O'Sullivan An innovative housing development in Dumbarton has been hailed as a shining example of how high quality and affordable homes can be provided for older people.

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Owners of empty homes in West Dunbartonshire could be eligible for refunds after councillors approved backdated changes to Council Tax charges. In April 2014, West Dunbartonshire Council was keen to get local empty homes back into use and introduced a policy which meant owners of empty homes could b

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West Dunbartonshire Council tenants are being consulted on proposals to reduce weekly rent charges by spreading payments over the whole year instead of 47 weeks. The move is a response to the introduction of Universal Credit, which means some tenants now receive a single monthly benefit payment to m

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Cube Housing Association has announced plans to build 31 houses for social rent in Dumbarton. Subject to planning and other approvals, work on the homes in Carrick Terrace is expected to start in April 2016.

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West Dunbartonshire Council has defended its evictions approach saying the method is only ever used as a last resort. An increase in evictions by the local authority from eight last year to 34 this year has been described as “very worrying” by housing charity Shelter Scotland.

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