West Dunbartonshire Council

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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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Council tenants throughout West Dunbartonshire say they are more satisfied than ever with their housing services. A report to the council’s housing and communities committee shows the vast majority of its performance statistics have positively improved in the last year. These standards are set by

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The former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank, famous for building some of the world’s greatest ships, is set to be unlocked for future development after an ambitious £15 million plan was signed. The deal will see essential infrastructure and ground works undertaken on the site, and more import

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Councillors have unanimously rejected proposals to allow a greenfield site in Duntocher to be opened up for housing development. West Dunbartonshire Council’s planning committee was directed to approve a Scottish Government ministers recommendation to include the Duntiglennan Fields site into

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A new partnership responsible for health and social care provision across West Dunbartonshire will be established on July 1. The West Dunbartonshire Health & Social Care Partnership Board brings together representatives from the West Dunbartonshire Council and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, and

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West Dunbartonshire Council has achieved the national housing standard for more than 9,400 of its homes after a successful £81 million investment. The project, which is the largest scale housing investment in the council’s history, included replacing 1,700 bathrooms and 800 kitchens and upgrading

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