West Dunbartonshire Council

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A new policy has been introduced to strengthen West Dunbartonshire Council’s approach to preventing and addressing domestic abuse in a housing and homelessness setting. The policy, which was updated to reflect new national legislation, incorporates the existing No Home For Domestic Abuse appro

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A new West Dunbartonshire Council housing development in Alexandria has been shortlisted for a prestigious national award. Creveul Court has been named as a finalist in the Scottish Home Awards in the Affordable Housing Development of the Year (social rent) category.

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John Kerr, housing development and homelessness manager at West Dunbartonshire Council and a member of CIH Scotland’s Board, discusses what can be done to end youth homelessness in Scotland. As we emerge from the darkness of the pandemic into the ‘new normal’ most commentary is con

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Consulting engineer Will Rudd Davidson (Edinburgh) has completed complex engineering works at Dumbarton Harbour to provide waterfront access for the first time in 150 years and enable the delivery of almost 200 affordable homes.

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West Dunbartonshire Council has set out its ambitions to advance equality and promote diversity and inclusion in West Dunbartonshire.  The four year Equality Outcomes & Mainstreaming Report, presented to the Corporate Services Committee this week, details the council’s commitment

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West Dunbartonshire Council has launched a consultation to seek feedback on future options for the Brunswick House, Montreal House and Quebec House developments in Clydebank. The blocks, originally constructed in 1964, were identified for review by the council’s Better Homes Board due to unpop

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A future housing development site in Bonhill has been chosen by West Dunbartonshire Council for a new pilot scheme of Passivhaus energy efficient homes. Innovative homes generally need 90% less energy for heating and hot water than standard buildings and so have very low running costs.

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West Dunbartonshire Council has set its budget for the year ahead with a focus on helping the area recover from the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2021/22 budget reflects the significant impact of the pandemic and details of spending for the coming year included investment in additional community empowermen

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West Dunbartonshire Council has agreed to write off irrecoverable debts owed to the council after "exhausting all avenues" for collection. The money includes uncollectable miscellaneous debt of £83,000 dating back to 2017, of which more than £15,000 is due by residents who died with

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