West Dunbartonshire Council

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Falkirk and West Dunbartonshire councils are leading the way in self-awareness by piloting HouseMark Scotland’s new Embedding Excellence Programme. The two HouseMark Scotland members are pioneering the new audited self-assessment programme that is designed to help landlords to excel by assessi

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West Dunbartonshire Council’s work to engage with tenants has been recognised as among the best in the country. The Tenant Participation Advisory Service Scotland (TPAS Scotland) awarded the Housing team a gold accreditation - the highest rating available for local authorities.

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Homelessness in West Dunbartonshire has declined by nine per cent since the introduction of a new initiative designed to help tackle the issue. The "More than a Roof" initiative was launched by West Dunbartonshire Council in 2017 and aims to ensure homeless people and those at risk of becoming homel

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Plans to build 55 affordable new council homes on the site of the former primary school site in Dumbarton have been approved by councillors. The 1.9-acre area has been empty since the former Aitkenbar Primary School was demolished in 2016, following its relocation to a purpose built shared campus ne

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Cube Housing Association has completed a £5 million development of 31 new homes and a local shop to bring an empty site in Dumbarton back to life. For years residents in the Castlehill area wanted to see new life breathed into a site in Carrick Terrace where the tenement homes had become unpop

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More than 40 local projects are celebrating after being awarded a share of West Dunbartonshire Council’s Community Budgeting fund. From community orchards to building improvements a vast array of groups and community projects will be supported by the fund.

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