West Dunbartonshire Council

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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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West Dunbartonshire Council did not place anyone presenting as homeless in bed and breakfast accommodation last year, according to new figures. The council has scrapped the use of B&Bs for homeless people, with just one being placed in a B&B in 2017/18 and just six in 2017/17, the Clydebank

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A new approach to ensure homeless people in West Dunbartonshire are fast-tracked to settled accommodation has been approved by councillors. The Rapid Rehousing Transition Programme – titled Home at the Heart – will ensure that minimal time is spent in temporary homes.

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West Dunbartonshire Council is running a series of events to help residents become more involved in their communities. The workshops will encourage participants to share their ideas on what can be done to make it easier for people to get involved in improving their local community. Residents will al

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West Dunbartonshire Council’s innovative housing scheme to support care leavers into accommodation has been nominated for an award. The Leaving Care Housing Protocol ensures young people who were previously looked-after have support to achieve independence and stability in the community.

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West Dunbartonshire Council’s homelessness service will be working around the clock this Christmas to ensure nobody is left out in the cold. As well as their usual office hours, the teams will provide 24-hour assistance, advice and support to anybody who finds themselves homeless over the fest

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Work to construct West Dunbartonshire Council’s new high-tech heating system in Clydebank has officially begun. The £15 million project, which is part of the regeneration of the former John Brown Shipyard, will see the area’s homes, businesses and some public buildings heated by water taken fro

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Work on West Dunbartonshire Council’s new multi-million pound care home in Clydebank has officially begun. The £14 million project – part of the Queens Quay development – will provide accommodation for 84 people, and up to 50 more at a day care centre.

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