West Dunbartonshire Council

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Residents across West Dunbartonshire are being invited to have their say on how the council uses its resources in the year ahead. West Dunbartonshire Council's administration has prepared a draft budget for consultation with communities from a list of savings options identified by council officers t

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A new energy centre at Queens Quay could start generating heat by Autumn 2018 after planning permission was granted for the development at the £250 million regeneration project on the site of the former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank. Construction of the energy centre for the District Heat Ne

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A range of options which would save West Dunbartonshire Council up to £4 million in financial year 2018/19 and close a predicted budget shortfall is set to be presented to councillors. A report to the full council meeting on December 20 will outline proposals to address the difference between the f

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Community groups in West Dunbartonshire are invited to apply for up to £5,000 of funding in the third phase of a Community Budgeting initiative. West Dunbartonshire Council would like to hear from groups who are keen to invest in community projects that will improve the lives of residents.

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West Dunbartonshire Council has set out its ambitious vision for the next five years to deliver high quality services with the emphasis on improving the lives of residents and reducing inequality. Led by priorities identified by local people, the Strategic Plan outlines the future direction for the

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Satisfaction among West Dunbartonshire Council tenants is increasing, according to the latest Scottish Social Housing Charter Performance Report. The council’s fourth such report was published last week and it reveals that more tenants are happy with most areas of the council’s housing service w

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Plans have been submitted for a new energy centre at Queens Quay which developers say could make Clydebank become the “greenest town in Scotland”. The proposed facility for the District Heat Network will form part of the first phase of development at the £250 million regeneration project on the

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The Scottish Government has given its approval to plans for new homes in Clydebank after meeting with West Dunbartonshire Council over the plans. The proposals will see 40 new units completed in Singer Street by early 2018 with another 345 targeted for build in the next five years.

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West Dunbartonshire Council has been named the Best Public Sector Employer in the UK in the 2017 UK Top Employers for Working Families Awards. The council won the prestigious national award for its flexible and family-friendly policies at a special awards ceremony in London.

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Balloch and Haldane residents are enjoying a new state-of-the-art digital learning centre and improved facilities following a £100,000 refurbishment of the area’s library. The library was officially re-opened following the makeover which has improved the interior and exterior, and also seen the n

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The regeneration of Clydebank’s Queens Quay has taken a major step forward as councillors unanimously agreed the purchase of land on which almost 200 social houses will be built. At a meeting of West Dunbartonshire Council’s housing and communities committee last week, elected members approved a

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