East Dunbartonshire

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Hundreds of construction jobs and more than 400 homes are set to be created as work starts on three development sites in East Dunbartonshire over the coming months. CALA Homes (West) said it anticipates the sites in Bishopbriggs, Lenzie and Kirkintilloch will deliver around 444 direct construction j

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Planning applications have been lodged for three new early years facilities in East Dunbartonshire. Holmes Miller has submitted plans on behalf of the local authority and its delivery partner hub West Scotland for the centres in Milngavie, Kirkintilloch and Bearsden.

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CALA Homes (West) has completed the acquisition of a brownfield site in Bishopbriggs and announced it is set to invest £150 million into East Dunbartonshire as part of a major long-term commitment. The Bishopbriggs development will deliver 135 new homes, including 34 affordable, on a 19-acre s

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East Dunbartonshire Council has been given the green light to build a new additional support needs school in Kirkintilloch. Scottish Government Ministers have confirmed that they will not be calling in the council’s decision to close Campsie View and Merkland Schools and to build the new schoo

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Trust Housing Association is building 35 new homes across two sites in East Dunbartonshire. A development at St. Mungo Street in Bishopbriggs comprises 16 two-bedroom flats which will be made available for mid-market rent. A second development on Main Street in Torrance will provide 19 two-bedroom f

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A landmark building in Bearsden has been praised as part of a prestigious UK-wide awards scheme, following a major rejuvenation and extension project. Kilmardinny House was shortlisted for Civic Building of the Year by SPACES (Society for Public Architecture, Construction, Engineering and Surveying)

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CALA Homes (West) and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde have been granted planning approval from East Dunbartonshire Council for a development of 163 private and affordable homes at the former Broomhill Hospital in Kirkintilloch. The application was unanimously approved by the planning board, subject to

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A proposal to transform the site of the former headquarters of East Dunbartonshire Council into social housing is one step closer. The proposed plan for the Kirktintilloch site is for 98 affordable homes including a mixture of one, two and three bed flats, two bed cottage flats, of which four are wh

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A typical CALA street scene CALA Homes (West) has finalised the provision of significant community benefits for its planned development at Jellyhill in Bishopbriggs, through an agreement with East Dunbartonshire Council.

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A new £10 million primary school in Bearsden has been handed over by Morgan Sindall. The school, designed for 450 pupils, has enabled the co-location of two former schools which were in need of modernisation.

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