West Dunbartonshire

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Discount supermarket chain Lidl has submitted an application for planning permission to build a new store in Alexandria. The proposal details a building with a sales area of 1,251 square metres, as well as an in-store bakery, customer toilets with baby changing facilities, and parking

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A bid by West Dunbartonshire Council to overturn the Scottish Government’s approval of 99 homes on greenbelt land in Clydebank has been refused by the UK Supreme Court. Councillors had unanimously opposed the original plans by Barratt Homes for the development at Duntiglennan Fi

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Clydebank Housing Association (CHA) has officially opened its new Linnvale Development comprising 24 new homes for social rent. Cruden Building, part of the Cruden Group, delivered the £4.6 million affordable housing development on schedule at Dalton Avenue/Attlee Avenue on the site of the for

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Dunbritton Housing Association (DHA) and West Dunbartonshire Council have officially opened the Dumbarton Harbour development. The site comprising of one, two, and three-bedroom properties including main-stream housing, wheelchair-accessible properties, and properties let to care providers for suppo

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A project which will see the B-listed Smollett Fountain in Alexandria restored and enhancements introduced is to commence in May, West Dunbartonshire Council has confirmed.

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