West Dunbartonshire

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Plans for a new state-of-the-art health centre in Clydebank will be submitted to the Scottish Government’s Capital Investment Group for funding after NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde approved an Outline Business Case (OBC) for the facility. The health centre, along with a new care home, will form t

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West Dunbartonshire Council has submitted a planning application for a new Dalmonach Community and Early Education Childcare Centre. The application proposes the “erection of community and early learning centre building and glazed link to existing centre” at First Avenue in Bonhill.

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CCG and Lidl UK have submitted a pre-application notice to West Dunbartonshire Council ahead of a future planning application for the retail and residential redevelopment of the Mitchell Way Site in Alexandria Town Centre. Working in partnership with architects Cooper Cromar and Glasgow-based develo

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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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Aerial view of Bowling and the River Clyde Plans for a £28 million transformation of the former Exxon site in Bowling, West Dunbartonshire have taken a major step forward after councillors approved an Outline Business Case.

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The collapse of a road in Clydebank has been attributed to historic mine workings buried deep underground, specialist engineers have confirmed. West Dunbartonshire Council called in the Coal Authority after a large deep hole appeared on the Kilbowie Road earlier this month.

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Plans have been unveiled to demolish a distillery tower in Dumbarton town centre to make for new affordable homes. Under plans currently being considered by West Dunbartonshire Council, Dunbritton Housing Association will develop 155 affordable homes on the former Ballantine’s Distillery site.

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A key site in the centre of Clydebank looks set to be transformed after West Dunbartonshire Council approved plans to sell the plot to a major developer. The Play Drome and surrounding land in Abbotsford Road will be redeveloped for retail and leisure uses with a new town square and pocket park crea

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(from left) Peter Barry, strategic lead for housing; Councillor David McBride, convener of housing; housing manager John Kerr and tenant Liam Cavan West Dunbartonshire Council has unveiled an ambitious housing masterplan which will see 1000 new homes developed for rent in the area over the next five

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Ambitious plans to use water from the River Clyde to heat homes and businesses in Clydebank have moved forward after West Dunbartonshire Council agreed the next step in securing funding for a £12 million high-tech heating system. The development would see water extracted from the River Clyde throug

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Morgan Sindall and West Dunbartonshire Council representatives join staff and pupils at the turf cutting ceremony Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has broken ground on the construction of a purpose-built £15.3 million education campus in Balloch, West Dunbartonshire.

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Scotch whisky firm Chivas Brothers has revealed plans to build a new £40 million bottling facility in Dumbarton. The company will close its operations in Paisley and relocate all employees to the new Kilmalid site over the next three years.

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