West Dunbartonshire

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Plans for a Lidl outlet, new homes and retail units at Mitchell Way, in Alexandria, have been given the go ahead by West Dunbartonshire Council. A preferred developer has been approved to take forward the redevelopment of this key site in the centre of the town.

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St Andrew’s High Councillors have paved the way for the former St Andrew’s High and Braidfield High school sites in Clydebank to be regenerated with new homes.

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Councillors in West Dunbartonshire have agreed to £114 million worth of improvements for council homes. Agreed as part of the local authority’s 2016/17 budget, the investment will allow the council to carry out 170 kitchen replacements and 120 new bathrooms, replace and modernise over 300 heating

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Morgan Sindall is to construct a new co-located primary school and nursery campus in Bellsmyre, as part of West Dunbartonshire Council’s plan to update its schools estate. Along with the design team, the firm was appointed by hub West Scotland, West Dunbartonshire Council’s development partner r

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Councillors have voted to withdraw plans to develop a new education campus in Alexandria incorporating two schools, an early learning centre and a specialist language unit. West Dunbartonshire Council's educational services committee approved a recommendation from council officers to pull the plan f

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Councillor David McBride, West Dunbartonshire Council spokesperson for housing and communities; Cube chair Liz Ruine; Cube board member Jackie Barnes; and Richard Cairns, West Dunbartonshire Council’s executive director, infrastructure and regeneration at the launch of Wheatley Group’s five-year

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Proposals for a new £17 million education campus in Alexandria have been recommended for refusal by planning officials who have instructed councillors to concentrate on updating the existing school estate. West Dunbartonshire Council will decide later this month on the proposal which will incorpora

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Twenty new flats for elderly and disabled residents in Clydebank have been given the go ahead. The proposal to build two blocks of four-storey flats, which will be linked by a central glazed lobby, was granted planning permission on Wednesday.

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Chris McNeill, West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) head of community health and care services, Councillor Gail Casey, chair of WD HSCP board, and Keith Redpath, WD HSCP chief officer, join other representatives for the official sod cutting at the site of the new multi-milli

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Margaret Burgess MSP, Councillor Patrick McGlinchey and Councillor David McBride hand over the keys to representatives from the two businesses which have moved into the units Thirteen new workshops at Vale of Leven Industrial Estate were officially opened this week as the first businesses were welco

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A £15.4 million project to build a new purpose-built education campus in Balloch has been submitted for planning. Holmes Miller, in tandem with Morgan Sindall and West Dunbartonshire Council, are behind plans for the Balloch Shared Campus, a new school on the site of the existing St Kessog’s Prim

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Plans for the new West Dunbartonshire Council offices in Dumbarton took another step forward yesterday after planning permission for the project was granted by councillors. Work to transform the A-listed former Academy Building into modern, fit-for-purpose office space is now expected to start early

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Councillors are to consider proposals to invest in creating new sport facilities across West Dunbartonshire. The plans include developing an all-weather athletics facility, football park and changing rooms at Posties Park in Dumbarton and the creation of a new synthetic pitch, pavilion and skate par

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A total of 22 improvement projects to transform Dumbarton Rock and the waterfront could be approved next week. Councillors are to discuss an action plan for the area which was identified through a Scottish Government-funded Charrette held in the town in February.

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