West Dunbartonshire

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Lend Lease has officially started work on West Dunbartonshire Council’s new offices in Dumbarton town centre. The council plans to relocate 500 staff currently based at Garshake to the offices at the site of the former Dumbarton Academy building in Church Street.

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West Dumbartonshire Council’s project to transform the former Exxon site near Bowling has reached a major milestone following the signing of an access agreement with the global firm. The deal will allow the Council onto the Exxon Mobil-owned site to carry out the necessary studies as part of its p

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Work on a new £16 million education campus in West Dunbartonshire has been delayed until winter next year due to the discovery of asbestos. Originally scheduled to open in August 2017, the Balloch education campus is being built on the site of the former St Kessog’s Primary and will accommodate a

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Plans for Glasgow Road A key project to improve traffic and pedestrian links between Clydebank town centre and Queens Quay has taken a huge step forward after West Dunbartonshire Council secured £2 million funding.

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Work on the redevelopment of the former John Brown’s shipyard is set to get under way next month. The first stage will involve remediation work in preparation for creating the road infrastructure and public spaces on the waterfront.

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Work has officially started on a delayed £25 million secondary school in Dumbarton. Our Lady and St Patrick’s High School was one of 12 government projects across Scotland delayed while civil servants sought technical advice over the funding arrangements.

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Construction work is underway on a new £3.5 million training centre in Clydebank on behalf of Clyde Training Solutions. Due to be completed in the autumn of 2016, the facility on the banks of the River Clyde is the first of its kind in Central and Southern Scotland, and will provide mandatory and s

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Plans for a major industrial and commercial development near Bowling and a new Dalmonach Community Centre are to be considered by councillors later this month. A new report will set out proposals for West Dunbartonshire Council to purchase of the former Exxon site in early 2017 if negotiations go to

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A new civic heart will be created at the former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank, after plans to redevelop the site were given the go ahead by councillors. The centrepiece of the development – which will include housing, retail and leisure outlets, and a health quarter – will be the refurbis

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The future development of Queens Quay in Clydebank could take another step forward on Wednesday when the masterplan for the site is presented to West Dunbartonshire Council. Detailed proposals have been put forward to planners outlining the vision for transforming the former John Brown’s shipyard,

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BAM Construction could begin work on the new Our Lady and St Patrick’s High School in Dumbarton within weeks after councillors agreed to conclude contracts for the project. Members of West Dunbartonshire Council’s infrastructure and regeneration committee yesterday gave their approval for the de

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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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