West Dunbartonshire

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BAM has been appointed by hub West Scotland to deliver a new £22 million leisure centre on the banks of the Clyde for West Dunbartonshire Council. Work has already started on the state of the art four-storey building, located in what was once the heart of Clydebank’s shipbuilding industry on the

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Councillors are to consider proposals to create a £17 million state of the art education campus in Alexandria incorporating two schools, an early learning centre and a specialist language unit. The proposals would develop a new Riverside Early Learning and Childcare Centre and new Renton Primary Sc

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Planning permission and listed building consent applications for a new West Dunbartonshire Council office building in Dumbarton have been submitted by Keppie Design. The £14.6 million project, being delivered by hub West Scotland in partnership with the council with architects Keppie and main contr

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Morgan Sindall has started work on the first co-located primary school development in West Dunbartonshire. The campus will see Aitkenbar and St Peter's Primary School co-located along with a new Early Education and Childcare Centre (EECC) to replace the existing Andrew B Cameron and St Peter's centr

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The former John Brown’s shipyard in Clydebank, famous for building some of the world’s greatest ships, is set to be unlocked for future development after an ambitious £15 million plan was signed. The deal will see essential infrastructure and ground works undertaken on the site, and more import

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The multi-million pound City Deal regeneration project in West Dunbartonshire has moved to the next stage after councillors approved the latest proposals. The project would see the former EXXON site near Bowling undergo a £27.897 million transformation, including a road built providing an alternati

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George Farley, hub West board director; Ronnie Dinnie, head of neighbourhood services at West Dunbartonshire Council; Jim Ward, construction director at BAM; Councillor Patrick McGlinchey, convener for infrastructure regeneration and economic development at West Dunbartonshire Council; West Dunbarto

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Plans for the regeneration of Clydebank took another step forward this week after West Dunbartonshire Council agreed to put the Play Drome site on the market. The Play Drome occupies a key town centre location and the council will now focus on securing a development which will significantly enhance

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A major redevelopment site in Alexandria town centre is being primed for sale as West Dunbartonshire Council continues with plans to regenerate the area. A report is set to go before councillors at the infrastructure, regeneration and economic development committee on 17 June recommending the land a

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Contractors building the new Kilpatrick Secondary School and Kilpatrick Early Years Service (KEYS) in West Dunbartonshire have encountered problems that will push back the opening of the new buildings to October 2016. The construction team at Heron Brothers Ltd has recently identified very difficult

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