West Dunbartonshire

61-75 of 187 Articles
Clock icon 1 minute

Holmes Miller has submitted a planning application for the creation of a new educational campus for West Dunbartonshire Council.

Clock icon 2 minutes

Work has begun on the construction of 126 new affordable council homes in Clydebank. The site of the former St Andrew’s High School, between John Knox Street and Whitecrook Street, will be rebuilt into a variety of properties ranging from one-bedroom flats to five-bedroom houses.

Clock icon 4 minutes

In a bid to further increase the provision of new affordable homes West Dunbartonshire Council has formed a new partnership with local housing associations and is to consider the introduction of alternative tenures at a development in Clydebank East.

Clock icon 5 minutes

Landmark bridge works specialist Spencer Group has been appointed to carry out a long-term maintenance painting programme on Erskine Bridge following a competitive tender process. Spencer Group will carry out the £18 million package of works over a four-year period in the latest stage of a lon

Clock icon 2 minutes

Plans for 58 new affordable council homes on the grounds of the former Haldane Primary School in West Dunbartonshire have been given the go ahead.

Clock icon 2 minutes

Plans to build 55 affordable new council homes on the site of the former primary school site in Dumbarton have been approved by councillors. The 1.9-acre area has been empty since the former Aitkenbar Primary School was demolished in 2016, following its relocation to a purpose built shared campus ne

61-75 of 187 Articles