West Dunbartonshire

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Cordale Housing Association opened the doors of its new office in Renton last week to preview the modern, flexible working facilities to the staff, community and key partner organisations ahead of its move next month. The £1.6 million new office, delivered by main contractor Clark Contrac

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Six West Dunbartonshire school pupils are gaining on-site work experience at Queens Quay as part of their Foundation Apprenticeships. Available to senior school pupils, Skills Development Scotland developed Foundation Apprenticeships in partnership with education and industry, with support from the

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The first sod has been cut to officially mark the start of the new multi-million pound Clydebank Care Home and Day Care Centre. Councillor Marie McNair, vice chair of West Dunbartonshire’s Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP), broke the ground at the Queens Quay site where the £14.0

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Proposals have been unveiled for the regeneration of Dumbarton through the construction of 180 affordable, two-storey homes to replace 225 traditional flats. The plans, by Caledonia Housing Association subsidiary organisation Bellsmyre Housing Association, will see the demolition of some of the olde

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Cube Housing Association has started work on 46 affordable homes for social rent in Dumbarton. The homes on Talisman Avenue in Westcliff are being built for Cube, part of Wheatley Group, by CCG (Scotland) Ltd.

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The £250 million Queen’s Quay regeneration project in Clydebank is set to be the site of Scotland’s first of its kind large-scale water source heat pump scheme to connect to a district heating network. The ground-breaking scheme will initially see the installation of 5MW of water s

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Refreshed plans for the transformation of the former Exxon site in Bowling have been given the go ahead by councillors.  The £31.4 million project includes a proposal to create a major industrial and commercial development at the site as well as plans for a new road to provide an alternat

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Clydebank Community Sport Hub officially opened its doors this week after a £3.8 million investment. The old playing fields at Dean Street in Whitecrook have been transformed into world-class sporting facility for rugby, Gaelic football, football and a range of other sports and activities.

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The landmark Erskine Bridge has been listed as a Category A structure. The crossing, one of only three bridges in Scotland with a main span exceeding 300 metres, was awarded the status by Historic Environment Scotland (HES) after it was recognised as being of special architectural interest.

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Plans to build 126 homes on the site of a former high school in Clydebank have been given the go ahead. The old St Andrew’s High School site, on North Douglas Street, will be made up of affordable housing for rent, as well as specialist housing for residents with additional needs.

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Pedestrian crossings activated by a mobile phone app will be introduced in Clydebank as part of a new improvement project. The system – called Button by Neatebox – is just one of the steps being taken by West Dunbartonshire Council to ensure its Connecting Clydebank initiative is suitabl

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Work to construct West Dunbartonshire Council’s new high-tech heating system in Clydebank has officially begun. The £15 million project, which is part of the regeneration of the former John Brown Shipyard, will see the area’s homes, businesses and some public buildings heated by wa

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The expansion of the Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank has reached an important milestone after the Scottish Government’s Capital Investment Group approved the outline business case for an integrated ophthalmology unit. Principal supply chain partner Kier Construction Scotland will

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Work on West Dunbartonshire Council’s new multi-million pound care home in Clydebank has officially begun. The £14 million project – part of the Queens Quay development – will provide accommodation for 84 people, and up to 50 more at a day care centre.

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