Clackmannanshire Council

Clackmannanshire Council agrees to reduce management posts by 40% with new budget

Councillors in Clackmannanshire have agreed spending on services for the year ahead as part of a budget setting process which seeks to protect priority services, while improving the financial sustainability of the council.

Published 12 March 2018

Watchdog highlights ‘serious concerns’ over Clackmannanshire Council finances

Clackmannanshire Council must take “urgent and decisive action” to sort out its financial problems as it faces making savings of £29 million over the next three years, the Accounts Commission has warned today.

Published 25 January 2018

Clackmannanshire Council manager recognised for leadership excellence

Clackmannanshire Council’s housing operations manager, Jennifer Queripel, has been chosen by the Chartered Institute of Housing Scotland as the 2017 winner of the Excellence in Leadership Award.

Published 9 November 2017

Transformational City Deal plans move ahead in Clackmannanshire

Plans to bring forward housing development sites in Clackmannanshire are among a list of potential projects for the proposed Stirling & Clackmannanshire City Deal, the council has revealed.

Published 4 September 2017

Kingdom builds on firm foundations in Clackmannanshire

Kingdom Housing Association has completed 69 houses across Clackmannanshire in the last 18 months and is poised to deliver a further 31 affordable homes for social rent when current construction completes on the Association’s site at Delph Road, Tullibody.

Published 22 August 2017

£5m Clackmannan regeneration moves forward

Ambitious plans to help regenerate Clackmannan took a step forward last week when new actions to deliver new affordable housing, community enterprise facilities, streetscape improvements and the relocation of a local business to new premises were agreed by the local authority.

Published 13 March 2017

Council Tax rates frozen by four more local authorities

Eleven more local authorities in Scotland have set their respective budgets for the upcoming year, four of which have opted for a voluntary freeze in Council Tax.

Published 24 February 2017

Clackmannanshire residents' votes prioritise projects for funding

Clackmannanshire residents have taken part in local events to prioritise the projects they want to receive their share of the £100,000 funding from the local authority’s Community Matters Fund.

Published 16 February 2017

Home energy advice saves £1m for Clackmannanshire residents

Clackmannanshire Council’s Home Energy Advice Team (Clacks HEAT) has helped deliver over £1 million in energy savings for local residents.

Published 9 February 2017

Clackmannanshire insulation project warmly received

Three towns in Clackmannanshire have benefitted from a multi-million pound venture aimed at reducing fuel poverty across Scotland.

Published 3 February 2017

Record affordable housing completions in Clackmannanshire

Residents in Clackmannanshire have benefitted from the highest number of affordable housing completions since 1997, a report to the council has revealed, and more units could be in the pipeline.

Published 17 October 2016

Clackmannanshire Council to invest in Citizens Advice Bureau

Clackmannanshire Council has agreed to extend its partnership with the Citizens Advice Bureau in light of the impact of welfare reform on local residents.

Published 15 September 2016

Work begins on Kingdom Housing Association’s new flats in Alloa

Work is underway on the construction of 16 new flats on the site of a former derelict warehouse in Alloa.

Published 13 September 2016

Clackmannanshire has most satisfied local authority tenants in Scotland

Clackmannanshire Council has welcomed new figures which show that its tenants are more satisfied with the overall service they receive than tenants of any other local authority in Scotland.

Published 9 September 2016

Central Scotland councils join Help to Adapt scheme

Homeowners across most of Central Scotland are being encouraged to make alterations to their homes to ensure it continues to meet future needs, as Inverclyde, West Dunbartonshire and Clackmannanshire join 12 other local authorities in supporting the Scottish Government’s Help to Adapt scheme.

Published 4 August 2016