West Dunbartonshire Council
A proportion of a £1.7 million pot is up for grabs for West Dunbartonshire communities keen to make a difference to their town centres.
Published 1 September 2015
An innovative housing development in Dumbarton has been hailed as a shining example of how high quality and affordable homes can be provided for older people.
Published 24 August 2015
Owners of empty homes in West Dunbartonshire could be eligible for refunds after councillors approved backdated changes to Council Tax charges.
Published 20 August 2015
West Dunbartonshire Council tenants are being consulted on proposals to reduce weekly rent charges by spreading payments over the whole year instead of 47 weeks.
Published 19 August 2015
Cube Housing Association has announced plans to build 31 houses for social rent in Dumbarton.
Published 18 August 2015
West Dunbartonshire Council has defended its evictions approach saying the method is only ever used as a last resort.
Published 14 August 2015
Council tenants throughout West Dunbartonshire say they are more satisfied than ever with their housing services.
Published 6 August 2015
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.
Published 14 July 2015
Councillors have unanimously rejected proposals to allow a greenfield site in Duntocher to be opened up for housing development.
Published 26 June 2015
A new partnership responsible for health and social care provision across West Dunbartonshire will be established on July 1.
Published 25 June 2015
West Dunbartonshire Council has received an award in recognition of its commitment to involving tenants in its housing decisions.
Published 4 June 2015
West Dunbartonshire Council has achieved the national housing standard for more than 9,400 of its homes after a successful £81 million investment.
Published 1 June 2015
West Dunbartonshire Council has launched an online survey into its housing policy.
Published 9 April 2015
Name and location of development: Central Bellsmyre - three sites at Aitkenbar Drive/Auchenreoch Avenue, Penniecroft Avenue and Whiteford Crescent.
Published 8 April 2015