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ICT spend provides the foundations for digital transformation

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West Dunbartonshire Council is spending £1.8 million in Information Technology to support and maintain our existing IT systems and services.

Published : 19 February 2021

Council agrees to write off irrecoverable debt

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Councillors have agreed to write off irrecoverable debts owed to the Council after exhausting all avenues for collection.

Published : 19 February 2021

Long Service Awards to dedicated Children’s Hearing members

Stephen Phillips
Long-serving members of West Dunbartonshire's Children's Hearing have been rewarded for their commitment to children and young people at a special recognition event.

Published : 18 February 2021

Funding to create arts and culture venue at site of former church in Alexandria

St Andrews Church, Alexandria
Funding to bring a former church in Alexandria back to life as an arts and creative venue has been awarded to West Dunbartonshire Council.

Published : 12 February 2021

Council strategy to bring at least 100 empty homes back into use

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An updated Council strategy will bring at least 100 empty homes across West Dunbartonshire back into use.

Published : 04 February 2021

Updated tenant participation strategy to build on Council success

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West Dunbartonshire Council is leading the way with initiatives to ensure tenants are as involved as possible in decision making.

Published : 04 February 2021

Council highlights support for families living in poverty

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West Dunbartonshire Council has outlined the range of initiatives and support it offers residents as it works to help reduce child poverty in the area

Published : 03 February 2021

West Dunbartonshire ICJ supports 300 residents diagnosed with cancer

Improving the Cancer Journey
A pioneering service for people affected by cancer in West Dunbartonshire has supported more than 300 people in its first year.

Published : 03 February 2021

Community urged to give their views on a new education campus

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Residents are being invited to give their views on proposals to build a new Education and Early Learning and Childcare Centre in Faifley.

Published : 28 January 2021