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It’s important that as many tenants as possible are involved in discussions to help us review what we do and improve services.

Easy to get involved - we will do everything possible to support you to get involved, this includes meeting your individual needs, providing transport to meetings and childcare costs where required.

Please contact us if you’re interested in any of the consultations and look out for adverts in the Housing News.

We will also make sure that whenever we consult you, we will tell you how your views made a difference and will share the outcome widely.

Housing Consultation Calendar 2018
Name of Consultation Purpose of Consultation start and finish Person to contact

Allocation and Policy Review

Review of Housing Allocation policy, understanding of how it operates and what if anything should be changed


Pre consultation survey with waiting list applicants on their understanding of current policy and any issues from 15/3 for 8 weeks. Main consultation to start June - August

Kathryn Irvine,

07772 631217

Annual rent setting consultation

 The Council has a statutory duty to consult with tenants about the rent it charges.  Transparency about how rent money is spent has been improved with clearer information provided. Commitment also been made to involve tenants earlier in the rent setting process –meaningful discussions including housing investment plans, setting rent options and voting  for all tenants  on their preferred option.  

Sept 21- Dec 21


Jane Mack,
Tenant Participation officer,

0798 354 2993

2019/20 Annual Charter Performance Report for Tenants and other customers

The Council reports our performance against the Outcomes outlined in the Scottish Social Housing Charter on an annual basis in October each year.

The style, format and content of the report was developed in conjunction with tenants and each year we seek feedback to see where improvements can be made.
May - August

Stefan Kristmanns,
Housing Development Co-ordinator,

01389 737545

West Dunbartonshire Council Local Housing Strategy

2022- 2027  

The Housing (Scotland) Act 2001 places a statutory requirement on local authorities to produce a LHS every 5 years that sets out its strategy, priorities and plans for the delivery of housing and related services.

It should demonstrate the local authority’s strategic approach to dealing with key housing related issues such as:

  • Delivering high quality housing and housing related services across all tenures 
  • Setting out its contribution to the effective integration of health and social care
Showing how the LHS is supporting the Scottish Government National Outcomes and Targets, whilst reflecting the needs and priorities of the local authority area.
June 21 – August 21

Jamie Dockery, 
Senior Housing Development Officer

01389 737366


Emily Dorrian
Housing Development Officer