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“Constructive discussions” about new Lenzie Street Design Project, says East Dunbartonshire Council

East Dunbartonshire Council in conjunction with Sustrans Scotland have released the following press release to the Herald in connection with the Lenzie Street Design Project.

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The police are warning people to be careful in the snow.

Drivers reminded to take care in the snow

The police are warning people to take extra care on the roads today after snow fall overnight.

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More misery for early morning commuters after snowfall overnight

More misery for early morning commuters after snowfall overnight

Commuters have been facing disruption on the roads this morning as Glasgow and surrounding areas woke up to a blanket of snow.

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A yellow warning for snow is in place for much of Scotland

Warning of snow issued by Met Office

The Met Office has issued a yellow ‘be aware’ warning for snow on Tuesday.

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Slip closures and layout changes on M8 as phased opening of new roads starts

Slip closures and layout changes on M8 as phased opening of new roads starts

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Some of the residents who oppose this planning application in Canniesburn Woods.

Residents fight to save Canniesburn Woods

A group of residents plan to challenge a decision which will allow an area of land in Canniesburn Woods, Bearsden, to become a private garden.

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Jim Gibbons is here on Stockiemuir Road, near the acces road to Tambowie Farm.

One of Scotland’s most dangerous roads - claims councillor

A councillor is worried there will be a serious accident on a busy road in Milngavie - because it’s being covered with mud regularly.

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Councillor Hendry on part of the land proposed for development

Furious planning row breaks out between councillors

A Bishopbriggs councillor has defended his decision to take a stand against a planning application - even though it means he’ll be unable to vote against it.

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Axeing of trees by developers at Lenzie being treated as “alleged illegal felling”

Axeing of trees by developers at Lenzie being treated as “alleged illegal felling”

The axeing of mature trees by a housing developer is being investigated by the Forestry Commission Scotland.

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The controversial Catherine Street junction

Shared space rethink is “as crucial as ever” says MSP

Strathkelvin and Bearsden MSP Rona Mackay has repeated her calls for safety crossing to be reinstated at Kirkintilloch’s controversial shared space scheme.

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Mugdock Country Park is one of East Dunbartonshire's greatest assets - it's a popular spot for walks, picnics and children's activities.

East Dunbartonshire is ‘most desirable place to live in Scotland’

Several places in East Dunbartonshire made the top ten list of the ‘most desirable place to live in Scotland’ in a recent study conducted by the Royal Mail.

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Lenzie Train Station

Plans for Lenzie train station unveiled

Proposals for the redesign of the station forecourt and public space to the north of Lenzie train station are now on display and online.

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Workmen started cutting down the trees on Monday, March 6.

Anger as developers chop down trees

Planning chiefs have said they are powerless to stop a developer ripping up trees in preparation for a housing project that was rejected by East Dunbartonshire Council.

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4-2-2017 Picture Jamie Forbes. Bishopbriggs. Football pitch behind Hilton Terrace. Cala Housing Protesters and Councillor Billy Hendry (centre front) against new housing development.

Hundreds object to canal house plan development

A record-breaking 413 objections have been made against a planning application to build homes on greenspace adjacent to the Forth and Clyde Canal in Bishopbriggs.

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Bollards along the shared space

Shared space nearly complete

Kirkintilloch town centre is set to reopen to vehicles – 
after more than a year of 
road closures.

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VIDEO: Your chance to see inside the brand new community hub in Bearsden

The new multi-million pound community hub in Bearsden opened its doors today (Monday, March 6) and our photographer Emma Mitchell was there to capture this video.

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Kirkintilloch War Memorial following repair and conservation work

War memorials are standing proud

War memorials in Kirkintilloch and Lennoxtown have been returned to their

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Residents urged to recycle more

Use your loaf – recycle your food waste

The amount of waste being thrown into domestic bins in East Dunbartonshire could be drastically reduced if more residents used the weekly food recycling service.

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Coronation Gardens award

Lenzie Park lands national award

Lenzie’s Coronation Gardens has been awarded Showcase Centenary Field 2016 status at the Fields in Trust Awards.

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Traffic chaos.

Commuter misery as Storm Doris closes M80

Drivers are facing major disruption this morning as Storm Doris lashed Scotland with 90mph winds and blizzards.

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