The funding will go directly to West Dunbartonshire Council over a ten-year period but can only be spent on Clydebank and Provost McAllister insists natives will soon see a difference to their town centre. He told the Glasgow Times: "This is fantastic news for my home town of Clydebank. "This funding will be used by my Labour Council to revive our town centre, tackle anti-social behaviour, improve our local transport and help grow our local economy. "We also unlocked the Queens Quay site to new public infrastructure such as the leisure centre, the new care home, the health centre, the college and District Heating Centre. "However, it doesn’t make up for 16 years of savage cuts in local council funding since the SNP took power in 2007.
Source: The Times October 02, 2023 18:05 UTC