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LETTER TO EDITOR - Town Centre - No progress being made

Sir, – Following last May’s local election, the minority SNP Council administration responded to massive public pressure by introducing a motion to re-instate the traffic lights at the Catherine Street Junction.

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Photo by Emma Mitchell 11.01.16'Milngavie Precinct.

Milngavie is ‘different’

Sir, – Like Eve G​il​more (letters December 21, 2017), I attended a meeting about the proposed new hub in Milngavie.

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LETTER: CALA veto welcomed

LETTER: CALA veto welcomed

Sir, – In response to Graham McNeil’s (Cala Homes land director) letter published October 17 regarding the recent decision by East Dunbartonshire Council’s planning board to unanimously refuse Cala Homes’ application to build 135 units on East Dunbartonshire greenspace – an area rich in bio-diversity – we wish to express some of our views.

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LETTER: CALA director’s open letter to Bishopbriggs community over Meadowburn housing plan

LETTER: CALA director’s open letter to Bishopbriggs community over Meadowburn housing plan

Sir, – In response to East Dunbartonshire Council’s recent decision to refuse an application for residential development on a brownfield site at Jellyhill, Bishopbriggs – an area of land which was allocated by the council for housing in their own adopted Local Development Plan – CALA Homes (West) would wish to convey our disappointment with the decision.

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Electric dreams

WITH every new electric car that’s launched, you could be forgiven for thinking that we’re getting closer to an environmentalist’s dream of carbon-free motoring.

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Libraries, schools and community spirit – Letters to the Editor (February 27, 2013)

Libraries, schools and community spirit – Letters to the Editor (February 27, 2013)

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Letters to the Editor - February 9, 2011

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