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Dumbarton riverfront walkway goes to public consultation

September 19 2016

Dumbarton riverfront walkway goes to public consultation
West Dunbartonshire Council is inviting interested parties to comment on proposals to revitalise the Dumbarton’s waterfront with construction of a 1,100m walkway connecting the town centre to Dumbarton Rock.

The £2.5m footpath and cycle track will connect planned new housing and commercial developments and is one of four major regeneration schemes to be awarded £7m in council funding; Namely improved public realm at Glasgow Road, Clydebank; regeneration at Bowling Basin and creation of two public squares in Balloch.

Councillor David McBride, depute convener of infrastructure, regeneration and economic development, said: “This proposed walkway is a great way to regenerate the heart of Dumbarton and develop the land into a major tourist attraction which will be appreciated by residents and visitors to the area.”

The drop-in consultation will be held on 27 September between 12:00 and 19:30 within Riverside Parish Church Hall.

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