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Clydebank East Community Council Boundary

Commencing at the junction of the south eastern Administrative Boundary and the River Clyde [Dock Street]; then continuing north-westward along the River Clyde to a point south east of the former cable depot, on Cable Depot Road; then generally north east in a straight line to a point in the centre of the Forth & Clyde Canal; then generally eastward along the said southern bank of the canal to the eastern Administrative Boundary [western end of Wirran Place]; then generally southward, following the Administrative Boundary, to the point of commencement [to include Millbrae Crescent and both sides of Mill Road north of the rail line, and the west side of Mill Road only, south of the rail line.

Appendix 5 - Scheme for the establishment of Community Councils 2011

Clydebank East Map

Which WDC Local Councillor has responsibility for this area?
There was a change in 2007 from the eleven West Dunbartonshire Local Councillor Wards in Clydebank, each with a single WDC Councillor, to a three Ward system.  These three larger Wards, Kilpatrick, Central & Waterfront, have three, four, four WDC Councillors respectively.

This particular Community Council falls wholly within Ward 6 - Clydebank Waterfront which is covered by the following WDC Councillors

              Gail Casey
              William Hendrie
              Marie McNair
              Kath Ryall

To email a WDC Councillor, go to the ‘Useful Links’ page and click on the link

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