Woodilee Residents Association

Woodilee Residents Association

Welcome to the web site for the Woodilee Residents Association.  Woodilee village is a new development from a consortium of builders and is located in East Dunbartonshire, lying between Lenzie and Kirkintilloch on the site of an old hospital estate.  The association was formed in late 2017 and works with residents and the factor on a range of initiatives to help improve the environment and amenities.

AGM 2020 – New Date

The Woodilee Residents Association Annual General Meeting has now been rescheduled for Tuesday 20th October from 7pm on Zoom.  Committee…

Simon7th October 2020

Committee Member Appeal for AGM

Woodilee Residents Association are appealing for NEW members.Β  Our Annual General Meeting is due to be held in late September…

Simon29th August 2020

Social Media

Facebook We currently use Facebook as our primary communication mechanism. Follow us to find out more.

Have your say on a vital document which - when adopted - will guide the future use of land in East Dunbartonshire.

The Proposed Local Development Plan 2 (LDP2) sets out a new long-term land-use strategy for East Dunbartonshire - including policies and sites for development - which will be used to determine planning applications.

Comments and representations on the plan can be made until 15 January 2021.

You can check out a copy of the Proposed LDP2, as well as other consultation documents and details of how to get involved, by visiting www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/LDP2

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, the Council is unable to host events and workshops in local communities, as would normally be the case.

Instead, a series of online information sessions are being held - starting this week. Please note, people must register in advance to access these events.

Visit www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/LDP2 and youtu.be/PLDxXkcj4N8 for more info, and check out the attached poster.

Online sessions are being held this week - including Bearsden (27 Oct) and Kirkintilloch, Lenzie & Waterside (28 Oct).

Next week, sessions will be held for Lennoxtown, Milton of Campsie, Clachan of Campsie & Haughhead (3 Nov), Milngavie (4 Nov) and Torrance & Baldernock (5 Nov).
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Our Shop Local initiative is designed to help support local businesses owned and run by residents of Woodilee. Support them (or sign up your business) by visiting the page below. So far we have dog walking services, building design services, home tutors, gas services, and an electrician. www.woodilee.org.uk/shop-local/ ... See MoreSee Less

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