There are currently 12 community councils in East Dunbartonshire. Community council elections are usually held in the autumn of the same year as local councillor elections, every four or five years.
Baldernock Community Council comprises:
Chairperson - vacant
Secretary - Celia Burns
Treasurer - Peter Langhorne
Elspeth Fulton (minutes)
Niall Logan (Tartan Group)
Lesley Wiseman (The Baldernock Trust)
If you are interested in joining the Community Council, please get in touch.
Baldernock Community Council meetings are held on the second Monday of alternate months 7.30pm.
All Community Council meetings held in the Church Hall, Glenorchard Road Balmore G64 4AJ.
Topics on the agenda may include:
but any community issue can be brought up and one or more of our councillors from East Dunbartonshire are usually in attendance.
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What we do
We work to look after and help improve Baldernock, discuss issues of concern to the community.
Learn more about what we do.
Baldernock at its best
East Dunbartonshire Council (EDC) and other bodies consult with Baldernock Community Council on issues affecting the community. These issues depend to a large extent on what is important to each community, however, local authorities are required to consult Community Councils on planning applications and many choose to involve them in the Community Planning process.
Planning advice and the adopted Local Plan for this area can be found on the East Dunbartonshire Council website along with a search facility for all recent planning applications. You can also check for information on grants for conservation areas when available.
Safeguarding the community
The speed of traffic in Baldernock is of great concern. A community police officer from East Dunbartonshire Police is usually in attendance at our meetings to report on recent crime.
Many matters are discussed including illicit dumping of rubbish.
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Road safety in Baldernock
The state of our roads and footpaths is always high on the agenda at Community Council meetings.
Report a road or lighting fault to:
or contact East Dunbartonshire Council
t: 0300 123 4510
e: Roads Services
Remember to let the Community Council know of any roads problems. e:email@example.com
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Bardowie Roads Action Group (BRAG) is campaigning for safer roads in Baldernock