Stirling Council

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Investment of more than £18 million will be made in local council housing after Stirling Council agreed a 6% rise in rents for 2024/25. A Special Meeting of Council yesterday supported the rise, increasing the average rent by £4.79 per week over the 48-week rental period, from £79.

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Almost 50 new social rented homes could be built in St Ninians after Stirling Council submitted an application to redevelop vacant land north and south of Graystale Road. The proposals involve 44 new homes including accessible single-storey, two-storey houses and cottage flats along with parkin

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Residents, community groups and businesses will have an opportunity to help shape the future redevelopment of the Forthside area of Stirling following the launch of an online consultation. People and organisations are being encouraged to give their feedback on an updated masterplan and new design gu

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Residents, community groups and businesses have less than two weeks to take part in online surveys that will help shape how the Stirling area looks in the future.

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In a heartfelt tribute to the late Stirling Provost Tommy Brookes, a new social housing development in Plean has been named Tommy Brookes Way. A total of 19 new homes have been built for social housing following £3.6 million of investment by Stirling Council and the Scottish Government.

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Stirling Council’s Housing Service is hosting a Housing Open Day for tenants tomorrow. At the Albert Halls in Stirling between 10am and 2pm, officers will provide advice, information and sources of support with staff from repairs, benefits, income maximisation, housing options and housing mana

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Building and construction business The JR Group has begun work on a new housing development on behalf of Stirling Council to create a collection of modern energy-efficient homes for the city.

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A commitment of more than £6 million has been agreed by Stirling Council to create a new social housing development in Plean. Members of the council's Community Wellbeing and Housing Committee approved plans on 31 August to begin the procurement process for the construction of 24 properties, s

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A service helping young people experiencing homelessness has celebrated 20 years of life-changing support. The Stirling Youth Housing Support Service – also known as the Bridge – provides support to people aged 16-25.

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