Andrew Haslam, Ogilvie Homes and another developer have submitted plans to Stirling Council to build 38 houses in the rural Stirlingshire village of Fintry. The developers hope to build on land next to south of Menzies Terrace.
Stirling Council planners have conditionally approved an application by Emma Gallagher for a change of use of Stirling Spiritualist Church at 27 King Street. The proposal will subdivide and change the use of the existing building from a church into three flats, creating new openings on the northwest
Stirling Council has rejected plans to build two new homes in Blairlogie. Mark McGrath had submitted an application for the two five-bedroom detached houses with detached garages, a new road access and shared driveway on land next to and east of Guschetneuk.
The first phase of Stirling Council’s Covid Recovery Community Consultation is underway. Residents can now share their feelings and experiences of living through the Covid-19 Pandemic through a short survey on the council’s Engage platform.
Stirling Council will purchase 12 new homes for social rent in St. Ninians to help meet demand for social housing in the area. The local authority has already purchased 34 houses from Ogilvie Homes at its residential development at Newpark Farm, St. Ninians, which are now occupied by council tenants
Almost 70 new homes are to be provided at the final site in the Raploch Regeneration Initiative programme. Stirling Council will deliver 32 affordable homes in partnership with Robertson Partnership Homes, while Forth Housing Association will develop a further 36 homes at the former Gowanhill Garden
Stirling’s councillors have given initial approval to new guidance on developer contributions for planning applications. The supplementary guidance provides more detail on policies in the Stirling Local Development Plan 2018 (LDP), and how they will be applied during planning decisions. As par
Stirling Council is delivering on one of its key priorities to provide new homes that are affordable for everyone by working in partnership with the Scottish Government and Places for People. A Shared Equity Scheme from Places for People allows house hunters the chance to own one of the highly desir