Stirling Council

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A package of support to businesses and low income households is to be released by Stirling Council from the Scottish Government’s Local Authority COVID Economic Recovery Fund (LACER). Proposals to allocate £1,195,799 from this fund were approved at a meeting of the Finance, Economy and C

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Stirling Council is increasing its range of supports to people experiencing poverty across Stirling, as the cost of living crisis escalates. In March 2022, the council pledged £1.9 million to fund one-off initiatives that would ease some of the pressure on local residents struggling financiall

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A Raploch so­cial hous­ing plan has been delayed as an investigation has been launched into the foundations of new builds at Penman Court. New residents waiting to move into the development have been delayed while the investigation takes place, The Stirling Observer reports.

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Plans for 44 new homes on greenbelt land near Dunblane have been lodged with Stirling Council. Kippendavie Group Trust, which manages the Kippendavie Estate, has proposed to build the homes at land east of Kellie Wynd, Leighton Avenue and Leighton Court off Robertson Road, the Stirling Observer repo

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Potential plans for 44 new homes in Dunblane could be lodged with Stirling Council soon. Ristol Consulting Ltd contacted the council on behalf of Kippendavie Trust Group to request a formal screening opinion on whether a planning application for residential development on land 50 metres east of Kell

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Stirling Council is set to purchase 19 new homes for social rent in Plean to help meet demand for social housing in the area. The affordable homes, which will form part of Ogilvie Homes housing development, known as Orchid Park at McAulay Brae/Touchill Farm, will be the first new social housing in P

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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

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This episode sees Simon Payne, category manager at Stirling Council, and Hugh Carr, head of strategic procurement at Scotland Excel, steer Jimmy Black and Kieran Findlay through the world of public sector procurement and discuss how the current framework process helps alleviate much of the current

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