Stirling Council

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Stirling Council’s in-house build team has completed the construction of 11 new affordable houses at Catherine Street in Bannockburn. The new energy efficient properties were constructed with the support of Scottish Government grant funding and will be fitted with solar panels as well as batte

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Rounding up the Scottish Housing News COP26SHN feature showcasing the social housing sector’s efforts to combat climate change is Hanover Scotland’s development being built to Passivhaus standards in Drymen. With a portfolio including more than 5,000 properties, located in more than 200

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Stirling Council has been allocated over £100,000 funding to help those in social and private tenancies at risk of becoming homeless. The share of the Scottish Government’s new £10m Tenant Grant Fund will further help Stirling Council in preventing evictions that arise as a result

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Plans by Rural Stirling Housing Association to build 11 affordable houses have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s Planning and Regulation Panel. The proposed development site just outside Killearn, bounded by Lampston Road to the north east, Station Road to the north west an

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Stirling Council’s budget engagement launched yesterday with the start of its 2022-23 Budget Conversation. Residents are being asked to give feedback on their personal spending priorities and most-valued services through an online survey as part of the budget-setting process for next March.

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Stirling Council has delivered a further 24 new council houses which have been completed at St. Ninian’s King’s Meadow development this summer.   This is in addition to ten properties at King’s Meadow that were handed over at the end of 2020 and are already let to Stirling Cou

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Stirling Council will deliver even more affordable homes across the region over the next five years after being earmarked for £53 million in funding by the Scottish Government. Council areas across Scotland are to share more than £3.2 billion of Scottish Government grant funding to deliv

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Stirling Council has secured the future of 118 mid-market homes thanks to Scottish Government funding. Mid-market rented homes are part-furnished homes, which are let for a rent that is higher than council housing, but lower than many properties in the private rented sector.

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A plan to demolish an empty block of flats at St Ninians to build eight new cottage flats has been conditionally approved by Stirling Council. The local authority revealed plans last year to redevelop the derelict site at 24 Glasgow Road into new one and two-bedroom flats.

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Plans to build 85 new houses on land near Pirnhall in Stirling, including 21 affordable homes, have been given the green light by Stirling Council. Members of the council’s planning and regulation panel approved an application by Bellway Homes for land between Croftside Farm and Hillhead Farm

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Stirling Council is the best performing local authority on mainland Scotland in the rollout of carbon-cutting small-scale renewables, according to a new report. MCS, the national standards organisation for renewables, highlighted Stirling’s progress in this key green technology in their study,

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