Stirling Council

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Stirling Council has approved a suite of targeted financial supports to protect vital services and bolster the council’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The council has announced that council tax rates will be frozen at 2020/21 rates while a revised living wage will be implemented for all c

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Families are opening the doors to new council housing in St Ninians after they officially picked up the keys to their homes. Stirling Council’s commitment to providing more affordable homes for residents across the region has delivered 10 new council houses within local builder Ogilvie Homes'

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Plans to build more than 40 houses in Bannockburn have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s planning and regulation panel. The proposed development covers an area that extends from Milnepark Road to the north and Newlands Road to the west. Of the 41 detached and semi-detached

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A final decision on the approval of a major housing development in the Plean area has been deferred by Stirling Council. The proposals from Persimmon Homes East Scotland and Story Homes Scotland to build 117 houses, including 29 affordable homes, on agricultural land between Plean and Old Plean, wer

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Stirling Council planners have rejected plans to knock down a house in Plean and replace it with four new homes. Michael Macritchie had applied to demolish the bungalow at Cedarwood in President Kennedy Drive and build four semi-detached houses.

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Four housing projects worth a total of £37.7 million have been awarded through Scotland Excel’s new build framework. Loreburn Housing Association in Dumfries has awarded two major projects to Ashleigh (Scotland) Ltd - a £4.8m project to build 27 homes in Annan and a £14.8m pr

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Four housing projects worth a total of £37.7 million have been awarded through Scotland Excel’s new build framework. Loreburn Housing Association in Dumfries has awarded two major projects to Ashleigh (Scotland) Ltd - a £4.8m project to build 27 homes in Annan and a £14.8m pr

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Stirling Council’s annual housing rent consultation is now open for tenants to share their views on rent levels for 2021/22. The survey seeks to gather people’s views on potential rent increase options for the coming financial year, helping tenants inform councillors’ decisions wh

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Plans to convert The Royal Hotel in Bridge of Allan into 23 flats and houses has been given the green light by Stirling Council’s planning and regulation panel subject to conditions. The proposals would see 11 flats built within the existing hotel building, which is located in the centre of th

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Stirling Council has outlined ambitious plans to deliver affordable homes across the region for the benefit of all its communities. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) 2021/22 to 2025/26 sets out the council’s approach to invest in and deliver affordable housing throughout Stirling ov

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Stirling Council has approved a revised budget that it said will safeguard vital services during the coronavirus pandemic and secure almost £2 million of additional capital investment in digital technology. At a special meeting of council last Thursday, there was unanimous cross-party support

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