Work has commenced to deliver 22 new affordable homes at Bannockburn Road in Cowie on the site of the former St Margaret’s Primary School in Stirling.
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.
The process for securing required community benefits from the proposed Park of Keir development is nearing conclusion, Stirling Council has confirmed.
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.
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
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,
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
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'
Stirling Council said its housing rents will remain among the lowest in Scotland after councillors approved a marginal 1.3% increase for the year ahead. The rise will see the average rent of a council property increase by 98p per week, from £75.77 to £76.75 over a 48-week period.
Stirling councillor Graham Lambie has been described as "one of a kind" by friends and colleagues following his death. The Forth and Endrick ward member sadly passed away at home last week aged 62 and council leader Scott Farmer has led the tributes on behalf of the local authority.
Stirling Council's plans to demolish an empty block of flats at St Ninians to build eight new cottage flats have now been submitted for planning consent. The local authority revealed plans last year to redevelop the site at 24 Glasgow Road into new one and two-bedroom flats.
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
Plans to build up to 400 new houses to the east of Fallin have been approved by Stirling Council’s planning and regulation panel, subject to conditions.
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
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.