Stirling Council

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Councillors from Stirling Council have approved a new £112 million housing investment plan to deliver nearly 1,000 affordable homes across the region. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) for Stirling sets out the council’s affordable housing priorities for the next five years.

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Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA) has unveiled its latest development of new homes in Doune. The development of six properties costing almost £1 million at Woodyard Court has been built in a location where a timber sawmill once stood.

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A groundbreaking project that could see homes in the Forthside area of Stirling provided with heat that’s generated from waste water is now fully operational in the area. (from left) James Reid, divisional manager, FES; Charles Easton, director, FES; Paul Kerr, managing director of Scottish Wa

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Stirling Council's housing service has won the Best Residential Solar and Storage Project award at the annual UK Solar and Storage Awards 2019 in Birmingham, beating a shortlist of four entries. The award recognises the significant impact the council’s investment in renewable technology for it

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More homes are on the way for Stirlingshire following a busy year at Rural Stirling Housing Association (RSHA). The Association’s AGM, which as held in the Woodside Hotel adjacent to its offices in Doune, heard that the organisation had completed new housing at Killearn and Callander.

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Stirling Council’s investment in innovative new technology to ensure warmer, greener and more energy-efficient local authority homes has been praised by the Scottish Government. Minister for local government, housing and planning, Kevin Stewart, visited Raploch to view examples of the innovati

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Housebuilder Mactaggart & Mickel has secured approval for 88 new family homes in Drymen, of which a significant number will be affordable properties for rent and possibly sale.

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Stirling Council must better identify where and how it needs to change to meet future challenges despite recent improvements, according to Scotland’s local government spending watchdog. Services at the council largely perform well, with most services above the national average, and the council

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