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
Stirling Council has launched a new funding programme to support the development of dementia-friendly communities across the region.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has officially opened a new £6 million project which uses cutting-edge renewables technology to harness energy from waste water.
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.
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
A new chief officer has been appointed to take forward the development of the Clackmannanshire and Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership. Annemargaret Black, who is currently the head of community health and care for the East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership, will take up the role i
Carol Beattie has been appointed by Stirling Council as its new chief executive officer. The local authority said Ms Beattie was unanimously appointed by the recruitment panel yesterday following a rigorous selection process, chaired by council leader Scott Farmer.
The first ever affordable housing development in the village of Killearn has been handed over to tenants by Rural Stirling Housing Association. Local MSP Bruce Crawford formally opened the twelve new homes for rent at the Aitken Street and Wilson Crescent development at a celebration ceremony.
Plans to build 185 new houses in Stirling, including 46 affordable homes, have been given the green light. The development at Newpark Farm, St Ninians, will comprise a mixture of bungalows, cottage flats, short terraces, semi-detached and detached properties.
Allyson Allison with her award alongside Kevin Stewart, minster for local government, housing and planning A Stirling Council worker has received national recognition for her efforts in bringing empty homes back into use after scooping a prestigious award.
More than two thirds of residents in Glasgow, Stirling and Perth want protected space for cycling, according to the UK's most comprehensive assessment of cycling in cities. The Bike Life reports, which are produced by Sustrans in partnership with Glasgow, Stirling and Perth and Kinross councils and
Allyson Allison with an earlier award A Stirling Council worker is in the running for two prestigious accolades for her efforts in bringing empty homes back into use.
(from left) Cllr Tweed, James McGrory, Cllr Martin Earl, John McIntyre (A.C Whyte site manager), and Jennifer Phin (managing director of A.C Whyte) A joint initiative between Stirling Council and the Scottish Government has helped increase the heat for more than 1,000 homes across the area.
Stirling Council has approved £85,000 of funding to improve broadband access for rural communities. The Balquhidder Community Broadband (BCB) project will receive £70,000, while £15,000 will be allocated to Argaty and Kilbryde.
Stewart Carruth The chief executive of Stirling Council has resigned from the position effective from today.