Stirling Council

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Stirling Council has launched a pilot project aimed at keeping older residents more connected with their rural communities. LinkAge Stirling combats loneliness and isolation in the over-65 population by using a person’s existing support network, such as GPs, pharmacies, relatives and even self-ref

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Vodafone UK chief executive, Nick Jeffery (left), with Greg Mesch, chief executive at CityFibre Homes and businesses in Edinburgh and Stirling will be the next Scottish cities to benefit from gigabit speed full fibre broadband with work set to begin later this year.

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The latest batch of new affordable homes were opened in Stirling yesterday at the Royal Park View development in Raploch. Local councillors, tenants and invited guests attended the official ribbon cutting ceremony, following the completion of 20 new properties for Stirling Council tenants.

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Stirling Council has approved a 3% rise in Council Tax as part of a budget package it says will safeguard vital services and invest almost £26 million of capital programme resources in enhancing the area. Councillors met yesterday to decide the revenue and capital financial plan for the year ahead

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Eight new properties for Stirling Council tenants have been completed on the site of the former Riverside Swimming Pool. The James Street development, which was supported by £368,000 of Scottish Government grant funding, comprises four one-bedroom and four two-bedroom cottage flats that were design

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Investment of almost £26 million is being proposed for Stirling under a draft administration budget and capital plan published ahead of a meeting this week. The proposals would see Stirling Council investing over £1m in initiatives including a pilot project to target holiday hunger among school pu

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Stirling Council has refused two applications from Persimmon Homes to develop land to the east of Plean around Cushenquarter Farm. Persimmon Homes was seeking permission to build 500 residential units, an access off the A9 Main Street and the erection of a primary school. Its application sought plan

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A new group is to be established by Stirling Council to ensure residents on Universal Credit continue to be supported. Universal Credit was piloted in Stirling in May 2015 for a small percentage of residents, and fully implemented in June this year for anyone of working age on a low income in or out

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Stirling Council, alongside partner Scottish Water Horizons, has been awarded £100,000 to explore a pioneering heat solution for rural Stirling, with initial feasibility being carried out in Callander. The first study of its kind in the UK, the project will investigate how waste heat extracted from

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Housing convenor Evelyn Tweed (left) with cabinet secretary for communities, social security and equalities, Angela Constance Stirling Council’s plans to develop over 700 new affordable homes over the coming five years have been highlighted to the Scottish Government.

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Stirling Council will work with partners to build more than 700 new affordable homes over the next five years. Communities in Cornton, Cultenhove, Raploch and in a number of rural settlements will all benefit from the creation of more social rented houses, while affordable housing will also be provi

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CALA Homes (West) has submitted a planning application to Stirling Council for a proposed housing development in Kippen. The housebuilder is proposing a development of 31 homes on the Oakwood site, which is allocated for housing in the adopted Stirling Local Development Plan 2014.

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Plans to build 70 homes and a new cemetery on greenbelt land in Strathblane have been refused by Stirling Council. The development, which was being taken forward by Gladman Developments, was proposed for land south of Broadgate House on Campsie Road.

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The Robert the Bruce monument at Bannockburn Councillors have unanimously refused planning permission in principle for a “major development” at a part of the Bannockburn battle site but have backed plans to bring one of Killearn’s oldest and most prominent buildings back into use as affordable

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