Proposals for more than 300 homes on four different sites across Raploch have been approved by councillors. Members of Stirling Council’s planning and regulations panel backed plans by Robertson Group to build homes on land owned by the council.
Over £90 million is to be invested in Stirling and Clackmannanshire through an ambitious UK City Region Deal which aims to use infrastructure to drive economic growth across the region. Working in partnership with both Stirling Council and Clackmannanshire Council, the deal will see the Scottish Go
Planning permission in principle for a new residential development in rural Stirling has been given the green light by Stirling Council. Members of the council’s planning and regulations panel signed off on a stage one proposal for new houses near Lampson Road in Killearn, subject to an agreement
Private landlords and agents are being encouraged to register for the upcoming Private Rented Sector Open Day and Conference organised by Stirling Council. The free annual event provides an opportunity for delegates to hear from national experts in the private rented sector, seek advice and informat
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
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.
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.
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
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
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
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
A project to combat loneliness among older and vulnerable people is being launched by Stirling Council. LinkAge Stirling aims to reduce social isolation by helping people feel more connected with their communities.
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
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