Stirling

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Stirling Council is set to purchase 19 new homes for social rent in Plean to help meet demand for social housing in the area. The affordable homes, which will form part of Ogilvie Homes housing development, known as Orchid Park at McAulay Brae/Touchill Farm, will be the first new social housing in P

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Carmichael Homes has submitted plans to Stirling Council for a residential development of 18 dwellings, infrastructure and open space on land south of Plean Parish Church on Main Street. Documents submitted with the application read: “The site has been granted planning permission previously fo

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A decision to refuse plans for an A9 roadside services development outside Dunblane has been upheld by the Scottish Government. Developer GB Grove Ltd had planned to deliver a filling station, HGV truck stop, amenity building with rest area, toilet and shower facilities and two units for u

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A contractor who contravened bat and bird protection laws when he demolished a five-bedroom mansion on a Dunblane estate owned by Stagecoach tycoon Ann Gloag has been fined after a sheriff accepted he had been deceived into carrying out the work.

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Stirling Council planners have conditionally approved an application by Emma Gallagher for a change of use of Stirling Spiritualist Church at 27 King Street. The proposal will subdivide and change the use of the existing building from a church into three flats, creating new openings on the northwest

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The developers behind a proposed £15 million Stirling distillery and visitor centre have said they are still committed to the project despite being “extremely surprised” by Stirling Council's decision to reject the planning application.

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A site on the outskirts of Plean is to be transformed into a small housing development after councillors approved an application from Hescott Engineering Ltd.

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Councillors have approved plans for the upgrade to the hydro-electric power station compound near Killin. Located on land next to the existing Lochay Hydro Power Station in Glen Lochay, the development will include two new grid transformers, a single storey control room and the upgrading of existing

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