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Developer JMG Residential has launched a pre-application consultation seeking feedback for its plans to build 91 homes in the village of Throsk. A spokesperson said: “The proposed development lies on a 16-acre site located off the A905, within and adjacent to the existing village of Thros

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Plans to build 85 new houses on land near Pirnhall in Stirling, including 21 affordable homes, have been given the green light by Stirling Council. Members of the council’s planning and regulation panel approved an application by Bellway Homes for land between Croftside Farm and Hillhead Farm

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Real estate developer Simply UK has celebrated the final stages of its care home development at Oakshott House in Stirling.

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A London-based architecture firm has been tasked with reconfiguring the Thistles Shopping Centre in Stirling to help 'future-proof' the retail space as it emerges from the pandemic. Asset management group Scoop, which manages the centre, has enlisted POD Architects to “creatively realise

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Barratt Homes West Scotland has returned with a revised proposal for a new housing estate in Cambusbarron with almost a third fewer homes than its previous application. The developer lost its bid to overturn Stirling Council’s refusal of the 265-home plan for the Seven Sist

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New council housing in St Ninians, delivered by local builder Ogilvie Homes, has been handed over to tenants. The 10 homes at the King's Meadow development at Monteith Avenue were built as part of Stirling Council’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP), which aims to provide new high-quali

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Plans to build more than 40 houses in Bannockburn have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s planning and regulation panel. The proposed development covers an area that extends from Milnepark Road to the north and Newlands Road to the west. Of the 41 detached and semi-detached

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Plans have been lodged to demolished most of a derelict listed building in Bridge of Allan to make way for a new care home. Real estate developer Simply UK has submitted applications to Stirling Council to build the three-storey 70-bed facility at 103-105 Henderson Street. Elements of the 

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