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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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Five ambitious active travel proposals from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Inverness have been successful in the final judging of the Sustrans Scotland’s Community Links PLUS (CLPLUS) competition. Run by Sustrans and funded by the Scottish Government, the competition delivers pioneering and game

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The Scottish Government has announced its intention to grant planning permission in principle for a proposed tennis and golf centre at Park of Keir in Dunblane. Backed by Judy Murray and former Ryder Cup golf captain Colin Montgomerie, the £37.5 million development will feature 12 tennis courts and

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Douglas Spowart, relationship director, social housing & commercial real estate, Bank of Scotland and Margaret Turner, chairperson of Forth Housing Association Forth Housing Association (FHA) has announced a £13 million, three-year plan to build 130 new homes, with support from the Scottish Gov

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Stirling Council has approved Network Rail’s planning application to replace the Kerse Road Bridge as part of the electrification of the area’s rail network. The application sought permission to replace the existing bridge in order to meet the clearance distances required for the electrification

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Stirling Council has been fined £10,500 for ignoring warnings for nine years about asbestos in the basement of its Old Viewforth headquarters. The local authority sent office staff to sweep, dust and move furniture about in a boiler room where pipes were lagged with the potentially deadly material.

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Contractors are being invited to come forward with bids to build a new national women’s prison in Stirling. The new prison, catering for just 80 of the most serious offenders, is to be built to replace Scotland’s only female jail at Cornton Vale.

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Key partners involved in the development of the new Stirling Care Village got together to cut the first sods to mark the start of construction yesterday. The £35 million development, which is being built in the grounds of Stirling Community Hospital, is a joint venture between Stirling Council, NHS

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An innovative new Care Village will be built in the grounds of Stirling Community Hospital following the approval of detailed plans. A full business case for the £35 million development has been approved by the Scottish Government which means building work will begin in January 2017 and the majorit

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The Scottish Cities Alliance has today announced the Smart City projects that will be taken forward in order to transform Scotland’s seven cities into world-leading digital hubs. The Alliance, which is the collaboration of Scotland’s seven cities and the Scottish Government, aims to use Smart Ci

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A long-established Stirling-based window and door manufacturer has been placed in liquidation with the loss of 44 jobs. Founded in 1993, Guardian Systems Ltd manufactured and supplied custom-made windows, doors, conservatories and associated products for the residential and commercial market.

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More than 400 new homes will be built in the Raploch district of Stirling in a bid to accelerate ongoing work to tackle disadvantage and deprivation in the area, the local authority has revealed. Stirling Council has approved the Raploch Regeneration Initiative, a partnership with housebuilder Rober

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