Stirling

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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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Ken Munro, chief executive officer of TechnoNICOL UK, Ireland and USA with cabinet secretary for the economy, jobs and fair work, Keith Brown Glass wool insulation firm Superglass is to benefit from one of the largest investments in Scottish engineering and manufacturing in recent years, doubling it

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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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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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Student accommodation operator Empiric Student Property has exchanged contracts to sell the freehold of the Forthside Way site in Stirling for £2 million excluding costs. The site has detailed planning permission for a 208 bed student accommodation development, which was granted on appeal in Octobe

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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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