Stirling

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Stirling Council has approved a £200 million development plan to transform the city into a world-class centre of enterprise and opportunity. Councillors yesterday voted to pursue the City Development Framework plans which are designed to help the city build on its strengths to become an economic an

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Revised plans for a proposed golf and tennis centre near Dunblane have been rejected by Stirling Council. The Park of Keir project, which was supported by golfer Colin Montgomerie and Judy Murray, mother of former Wimbledon champion Andy, was to be located at Park of Keir, between Murray's home town

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The first sod on a new primary school development in Stirling was cut last week at a special ceremony on site attended by councillors, school children and Scottish Government minister for learning Dr Alasdair Allan. Also in attendance were representatives of hub East Central Scotland who are leading

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Stirling Council has granted planning consent for a new Academic Centre at Stirling University. Designed by Page/Park Architects, the new building is a joint venture from the INTO University of Stirling Partnership. The INTO students will come from abroad and experience a year of learning language i

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Student accommodation specialist Empiric has acquired part of a site in Stirling on which it plans to build a 200-bed development comprising a mix of studios and apartments. The full site, off Forthside Way, has planning consent for 214 residential apartments and it is likely that the balance of the

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Proposals for the phased redevelopment and modernisation of Queen Victoria School in Dunblane have been submitted to Stirling Council. Developed by Holmes Miller Architects, working collaboratively with GVA James Barr and Horner + MacLennan Landscape Architects, the plans include rationalisation and

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L-R Gary Bushnell (Hub East Chief Executive), Andy Mallice (Robertson Group MD), David Lang (Stirling Council’s Director Of Education), David Mackenzie (Business Development Director for Robertson Group), Cllr Violet Weir, Cllr Alistair Berrill, Cllr Margaret Brisley, Monica Cavanagh (Acting Head

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An ambitious £200 million plan to reposition Stirling as an “economic and cultural powerhouse” at the heart of Scotland is being developed by Stirling Council. The plan – part of the council’s City Development Framework – is being drawn up in association with public and private sector sta

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Historic Scotland’s landmark £8.9 million Engine Shed project in Forthside, Stirling, has taken another step closer to being realised with the appointment of contractor Esh Border Construction. The construction phase will see the transformation of an unused building into a world-leading education

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Proposals to create an innovative new care village in the grounds of Stirling Community hospital have been given the green light to progress. The Outline Business Case for a new integrated health and social care development has been formally approved by the Scottish Government which means plans can

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Construction works are complete on the extension to the Premier Inn at Stirling Pirnhall. The two extensions which was completed last moth was designed by Lawrence McPherson Associates and brings the total number of bedrooms at Pirnhall to 82. In addition to the extensions, works included an upgrade

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