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Approved plans for a retail-led redevelopment of vacant land at Springkerse in Stirling have been amended to include a second drive-thru to meet demand and enable the project to be commercially viable.

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Proposals to construct an algae manufacturing facility near Balfron have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s Planning and Regulation Panel. Biotech company MiAlgae is seeking to install eight cylindrical tanks and associated shipping containers to help with the manufacturing

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Forth Housing Association has welcomed the completion of a new housing development at Johnston Avenue in Cornton, Stirling. The handover of this fourth development in Cornton sets the seal on Forth’s continued commitment to the redevelopment of this priority regeneration area.

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Cala Homes (West) has successfully completed the purchase of the Killearn Hospital site, and its surrounding grounds, to support its plans to create a new community of 89 homes.

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Stirling Council planners have conditionally approved plans submitted by Plean Precast Ltd for a steel frame extension to an existing brickwork shed. A 1424m² extension to the existing casting shed will now begin construction. This will accommodate the additional production of precast units fol

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Engineers have successfully completed major improvements on the Forth Viaduct in Stirling, extending the lifespan of the bridge and ensuring work on this scale won’t be needed for another 25 years. Work began in January when engineers erected scaffolding along the 20-metre span of the 10m-high

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A proposed solar farm on the grounds of an A-listed building in Kippen, nine miles west of Stirling, has been approved by councillors. The 315 sq m development, consisting of 78 solar panels, will be installed on a field at Dun Eaglais on Station Road, the Stirling Observer reports.

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Stirling councillors are set to visit the site of a proposed £15 million distillery and visitor centre which was refused planning permission in March. Wolfcraig Distillery signed a land deal with Ambassador Group last year that it hoped would have resulted in the development being lo

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Plans for 44 new homes on greenbelt land near Dunblane have been lodged with Stirling Council. Kippendavie Group Trust, which manages the Kippendavie Estate, has proposed to build the homes at land east of Kellie Wynd, Leighton Avenue and Leighton Court off Robertson Road, the Stirling Observer repo

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A plan to build a biomethane plant near Kippen has been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s Planning and Regulation Panel. Graham’s, The Family Dairy, is seeking to install the facility on a 1.9-hectare site north east of Mains of Boquhan as part of its plans to achieve net

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