Wolfcraig Distillery has signed a new land deal with Ambassador Group that will result in the £15 million development of a new Scotch Whisky distillery and visitor centre being located at the Craigforth Campus in Stirling.
A plan to demolish an empty block of flats at St Ninians to build eight new cottage flats has been conditionally approved by Stirling Council. The local authority revealed plans last year to redevelop the derelict site at 24 Glasgow Road into new one and two-bedroom flats.
A vacant builder’s yard and workshop in Bannockburn village has been sold out of liquidation to property developers Lovell Partnership Ltd in a deal which will regenerate the historical site and create 41 new homes, including ten affordable properties. Paul Dounis and Lindsey Cooper of RSM Res
A family construction firm has won a top industry award for “outstanding” work on a Bridge of Allan kitchen renovation. Kevin Wilson Joiners & Building Contractors was awarded the Best Kitchen Project honour by the Federation of Master Builders (FMB) at its 2021 Scotl
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
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
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
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
Four historic communities across Scotland will benefit from a combined investment of more than £4.5 million from Historic Environment Scotland (HES) to preserve built heritage and stimulate economic regeneration.