New council housing in St Ninians, delivered by local builder Ogilvie Homes, has been handed over to tenants. The 10 homes at the King's Meadow development at Monteith Avenue were built as part of Stirling Council’s Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP), which aims to provide new high-quali
Stirling Council's plans to demolish an empty block of flats at St Ninians to build eight new cottage flats have now been submitted for planning consent. The local authority revealed plans last year to redevelop the site at 24 Glasgow Road into new one and two-bedroom flats.
Plans to build more than 40 houses in Bannockburn have been given conditional approval by Stirling Council’s planning and regulation panel. The proposed development covers an area that extends from Milnepark Road to the north and Newlands Road to the west. Of the 41 detached and semi-detached
Plans have been lodged to demolished most of a derelict listed building in Bridge of Allan to make way for a new care home. Real estate developer Simply UK has submitted applications to Stirling Council to build the three-storey 70-bed facility at 103-105 Henderson Street. Elements of the
A £750,000 project to build Scotland’s first new community-owned library in the village of Strathblane will be kick-started shortly after a successful fundraising appeal. As 2020 ended, residents of Strathblane and Blanefield had received a total of £52,239 in response to their&nbs
Plans submitted by Allanwater Homes to build more than 30 homes on Bridge of Allan grassland has been described as 'the next generation' of housing growth in the town. The developer submitted a proposal of application notice to Stirling Council earlier this year. Documents on its website detail that
Stirling Council has outlined ambitious plans to deliver affordable homes across the region for the benefit of all its communities. The Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP) 2021/22 to 2025/26 sets out the council’s approach to invest in and deliver affordable housing throughout Stirling ov
Stirling Council has unanimously granted planning approval for a major development at Finnich Glen, near Killearn. Architects and planning consultants Bell Ingram Design lodged the application for the 10.9-hectare site – made famous by TV series Outlander – on behalf of landowner an