Next Meeting: Wednesday 15th December 2021, 8:00 p.m. This will be an online Zoom meeting – please contact us (ContactUs@KillearnCC.org.uk) by Tuesday 14th to join the meeting.
Consultation on Zebra Crossings in Killearn
Stirling Council has funding available for two zebra crossings in Killearn. We have already have some requests for crossing sites but are seeking further comments as to the best positions for these crossings.
More details, including a map of proposed locations so far, are available.
Please email us (ContactUs@KillearnCC.org.uk) with any comments by Friday 10th December.
Update 108 is available.
Stirling Council's Community Development News (CDNews) Bulletin for November is available from their Community Development page.
This issue includes:
- A Little Self-Care this Winter
- Covid Information - Mobile Testing Dates
- Winter Warmer Advice
- Credit Unions
- Cyber Corner - Accessibility
- Funding opportunities
- Stirling Lottery Funding
- Our Community - Killearn Heritage Trail
The Transport Planning Team at Stirling Council recently introduced a number of measures throughout the Stirling area to make journeys safer for cycling, walking and wheeling during and in recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. These measures were introduced initially on a temporary basis through the Scottish Government’s Spaces for People fund, and in consultation with our communities.
As part of the team's efforts to monitor the impact of these temporary changes made to the streets in your local area during the COVID-19 period, the team would like to know your views on the temporary measures and whether you feel these interventions should be made permanent.
The survey (https://spaces-for-people-stirling.hub.arcgis.com/) will be open between Monday 22nd November and Friday 10th December 2021 and will only take a few minutes of your time to complete.
We have three press releases from NHS Forth Valley:
The Police report for November is available, which includes advice about security during darker nights on the way, bike security and avoiding online fraud.
The Planning schedule for October-November is available.
Due to now also serving Drymen, the hours of the Mobile Post Office in Killearn have moved forward from 15:30-16:45 to 14:30-15:00.
Review of Proposed Path between Former Hospital Site and Killearn
The proposal for the path connecting the development at the former hospital site and Killearn is part of application 20/00098/FUL (viewable at Stirling Council's planning portal). KCC considers that there are problems with the proposed route and is looking into an alternative.