Next meeting: Wednesday 19th October, 8:00 p.m. in the Primary School.
- Unadopted minutes of June meeting
Development at Blairessan
Mactaggart and Mickel have produced a revised draft plan for the Blairessan development.
Mactaggart and Mickel are holding a public presentation and Q&A session about the Blairessan development. It will take place in the village hall on Tuesday 27th September from 7:00-8:00 p.m. More information is available in Mactaggart and Mickel's brochure.
Our final interim document of feedback, collated from Mactaggart and Mickel's public consultation event and KCC's April meeting, is available.
Mactaggart and Mickel's display boards from their public consultation event on Tuesday 29th March are still available to download (the file is very high quality so is a large download).
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Police: The Police Report for September is available.
Roads Report: The Roads Report now includes general maintenance issues and is split into two documents, one showing ongoing current issues and one showing completed issues.
The Planning schedule summarising June-September is available.
The Autumn edition of the NHS Forth Valley Community newsletter is available from their news website.
Stirling Council's August Community News Sheet is available.
Post Office: We have been informed that the PO will be introducing a mobile outreach service from the outside of the former Spar. It will be open every Tuesday from 15:00 to 16:30, beginning on 6th September.
Stirling Council is rolling out a programme of work, Community and Customer Access and Services, which will consider how it works with it's customers, families and communities. It will ensure that services are delivered in a modern, tailored and efficient way. Engaging with its customers and communities is critical to ensure that community voice is at the heart of the programme to design a range of services that best meets the needs of the customers and communities. It will be providing more and more opportunities to access services, report a fault or make a payment online, so it is looking to redesign its customer services to take advantage of these benefits for people in Stirling.
Stirling Council would appreciate it if you would complete its online survey by the end of August
Killearn Hospital Site Development:
Refuse Collection: Stirling Council's new waste delivery model is anticipated to be implemented in September 2016. This will consist of a four bin system where waste streams/recycled materials are collected as follows:
- Paper/cardboard. Collected once every 4 weeks
- Plastics, cans, cartons. Collected once every 2 weeks
- Garden waste co-mingled with food waste. Collected every 2 weeks
- Residual waste. Collected every 2 weeks.
- Glass. Collected every 2 weeks utilising one of the recycling boxes.
Stirling Council will be publicising these arrangements further over the summer months.