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Next Meeting: Wednesday 19th June 2024, 8:00 p.m., preceded by the A.G.M at 7:45 p.m. This will be a hybrid meeting – in person in the Garden room at Killean Village Hall and online via Zoom. Please contact us at ContactUs@KillearnCC.org.uk us by Tuesday 18th if you wish to join the meeting or for more information.

Local Place Plan

Do you live in the Killearn Community Council Area? (Check!)

If so, we need your views on what makes it a good place to live in, and what could be improved.

To let us know, please fill in the survey at OurPlace.scot: https://www.ourplace.scot/tool/start/killearn-adult-pop.

This is the first step in putting together a Local Place Plan to guide how we would like to see the area develop over the next 10 years – more information coming soon.

Latest News

  • The Police report to June is available.

  • The Planning schedule for May-June is available.

  • Road closure. Below is a notification of the closure for maintenance of the Blane Bridge between 16th June and 25th August.

    The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (B834, Blanewater Bridge, nr Killearn) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic) Order 2024 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 24-5-24.

    This Order will close:

    B834 From its junction with the A809 to its junction with the A81 from 16-6-24 until 25-8-24 to facilitate rebuild / refurbishment works.

    Alternative Routes:

    • Cars and LGVs – A809, A811, A81 and vice versa
    • HGVs – via A809, A811, A875, B834 and vice versa

    A COPY of the Order can be provided by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

  • Update 134 (May) is available.

  • Stirling Council's Community Development News (CDNews) Bulletin for June is available from the Community Development news bulletins page on their website. This issue includes: Information on the election – how to register to vote/new rules on ID/postal voting; Charity rules prior to elections; Third Sector Hustings; Consultations; School Age Payments; Funding, and events and opportunities.

  • We've been contacted by the network provider SP Energy Networks (who are definitely not the same thing as Scottish Power). Anyone living within southern central Scotland, north west Wales, Merseyside, Cheshire and north Shropshire are their customers.

    They're looking to ensure vulnerable customers are added or updating their detail on the Priority Services Register. Once added this will ensure that during a power cut that they can tailor the support needed during this period and pro-actively keep customers up to date where possible. We have a leaflet on who is applicable to be on the register. The register applies to households and not the individual, so they can take details for anyone in the residence all under one name (the person filling out the form).

    Secondly, we have a leaflet promoting their additional services, which all come free of charge. They've partnered with various organisations that will help make customers' homes as warm and as energy efficient as possible, to help reduce the rising costs of energy. They can also offer home fire safety checks, offer carers support and also look into income maximisation through benefit checks, this has in some cases led to backdated payments.

  • Councillor Gerry McGarvey is available to try and help with any concerns or issues Killearn residents may have regarding Stirling Council Services.

    Gerry is happy to meet in-person and face-to-face, by zoom, or chat by telephone. To arrange a time to meet with one of your local Councillors:

    Email: mcgarveyg@stirling.gov.uk
    Tel: 01786 233 122

  • 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.

    Documentation: