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Find the minutes to our most recent meeting here.


Find Stirling Council's weekly planning schedule here.


Find information on the Living Streets trial street closures and other parking issues here.


Enjoy our gallery of pictures from our Jubilee Celebrations here

What's going on in...

We have updated our home page - all our previous announcements can be found here.

Stirling and beyond


5th August 2022

Lovers Walk Update

Joan and Fiona attended a meeting with Stirling Council representatives on Friday 5th August and an update on the Lovers Walk proposal was requested Click below for the update.

June 2022

Public Meeting Minutes

Please find the draft meeting minutes for the June meeting here.

Minutes are available two weeks before the next community council meeting.  Our next meeting is on the 31st August.

July 2022

Active Travel

Ashleigh has written an article on the benefits of keeping to our 20mph limit. You can read it here.

july 2022

On-Street Parking Spaces

The COUNCIL propose to make The Stirling Council (On-Street Parking Spaces for Disabled Persons No’s 19-25) Order 2022 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984.

The Order will introduce disabled parking as follows:-

14 Alexandra Place, Riverside – TM/6 – SRO/2022(249)

Further details can be requested by e-mailing 

traffic@stirling.gov.uk for three weeks from 27-7-22.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting the appropriate reference number by 17-8-22.

Objectors should be aware that their name and the grounds for objection may require to be released to the applicant for the disabled persons’ parking space.

www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk

june 2022

School Streets Trial - Survey Results

You can find the summary report from Living Streets regarding the School Street Closure Trial here. Do let me know your thoughts once you have gone through it.


Stirling Council have informed us that Living Streets are looking at setting up a meeting with everyone in the next month or so, before publishing the final report, they will discuss the results further including the next steps.

july 2022

On-Street Electric Parking Spaces -
Abbey Road

The COUNCIL propose to make The Stirling Council (Electric Vehicle On-Street Parking) (Consolidation and Amendment No 3) Order 2022 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended).

This Order:-
Proposes to introduce parking spaces specifically for electric vehicles on Queen Street and Upper Bridge Street, Stirling between the Hours of 8.45 am and 5.30 pm, Monday to Saturday inclusive;

Subject to a charge of £1.20, £1.80 £ 2.30 and £3.20 for waiting up to 60 minutes, two hours, four hours and four hours + respectively; and to introduce spaces specifically for Electric Vehicles ‘At Any Time’ on Drip Road, Raploch, Abbey Road, Riverside and Bayne Street and Cowane Street, Stirling.

Further details can be requested by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk.

Objectors should send their reasons in writing to the Head of Service, Environment and Place by e-mailing traffic@stirling.gov.uk quoting reference TM/6 – SRO/2022(235) by 10-8-22.

www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk


Find a map here.

May 2022

AGM Minutes (Draft)

You can read the minutes for the AGM here.

The presentation is available for your enjoyment too.

5th august 2022

Stirling adds new mental health service for pupils ahead of Results Day

Ahead of Exam Results Day next Tuesday (9 Aug), Stirling Council has launched a new mental health service for local young people and is highlighting other available supports.

Kooth is the latest platform to offer online mental health and emotional wellbeing support for children and young adults in Stirling.

2nd august 2022

Regional Digital Hubs set to boost Stirling business

Stirling businesses will soon have new, additional high quality space to grow and stay local thanks to funding from the Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal.

Plans to develop a trio of new Regional Digital Hubs were announced in February and work to open the first of the three has taken a step forward after Cllrs approved £500,000 of City Deal investment from the Scottish Government.

ist august 2022

Rangers are back and ready to roll in Stirling

Stirling Council’s Greenspace Ranger service has been re-established with a full complement of staff.

The Rangers work to manage, maintain and promote greenspaces for both people and wildlife across the Stirling area. Officers work closely with council colleagues, local community groups, schools and the public to encourage enjoyment of the natural and cultural heritage of their sites.

29th July 2022

Active travel transformation steps forward in Stirling

The next phase of Stirling’s active travel transformation will get underway in Causewayhead in August.

Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling – one of the cornerstone projects of the £90.2million Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal – will create two active travel arteries, connecting people and places in the heart of Stirling like never before.

27th July 2022

Council Leader demands better pay offer to avert strikes

Stirling Council Leader Chris Kane has urged COSLA and the Scottish Government to provide an improved pay offer to staff after local Unions announced plans to strike.

Council workers at Stirling are among staff at nine local authorities across Scotland who have voted in favour of industrial action over a 2% pay increase offered to them by the Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA).

21st July 2022

Walk, Live, Cycle Stirling Update

Find an update on the works for the Causewayhead and Dunster Road sections of Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling will be commencing on Monday 1st August for a 10 week period.

12th July 2022

WLCS Newsletter

Please see the latest Stirling active travel project updates here.


Further detail can be accessed on the links here: Stirling’s Walking and Cycling Index and the  Stirling Station project

21st July 2022

Police Scotland Survey

Police Scotland recognise the importance of understanding the views and priorities of Scotland's diverse communities.

This survey is a platform for you to share your views and experience of your police service. Responses are analysed weekly to help shape how we do things.