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We'll meet by Zoom

Community Council meeting via ZOOM – Monday 8th June 2020

While the Coronavirus emergency prevents us meeting in person, we have decided to resume meetings, via Zoom. We do not anticipate this will be a full public meeting, so please…

Blane Valley Inn Jan 2020

Blane Valley Inn – From Pub to private house?

Residents will be aware that the Blane Valley Inn sadly closed its doors in February. New owners have filed a planning application to convert the pub into a private house….

Station Road closure 10-12 May 2020

Station Road, Blanefield will close from its junction with the A81 (Glasgow Road, Blanefield) to its junction with the A809 from 0800 hours on SUNDAY 10-5-20 until 1800 hours on…

Community Council meetings suspended due to Coronavirus.

Community council meetings across Stirling District are cancelled until further notice.

However, your community councillors are of course in touch with one another and can be reached by email to contact@strathblanecc.org.uk

Community Council Meeting 2 September 2019

The next meeting of Strathblane Community Council will be on Monday 2nd September 2019 at 7.30pm in the Village Club. AGENDA 1.     Welcome from the Chair and declarations of interest…

Gladman planning application for Campsie Road: Second appeal under way.

The new appeal is under way with reference PPA-390-2060-1. The new Reporter invited those who had made submissions to the original appeal to comment whether anything has changed in the…

16 weeks road closure between Mugdock and Milngavie

Mugdock Road between Mugdock and Milngavie is closed for 16 weeks from 17 June.  This is to allow a new pipeline to link Burncrooks reservoir to the Milngavie water treatment…

Gladman WIN second bite at appeal…

The planning application was rejected; an appeal to the Scottish Ministers was rejected, BUT Gladman made an appeal to the Court of Session, whose decision was issued on 14 June 2019. 

The Court of Session on 14 June 2019 has quashed the appeal decision, raising the prospect that the development will go ahead.

VOTING is OPEN until Sunday 23rd June. Your Stirling: You Decide – participate in council budgeting!

For the Forth and Endrick ward, 36 voting proposals have been made out of the ideas submitted by the public. Residents now have the chance to vote.

Gladman WIN at Court of Session

The planning application was rejected; an appeal to the Scottish Ministers was rejected, BUT Gladman made an appeal to the Court of Session, whose decision was issued on 14 June 2019. 

The Court of Session on 14 June 2019 has quashed the appeal decision, raising the prospect that the development will go ahead.