The car abandoned in September ’21 in the one disabled parking space outside Callander’s Post Office has at long last been removed. This follows a campaign by Callander residents and Councillor Martin Earl, with several supportive articles in the Stirling Observer. As soon as this frustrating situation was reported to SAAP, we commented, advocating the immediate removal of the car, which was preventing people with disabilities from accessing the key services of their Post Off
The Panel supports this Application based on the drawings provided in the Planning Application to Stirling Council, with the following comments and advisory points. 1. Braeport Gate – SAAP would suggest a vertical viewing panel near the latch on the main gate, per BS8300.
Another key aspect is that the main gate should be a two-way, self-closing gate. Using this form of gate ensures that the gate should be safe for all types of users and stop dogs and young children from
We are in Support of the Planning Application for an electrical charge point at Stirling Sheriff Court but highlighted the flawed parking issues there: 1. Off-street Accessible Parking Bays – They are incorrectly orientated, being the reverse of the correct marking despite the Building Standards on correct layout from a footway not being changed in over 10 years. 2. Location of Accessible Parking Bays – The two bays are located in a parking area opposite the front of th
Despite Covid, shielding, lockdown, and no face to face meetings, SAAP still had plenty of scope to be busy with via emails, phone calls, and online meetings, as you'll see from our Annual Report of 2021.