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SAAP attended a February meeting with three members from Sustrans on an off-road active travel route (old railway line) from Doune to Burn of Cambus and eventually Callander. 

This is the first phase of a circa 3 mile, £4m project funded by Sustrans.  We strongly lo...


We've been busy lately.  Here are some of the things we've been up to: 

Priority Budgeting meetings

Three of our members have been very busy attending Priority Budgeting (PB) meetings at Stirling City, Dunblane and Aberfoyle.  Discussions focussed around accessi...


Plans for a new 50-bed care home at Livilands Bowling Club in Stirling have been approved without addressing issues raised by SAAP. 

SAAP objected to the plans on the basis of: 

  • unsuitable parking and drop-off arrangements

  • undersized toilets

  • and an over...


Isabella Gorska, a long-standing member of Stirling Area Access Panel (SAAP), has discovered that important information about the planning conditions around city centre developments have been lost by Stirling Council.

Isabella, who is also a Riverside community coun...


We were pleased to see the viewpoint of SAAP highlighted by the Stirling Observer when it shared news that Stirling Council has given the go-ahead for student accommodation from conversion of an old pub.  

The article referenced our concerns that the...

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Round-up of projects to end December 2019

December 30, 2019

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