Stirling Council has outlined plans to deliver affordable homes across the region to benefit all of its communities. As well as new homes being built the Council hopes the SHIP project will increase economic activity in the area, create more jobs and training opportunities in the construction sector, reduce fuel poverty and, help support the regeneration activity in Raploch and Cornton. Shocking numbers of coronavirus cases have been emerging from India over the past two weeks, overwhelming…. Student paramedics are fighting for equal bursaries as many work two jobs to support themselves…. Welcome to Brig Newspaper Click to listen highlighted text! Welcome to Brig Newspaper.
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Stirling Council agreed its first budget and five-year business plan under the Priority Based Budgeting process last week with councillors on all sides showing little disagreement over major issues. The SNP based their own budget proposals on the options set out previously by the council administration with proposals they firmly rejected including reductions in school support staff, the removal of attendants at park and ride sites and the cutting back of bridge maintenance work. The administration has now approved a number of areas for joint working including in the area of youth services and in the creation of a joint education committee. By Gregor White. Join thousands of others in getting the stories that matter to you sent straight to your inbox. Invalid Email Something went wrong, please try again later.
Stirling Council announces plans to build more than 1,400 homes by 2026
The service was formed as part of the restructuring of the Council in to deliver on this vision working closely with partner agencies and in particular with Schools and Learning as an effective children's service. To allow us to provide better services locally, future developments include commissioning intensive support services to work with young people and their families to keep them at home. The transformation of our current children's home will allow us to provide better services for our most vulnerable children locally. The service is continuing to extend and improve our fostering service.
Every day the Council provides a wide range of services essential to enhancing the life of people living in or visiting the area. The Council wants to ensure that the old and young are cared for; to provide support for those in need; to educate our young people; to care for our environment and enhance cultural and sporting opportunities for all. It wants to drive inclusive economic growth, culture and tourism for the area. The Council is committed to ensuring that the delivery of quality services is at the heart of its communities and have approved a five year Business Plan for —