As of the 1st June 2018, the Fountain Road recycling facility will no longer be in use.
For more information on waste and recycling please phone 01786 40 40 40 or visit stirling.gov.uk.
The recycling facility at Bridge of Allan is to be removed as part of an initiative to enhance the car park at the Co-op. Stirling Council Waste Services have experienced difficulties in maintaining high standards of cleanliness around these banks due to misuse and have subsequently taken the decision to remove them. The Service is committed to achieving the highest rate of recycling and would advise customers that an additional recycling box for glass is available on request. In addition to this, cans and plastic can be placed in your blue bin and paper and card can be placed in your green bin. Additional recycling facilities are also available at Lower Polmaise Waste Management Facility.
Strathallan Community Rail Partnership are holding a conference and AGM this Saturday at BofA Parish Church. Details below
The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (Abercromby Drive, Bridge of Allan) (Temporary Closure) Order 2018 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 6-4-18.
Abercromby Drive – 2018-04-24a
The ORDER will close:-
Abercromby Drive From the junction with Mine Road to the point where it meets Clarement Drive from 0700 hours until 1800 hours from 24-4-18 until 25-4-18 to facilitate the safe removal of redundant telecoms equipment.
Alternative Routes: via Mine Road, Chalton Road, Abercromby Drive and vice versa
A COPY of the Order, may be examined at the Stirling Council’s Offices, Environment and Place, Endrick House, Kerse Road, Stirling during office hours.
www.stirling.gov.uk or www.tellmescotland.gov.uk
We have been advised work is progressing well with the replacing of the New Rail Bridge to the extent they are bringing the full closure date forward by 1 week. The planned full closure for Kerse Road Bridge is being brought forward by one week. This will commence at 6.00 am on the morning of Monday 16 April 2018
Stirling Council have issued their March Community News Sheet. As always it’s full of useful information and is well worth a peruse.