Our next meeting will be held on the 19th January at 7.30pm via Zoom. See the agenda below. Zoom meetigns details are yet to be confirmed, these will be updated here and through our Facebook page when available.
The November meeting minutes have been uploaded to the website. They can be found via the link below.
Police Scotland have shared their report for November with us covering the period 20th Oct – 15th November. A copy is attached.
The Dunblane Green Travel Map originated from a widely consulted community project in 2010. This was funded by the Climate Challenge Fund and were updated in 2016 by popular request. Supplies of that edition are now running out and new trails and road infrastructure changes need to be included.
‘Smarter Choices: Smarter Places’ funding has been secured and the project is co-ordinated by volunteers through Dunblane Development Trust.
People are invited to fill in the online User Survey, and contribute to the update of the Walking & Cycling Improvements report; which usefully highlights local issues. ** Survey open untill December 18th **
Complete the survey
Read more from the Dunblane Development Trust
Stirling Council are seeking your feedback on their draft Community Engagement Strategy:
Effective Community Engagement supports people and communities to become active participants and to take control over the decisions and matters that affect their lives. Stirling Council has drawn up a draft Community Engagement Strategy and we would be very keen to have your feedback, thoughts and views on the draft.
A survey will be open until 5pm on Tuesday 15 December 2020. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SCComEngagement.
The online link for the Draft Community Engagement Strategy can be found at https://www.stirling.gov.uk/media/22284/community-engagement-strategy-2020.pdf
Your feedback will inform the final Community Engagement Strategy which will be considered by the Council’s Community Planning & Regeneration committee early in 2021.