Blairforkie Drive – Pre Application Consultation

Blairforkie Drive – Pre Application Consultation

We are sharing with you information recieved from DM Hall regarding the proposed development at Blairforkie Drive.  This is your chance to comment on the proposed plans.  You can view the plans, complete a feedback questionnaire, attend the online session or email Paul directly.

On 19th October 2020, Allanwater Homes submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN-2020-013) to Stirling Council for the potential development of land at Blairforkie Drive, Bridge of Allan.

The proposal is for residential development, with associated ground re-modelling, new and altered roads, new and altered footpaths, related infrastructure, including foul and surface water drainage, and landscaping. The final extent of development and number of homes proposed will depend on pre-application consultation and site appraisals.

Please find below the details for the public consultation. The indicative proposals and information is available online from 09 December 2020 at http://www.blairforkie.co.uk/

  • Newspaper Advert Date and Event Start Date: 09 December 2020
  • Live Public Event Date: 13 January 2021
  • Live Public Event Time: 4pm – 6pm
  • Closing date for comments: 23 January 2021

If you have any comments on the pre-application consultation proposals please submit them by 23 January 2021 by email to: paul.houghton@dmhall.co.uk or by post to Paul Houghton, DMHall, The Mill, Station Road, Bridge of Allan, FK9 4JS.

Gas outage

Gas outage

Info from SGN:

Around 140 properties in the Blairforkie Drive area of Bridge of Allan are without gas after water entered our network.

Update: 

Monday 7 Dec – 4.45pm

Our engineers have made tremendous progress since our last update and have begun restoring some gas supplies in Bridge of Allan.

After successfully repairing our gas main earlier, our teams have already extracted a large quantity of water from our network. This has meant we can start visiting parts of of the affected network to restore gas supplies and carry out safety checks. We still have more water to remove before we can start restoring all gas supplies.

We have extra coronavirus safety precautions in place to protect you and our colleagues as we work to turn supplies back on.

We’ll update this page again with more information at 7pm.