Stirling Council Notice – Fountain Road Recycling Bins Removal

Stirling Council Notice – Fountain Road Recycling Bins Removal

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.

Road Closure Notice – Abercromby Drive

Road Closure Notice – Abercromby Drive

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

Kerse Road Bridge Update – Urgent

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 Marathon Update for Residents & Businesses

Stirling is hosting the Stirling Scottish Marathon and the inaugural Stirling Scottish Half Marathon
on Sunday 29 April 2018, and we are writing to let you know about the road closures and
traffic management in place on the day, which will help us make sure the event runs safely
and smoothly.
The marathon and half marathon are being supported by Stirling Council and in conjunction
with Great Run, and are expected to attract around 6,500 runners. The events will start from
0830, on Millennium Way (A84) and finish on King’s Park Rd in the City Centre. The aim of the
marathon and the half marathon is to help people become more active, challenge themselves
and have fun. These events are also fantastic for promoting Stirling, Doune, Dunblane, Bridge of
Allan and Clackmannanshire.
Before and during the events it will be necessary to implement a number of road closures along
the route between 05:00 – 22:00 on Sunday 29 April. The event scheduling also requires a closure
of King’s Park Rd from Drummond Place roundabout to Snowdon Place on Saturday 28 April, this
closure will go in at 05:00 with the road re-opening 22:00 on Sunday 29 April.
The management of the roads have been agreed with Stirling Council and will be phased, with
closures from 05:00 – 09:25; and re-openings from 09:30 – 22:00. Please note that these times
are guidelines and emergency vehicles will have managed access at all times.
The roads used by the events are listed in the table on this leaflet. If you require more
information relating to specific times and roads, please go to greatrun.org/stirling.
The roads will be reopened in a structured manner, following the last runners in the events. Event
infrastructure will be removed and the roads cleaned ahead of them re-opening.
We would ask you to please ensure that cars are not parked on the route (see list of roads
used by the events in the table opposite). If you can tailor your travel plans around the timings
of event day, we will make sure the roads are closed and re-opened in a safe and timely
fashion.
Please take some time to read this information and refer to the website
(greatrun.org/stirling) for more in depth detailed information relating to the route, closed
roads and the timings associated with the closures/re-openings, as well as how to get involved
on the day with regards to supporting and spectating

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