Our March meeting minutes were approved at our last meeting and are now available to read in full by clicking here

At the meeting we discussed 

  • March Police report covered 20th Feb – 16th March and is included in full in the minutes.  You can contact the Community Police team at: DunblaneBridgeofAllanCPT@scotland.pnn.police.uk
  • Common Good Fund Asset Transfer – You may remember the engage Stirling consultation to identify assets for transfer to the Common Good Fund. This asset transfer was discussed at the February Civic Panel meeting, where it was decided to defer a decision for legal matters to be considered.
  • Residents View – raised issues of status of the Royal Hotel which remains for sale.  Friends of Bridge of Allan informed us that on June 15th there will be a Picnic in the Park to mark the centenary of the Pullar Memorial Park. Difficulties surrounding navigating the closure of Sunnylaw Road.
  • Sunnylaw Land Bid– The Sunnylaw Action Group provided an update re the bid for community ownership.  Take a look at the detailed update provided in the minutes, and more recent update on our blog confirming that the communities offer has been accepted. 
  • Local Development Plan Call for Evidence Outcomes  – An interesting summary of results from Stirling Council’s recent survey for the Local Development Plan on priorities for Bridge of Allan Residents.  These finding will be also taken on board by the Bridge of Allan Local Place Plan Group
  • Update from Local Place Plan group– A survey will be launched to give residents an opportunity to comment on issues important to them.  April update  this survey is now live here: Take the Our Bridge of Allan Survey.
  • Succession Planning – Recruitment will start in April once the Sunnylaw activity has concluded.
  • Christmas Lights – Confirmation of switch on date as Sat 23rd November.  Discussion on more ways to receive donations.  
  • Tennis Courts – An application to CSET for funding to refurbish the MUGA was successful.  SC and the CC need to jointly accept the offer.  Some concerns around the liability, terms and conditions have been raised and need to be clarified with Stirling Council.
  • Planning report – no significant applications identified for discussion.  A representative from the GUALA/ UCP factory site has been in touch to talk about the future of the site.
  • Reports form our Chair, Secretary and Treasurer.

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