Your Stirling: You Decide Proposal Progress

Your Stirling: You Decide is Stirling’s version of participatory budgeting. The updates below are for the proposal with the most votes that are now being taken forward. 

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TT2 - Create a Cycling Network from Stirling to Aberfoyle

Ward 1 - Trossachs & Teith

Proposal TT2

Initial meeting was held on 13 August 2019
Discussions focused on the area of the A811 and railway lines and using the railway line as a cycle track. Community Engagement - Dukes weekender cycling event - postcards were created and given out at the Dukes event.

Second meeting was held on 17 Sept 2019. 
Consideration was given to a feasibility study and it was agreed to look at Aberfoyle to Port of Menteith as a phase 1. Community consultation will take place late October. 

TT14 - Make Public Toilets Accessible in Aberfoyle

Ward 1 - Trossachs & Teith

Proposal TT14

Initial meeting was held on 18 September 2019
The group discussed the proposal and the types of facility, PAMIS or Changing Places Toilet. Stirling Area Access Panel (SAAP) representative advised on some technical issues to be considered.

Existing public toilet attached to the Tourist Info office was suitable.  Next meeting to be planned along with other Aberfoyle proposal.

FE1 - Arnprior Playpark Activity Pavilion

Ward 2 - Forth & Endrick

Proposal FE1

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

FE15 - Install a Pedestrian Crossing on Main Street, Buchlyvie

Ward 2 - Forth & Endrick

Proposal FE15

Initial meeting have taken place with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options. Officers from Roads and Transport Service are now doing feasibility study of Main street area to look at options.

DBA1 - Accessible Toilets in Dunblane

Ward 3 - Dunblane & Bridge of Allan

Proposal DBA1

Initial meeting set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

DBA19 - Outdoor Gym in Dunblane

Ward 3 - Dunblane & Bridge of Allan

Proposal DBA19

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

DBA2 - Create a Safe Walking Route

Ward 3 - Dunblane & Bridge of Allan

Proposal DBA2

Initial meeting have taken place with stakeholders and those who submitted the ideas to start the process of delivering this proposal. The Officers and group are looking at possible routes and their suitability for those with disability.

Dementia Lunch Group have already discussed routes and are looking at their areas of concern. Community Engagement will be done with the wider community on final proposals.

SN11 - Improve Cambuskenneth Play Park

Ward 4 - Stirling North

Proposal SN11

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

SN13 - Improve Lovers Walk (known as Lovers Lane), Riverside

Ward 4 - Stirling North

SN13 Proposal

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

SN14 - Improve Roads and Pavements in Cambuskenneth

Ward 4 - Stirling North

SN14 Proposal

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement.

SW8 - Improve Play Equipment at Beechwood Park

Ward 5- Stirling West

SW8 Proposal

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

SW16 - Kings Park Toilets Upgraded

Ward 5 - Stirling West

Proposal SW16

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement.

SE2 - Upgrade Play Park in Afton Court, Braehead

Ward 6 - Stirling East

Proposal SE2

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

SE3 - Improve the Play Park next to Crawford Hall

Ward 6 - Stirling East

Proposal SE3

Initial meeting being set up with stakeholders to work with Officers on process and community engagement round options.

BB33 - Improve Polmaise Play Park, Fallin

Ward 7 - Bannockburn

Proposal BB33

Stirling Council came to Fallin in August to engage on the successful proposals with the meetings covering proposals for both parks.

Progressing to Stage 3 – Implementation, an initial meeting took place in The Alpha Centre, Fallin, with those who put forward the successful ideas, to look at how the process of delivering the proposals would work and how we could engage most effectively with the wider community including organisations, businesses and individuals.

A second meeting was held where members of the delivery group fed back the findings of the consultations, they had carried out with local groups, parent & child breakfast club, mothers & Toddlers group, Schools, out of school club, residents and through their Facebook page. Officers provided quotes for a variety of play equipment for all ages and abilities. It was agreed further quotes would be looked at for the next meeting.

Consultation images

People looked at issues that might affect the options produced, which will be developed by Stirling Council Assets and Land Services Officers. Community representatives will consult in the area to see what is possible before a final set of options will be brought to the wider community for approval. It was agreed that the group would discuss the possibilities of other funding to provide fencing and paths for the parks.

A site visit of the parks with group members and council officers was also carried out on Tuesday 1 October to look at both parks to see where play equipment could be placed and drainage issues affecting the park.

More community engagement information will be available on the Polmaise Community Council Facebook page

BB34 - Upgrade Drypow Play Park/Top Park, Fallin

Ward 7 - Bannockburn

Proposal BB34

Stirling Council came to Fallin in August to engage on the successful proposals with the meetings covering proposals for both parks.

Progressing to Stage 3 – Implementation, an initial meeting took place in The Alpha Centre, Fallin, with those who put forward the successful ideas, to look at how the process of delivering the proposals would work and how we could engage most effectively with the wider community including organisations, businesses and individuals.

A second meeting was held where members of the delivery group fed back the findings of the consultations, they had carried out with local groups, parent & child breakfast club, mothers & Toddlers group, Schools, out of school club, residents and through their Facebook page. Officers provided quotes for a variety of play equipment for all ages and abilities. It was agreed further quotes would be looked at for the next meeting.

Consultation images

People looked at issues that might affect the options produced, which will be developed by Stirling Council Assets and Land Services Officers. Community representatives will consult in the area to see what is possible before a final set of options will be brought to the wider community for approval. It was agreed that the group would discuss the possibilities of other funding to provide fencing and paths for the parks.

A site visit of the parks with group members and council officers was also carried out on Tuesday 1 October to look at both parks to see where play equipment could be placed and drainage issues affecting the park.

More community engagement information will be available on the Polmaise Community Council Facebook page

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