Monthly Archives: November 2014

November Meeting Notification

The November meeting of the Community Council will be held in the Rennie Lounge of Larbert Old Church on Monday 24th November 2014 at 7:15pm. Please note that this is the final meeting of the Community Council in 2014.

•To view the agenda for the meeting, please click here: LSTCC – Agenda – 24 November 2014.
•To view the minutes from previous meeting on 27 October 2014, please click here: LSTCC – Minutes – 27 October 2014

We have a number of guest speakers at our November meeting:

•Network Rail – Update on the Bridgeworks
•Police Scotland – Update on local policing priorities
•Larbert High School – Youth report
•Billy Brotton – Tryst Community Sports Club
•Cllr Buchanan – Update on Commemoration Plans for the Quintinnshill Rail Disaster (To be confirmed)

All are welcome to attend the meeting and to contribute to discussions or to raise any issues.

If you unable to attend the meeting but have any matters you wish to raise with us, please e-mail us as soon as possible on or post a comment here or on our Facebook page.

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Hospital Travel and Parking Update

We have received the Forth Valley Royal Hospital – Travel and Parking Characteristics – 2014 Survey Report.

To view the document, please click here: FVRH 2014 Travel Survey Report_final

We will discuss the findings at our meeting on Monday 24 November (7:15pm in the halls of Larbert Old Church). If you have any views or comments you would like the Community Council to consider, please come along to the meeting, post a comment here or e-mail us on

Todhill Windfarm Community Benefit Fund Consultation

The Community Council is seeking volunteers to assist with overseeing a consultation on key local priorities for the community benefit fund which will be generated for the Larbert, Stenhousemuir & Torwood area from the 4 wind turbines at Todhill Farm.
The Community Council is being supported by Foundation Scotland and funding awarded through Local Energy Scotland to engage a consultant to assist with this process. We intend to pull together a small group of local residents and Community Councillors to oversee the work of the consultant, and to put the structure in place for the establishment of the Panel which will be formed to consider future applications to the Fund.
The Fund will be £24,000 per annum over the next 25 years bringing £600K of funding for local community projects over the lifespan of the turbines to our community.
If you are interested in assisting with this consultation, please e-mail us detailing why you are interested by Friday 21 November to Please share this post with anyone you know who may be interested.