Stirling Road, Larbert – Proposed Residential Development, Access, Landscaping and Associated Works on Land at Stirling Road.

The Community Council has received a proposal of application notice relating to a proposed residential development on land at Stirling Road in Larbert.

Following the 12-week consultation period, the developers intend to seek planning permission in principle for the development.

A site location plan is attached below to this post showing the application site boundary in red. The developer has advised that not all of the land would be proposed for development, and that substantial areas would be retained and enhanced as open public space.

The developers are keen to hear the views of local residents and as part of the 12-week public consultation period, they will be holding a formal public exhibition of the proposals at Larbert Bowling Club on Tuesday 28th June 2016 between 3pm and 7pm. All are welcome to attend.

Stirling Road Larbert

2 thoughts on “Stirling Road, Larbert – Proposed Residential Development, Access, Landscaping and Associated Works on Land at Stirling Road.

  1. Carol

    The traffic on Stirling Road has significantly increased due to the location of the hospital and I don’t feel that the area needs yet another housing scheme on this road to add to the traffic. I feel that the local infrastructure is already struggling to cope with the increased population. Whilst the local supermarkets will welcome more trade there is already insufficient lack of parking in Larbert in the shopping area, and for commuters parking at the train station is becoming more difficult. With building at Kinnaird continuing for another few years surely its time to say no to more housing and keep our remaining green spaces.

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    1. Secretary Post author

      Many thanks for your comment on this development. We are gathering all the comments passed to us. Please ensure you also respond to the developer’s online consultation with the points you have raised.

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