Here are the Designs and Presentation Boards that were shown at the Event on 30 October
Over the past year Stirling Council, Dunblane Community Council, Dunblane Development Trust, Discover Dunblane and Sustrans have been exploring possible ways of raising the quality of streets in the Cathedral area. Amey were commissioned to work with the community to develop proposals that are suited to the heritage and history of the area including the Cathedral, Leighton Library, Dunblane Museum and Braeport Centre.
Since the initial proposals were released in spring 2017, the proposed designs have been refined, to account for issues raised both at consultation opportunities in April and May, and by the steering group. At this point in time no funding has been identified to deliver these proposed changes, and if this changes in the future then there will be a further opportunity to comment on the final designs. In the meantime, we’d like to invite you to comment on the refined designs, as we draw the current design process to a close.
The revised designs were shown at the Cathedral Halls on Monday 30th October, with over 150 local residents dropping by to view the designs and discuss them with officers. If you were unable to make it along to the event, a summary of the updated designs can be seen at Dunblane Library until Wednesday 8th November, or by following the links above.
You can submit your comments on the ideas until the 8th of November through an online survey, available at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/9J995QY. Your suggestions for improvements will be considered as part of any steps taken to implement the proposals, if funding becomes available in the future.
Andrew Adam, Senior Project Officer, Active and Sustainable Transport, Stirling Council, Teith House, Kerse Road, Stirling, FK7 7QA, Sustrans Scotland, Rosebery House, 9 Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh, EH12 5EZ