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Stirling Council has made progress with a draft design for the play area at the Laigh Hills Park
They have met with the Landscape Architect on site to discuss current play provision and they have also considered the recent RoSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) inspection report.
The community consultation completed as part of the Park Masterplan in 2014 has also been considered as there was a lot of feedback relating to aspirations for the play area. The money for the proposals is coming from housing developments in Dunblane over the past several years.
The Park Steering Group agreed that the draft plan could be posted on the Dunblane Community website for a period of approx. 2 weeks to allow community feedback. The plan will also be sent to Schools and Nurseries for comment.
Once we have completed the community consultation we can revise the plan accordingly and then progress with costing the agreed equipment and works. We will then be in a position to complete a tendering exercise to appoint a contractor to complete this project."
Monday 26 August 2013 : Industrial Action by Stirling Council staff
Plans submitted for Sheriffmuir Park and Housing Development at Kippendavie Mains
Plans for Housing Developments at Stirling Road, Hillside & Anchorscross
CREATE : Free Activities for Youngsters over the Summer
Special Features - Basketball net, Open area for playing football, a good climbing frame, Toddler’s slide and activity area , Swing basket
Special Features - Football areas, sand pit and equipment, climbing frame for those a bit older, good fences and a dog grid.