Stirling Council

New Domestic Abuse Law Will Make Vulnerable People Safer

Cllr Maureen Bennison
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£2.8 Million Budget Boost For Stirling Council

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Vehicle Activated Signs On Pike Road Following SNP Councillor’s Consultation With Community

Alison stands in front of the newly deployed sign
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Council Leader Welcomes Scottish Government Commitment To Doubling Of Funding For City Deals

Council meeting on City Deal
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Council Leader Takes Universal Credit Concerns To Tory Government

Halt Universal Credit in Stirling

Leader of Stirling Council, SNP Councillor Scott Farmer, has written to the Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke, calling for the rollout of Universal Credit to be halted.

Universal Credit was introduced in Stirling in June last year and a report from the Council has shown that council house and housing association rent arrears have increased significantly, there has been a sharp increase in the number of crisis grants awarded to struggling families and individuals, and food bank referrals have increased.

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Stirling Education Convener Hails Scottish Government Budget Announcement

Susan McGill on Majury
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MSP Encourages Responsible Christmas Recycling

Bruce Crawford voiced concern
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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: 2017

City of Stirling SNP Branch
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Crawford Comments on City Region Deal Meeting

Bruce Crawford and Councillors
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Stirling MSP Submits Motion to Parliament Condemning RBS Closure In Bannockburn

RBS Bannockburn

Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford has submitted a motion to the Scottish Parliament, condemning RBS’ planned closure of the Bannockburn branch.

Mr Crawford’s motion highlights that this closure will seriously affect a number of communities including Bannockburn, Fallin, Cowie, and Plean and calls on UK Government ministers to intervene on this matter in order to prevent the loss of RBS services in Bannockburn.

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