Community Council Review
Review of Community Councils
Stirling Council is in the final stages of reviewing its Scheme of Establishment for Community Councils. The review started in September 2017 and since then there have two 8 week consultation periods. All of the information generated through both these consultations has been reported back to Council at Special Meetings held on 15 March 2018 and 28 June 2018.
The purpose of the final consultation is to provide feedback on the draft Governing Documents -
and to get further feedback on the proposed boundary changes for some areas which were suggested during the early stages of the review (please note that this change is only for Community Council Boundaries and will not affect any other administrative boundaries).
Proposed Boundary changes -
- Broomridge (affecting Borestone, Braehead & District)
- Buchanan and Drymen
- Cambuskenneth and Logie
- Hillpark & Milton (affecting Bannockburn, Borestone, Braehead & District)
Give your feedback
To give your final feedback take our short survey.
The survey will be open from Wednesday 4 July to Wednesday 1 August 2018
What happens next?
Following this consultation a report will be submitted to a Special Council meeting on 23 August 2018 seeking final approval for the revised Community Council Governing documents, including final boundaries. The Revised Community Council Scheme of Establishment, Constitution, Standing Orders and Code of Conduct will be enacted at the Community Council elections scheduled for the Autumn of 2018.
Previous Consultation stages
An overview of findings from the first stage of the review(September to October 2017) can be found here.
An overview of the findings from the second stage of thereview (April to May 2018) can be found here.
If you need further information please contact us on 01786 233076 or email