Stirling Council's Planning Enforcement Charter is available from their website. This document details how the council can deal with situations where developments have taken place which are not in accordance with the planning system.
The Vacancy Election process is now underway. This allows additional members to be elected to community councils which do not have their full complement. Killearn Community Council has three vacancies. Please consider joining us – you may be able to make a valuable contribution to your community. More information is available in the Public Notice and the Candidates Pack are available.
The Police Report for January is available.
Next meeting: Wednesday 18th February 8:00 p.m. in the Primary School. The adopted minutes of the December meeting are available.
The planning schedule for 7th-14th January is now available.
We have received information about phone scammers targetting Sky TV and broadband customers. More information is available from the Neighbourhood Watch Scotland website.The UK national Action Fraud website has general information about protecting yourself from fraud and about the latest fraud news. You can also report incidences of fraud there.
Priority Based Budgeting (PBB) – KCC's final response has now been submitted to Stirling Council.
The December issue of the Community News Sheet is now available from the Stirling Council website.
For the numbers-and-local-statistics enthusiasts out there, we now have Stirling Council's Killearn area profile, based on the 2011 census.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service is offering free Home Fire Safety Visits. It especially encourages you to make any elderly family members or neighbours aware of this. You can book a visit for yourself or on behalf of someone else via their website or by calling 0800 0731 999.