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Consultation to help the Clackmannanshire & Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) shape how care and support is provided in Rural Southwest Stirling.
The Clackmannanshire & Stirling Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) are holding a consultation on community health and care in Rural Southwest Stirling. Stage 1 of this consultation process has now been completed. Stage 2 of this consultation will run from the 1st of February and until the 15th of March 2021. This consultation will include an online survey and a series of online events which will be accessed through Eventbrite.co.uk. We also have options for those not able to engage digitally.
Why are we hosting this consultation?
The overall aim of the consultation is for the community to help shape the future delivery of care and support in a more person centred way, and to continue to develop an individual outcomes approach to care and support for people living in Rural Southwest Stirling.
The Consultation Survey
In Stage 2 we really want to hear what matters to you and invite you to participate in our events and online survey. We would like you to give your views on what is important to you in the future delivery of care and support in your local community. Participants not able to engage digitally can call the Stirling Council contact centre on 01786 404040 between the 1st of February and the 15 of March 2021 to complete this survey. We will endeavour to share this information through other channels as widely as possible.
The Survey will be available to complete from 1 February 2021 until the 15 March 2021.
Rural Southwest Communities
The Rural Southwest Stirling area has been defined as the communities of Gargunnock, Kippen, Fintry, Arnprior, Buchlyvie, Balfron, Killearn, Strathblane, Croftamie, Drymen, and the communities of East Loch Lomond.
What to expect from the online events?
Our events will be hosted online via Microsoft Teams. You can join us by registering at the Eventbrite link below and following that we will send a link to the online event directly to your email. The link will which also includes a dial in option, for those whose devices may not be compatible with Microsoft Teams.
At the event we will provide a brief explanation of the background to the consultation and how you can help shape the future delivery of care and support in your communities. It will be an interactive workshop, where will ask you 3 questions on what’s important to you.
To book a ticket for this event please use the below link to our Eventbrite page to register. A few days before the event you will receive an invite to an MS Teams video conferencing call with instructions on how to take part.
Online consultation workshops hosted through Microsoft Teams have been arranged at the following times:
- Wednesday 3 February 7.00pm to 9.00pm
- Monday 8 February 2.00pm to 4.00pm
- Thursday 18 February 2.00pm to 4.00pm
Summary: The survey invited residents to provide their views on the Climate & Ecological Emergency. The findings will be used to guide our engagement and delivery programme on a Climate and Nature Emergency plan.
Dates: This survey closed on 30 August 2020.
Summary: Revenue Budget Report and 5 Appendix documents submitted to Council budget-setting meeting on 12 March 2020;
The Administration Motion relating to the Revenue Budget Report submitted to Council budget-setting meeting on 12 March 2020 – the Administration Motion was agreed by Council.
Dates: Closed Oct 20 2019
Outcome: - See below.
- Revenue Budget Report
- Appendix 1
- Appendix 1A
- Appendix 2
- Appendix 3
- Appendix 5
- Administration Motion
- Review of Polling Districts - Closed January 2019
Summary: Every local authority is required to review polling districts and polling places every five years to ensure it provides reasonable facilities for voting and that polling places are accessible to all electors, including voters with a disability, so far as is practicable.
Dates: Closed January 2019
Outcome: A report went to Council and they agreed on the new arrangements for polling districts and polling places.
The first document is an extract of the decision notice from that meeting – confirming the decision taken on that item. Also, the report that went to that Council meeting and all Appendices (as numbered below).
- Review of Education Provision at Baker Street Nursery and Allan's Primary School
Summary: A consultation on the Council’s proposal that Baker Street Nursery is permanently amalgamated with Allan’s Primary School and becomes Allan’s Primary School Nursery.
Dates: Monday 30 September 2019 to Friday 29 November 2019
Outcome: On 4 June 2020, the full Stirling Council Committee approved the proposal to review the education provision at Baker Street Nursery and Allan’s Primary School. The Committee was satisfied to take this decision in accordance with the Schools (Consultation) (Scotland) Act 2010 As Amended.
The Committee approved: That Baker Street Nursery is permanently amalgamated with Allan’s Primary School and becomes Allan’s Primary School Nursery with effect from 17 August 2020.
You can read the full report on the review of education Provision at Baker Street Nursery and Allan’s Primary School.
Additional info: Scottish Ministers Notification and Call-in Procedure
- Fresh guidance document on the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act
Summary: Consultation over a fresh guidance document on the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act
Dates: Jan - April 2020
Outcome: Parents know their children best and children do better when parents are involved and engaged with their learning. In 2006 the Scottish Parliament passed the Scottish Schools (Parental Involvement) Act. This important law sets out how schools and councils must work to support parents to be involved in the life and work of our schools and in their children’s learning.
- The amalgamation of Doune Nursery and Doune Primary School (read the full report)
Summary: In September 2016, a pilot was established to trial the shared headship of Doune Nursery and Doune Primary School. The pilot has been in place for over two years and has been very successful, this proposal is to now formally amalgamate Doune Nursery with Doune Primary School.
Dates: Closed March 2019
Outcome: At a meeting on 25 April 2019, the Children and Young People Committee agreed to the formal amalgamation of Doune Nursery and Doune Primary School. This took effect from 19 August 2019.
- Review of Education Provision at Trossachs Primary School
Summary: Scottish Ministers have reviewed Stirling Council’s Proposal Paper and Consultation Report relating to the proposal to permanently close Trossachs Primary School.
Dates: Closed early 2019
Outcome: Education provision at Trossachs Primary School will cease permanently with effect from 5 July 2019; Pupils of Trossachs Primary School catchment will continue their education as currently, that is, at Callander Primary School or whichever school they are currently attending;
- Permanent Closure of Croftamie Nursery - read the full report
Summary: Report on the Outcome of the Consultation relating to the Proposal to scope out Nursery Provisions at Drymen Primary School and Consult on Proposal to close Croftamie Nursery
Dates: Closed 7 June 2019
Outcome: Croftamie Nursery is closed and nursery provision is created at Drymen Primary School with effect from 17 August 2020 - read the full report
Summary: A survey was run to find out information about the services library user prefer and when and how often they visit their local library.
Dates: Closed 12 October 2018
Outcome: see below
- Library Users Survey 2018 - Summary Results
- Libraries and Archives Strategy Implementation Plan 2019
Bannockburn Regeneration Project Proposal
Summary: A proposal on the refurbishment of Bannockburn Library, and the creation of a Business Support Hub in the old RBS building.
Dates: Closed Wednesday 14 October 2020
Dates: Survey was open from 10 December 2020 until 18 January 2021
Summary: Between November 2019 and early January 2020, tenants were asked to choose between a rise of 3.2% or 4.0% to fund the estimated cost pressures faced by the Housing Service in the coming financial year.
A total of 843 responses were received, with 77% of tenants who responded in favour of the lower 3.2% increase
Dates: Closed January 2020
Outcome: see below
Summary: The Local Housing Strategy (LHS) is a key document which sets out priorities and plans for the delivery of housing and related services in Stirling over the next five years.
Dates: Closed 1 March 2019
Outcome: See webpage
Summary: In support of the community-led Balfron Active Places project, an extensive period of community engagement and consultation was undertaken between February and October 2019 to develop active travel and streetscape improvement proposals into detailed design projects reflective of the views of stakeholders.
Dates: Closed October 2019
Outcome: The final developed designs, which have been approved by the Balfron Community Council, Stirling Council and Sustrans Scotland, are reflective of this robust consultation process.
You can view the detailed designs for the five streetscape improvement projects on the webpage.
Summary: This information will help inform feasibility studies that Transport Scotland has funded Energy Saving Trust to deliver for a number of Scottish local authorities.
Dates: Closed 14 March 2020
Outcome: The total number of respondents across the 11 local authority surveys was 3,282, with 343 of these in Stirling. The results of the survey will be included in a feasibility study conducted by Energy savings trust. The survey will provide the Council with a number of recommendations relating to future electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Summary: Your views on parking issues in Stirling City, to inform Stirling City’s Community Parking Management Plan (CPMP). Stirling City's Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), which is the zone in the city where on-street parking is controlled
Dates: Closed Oct 5, 2018
Outcome: The Council will undertake the formal Traffic Regulation Order process. If this is successful, this CPMP will be enacted and rolled out. Once the proposals have been introduced, we will continue to monitor it for a minimum of six months. See webpage for more information
Dunblane City Community Parking Management Plan
Summary: Your views on parking issues in Dunblane, to inform Dunblane’s Community Parking Management Plan (CPMP). We were interested in Dunblane's Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ), which is the zone in the city where on-street parking is controlled
Dates: Closed Sept 2018
Outcome: The Council will undertake the formal Traffic Regulation Order process. If this is successful, this CPMP will be enacted and rolled out. Once the proposals have been introduced, we will continue to monitor it for a minimum of six months.
Last updated: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 2:50 PM