Plans for a new retail development in Stirling have been approved.
Plans for a new retail development in Stirling have been approved. The Planning and Regulation Panel yesterday approved an application by Ramoyle Developments Ltd to develop land at Crookbridge, adjacent to the A905 Kerse Road, south of the Wickes DIY. The application included plans for offices, retail units, a drive-thru restaurant, car showroom and car parking.

The Planning and Regulation Panel this week approved an application by Ramoyle Developments Ltd to develop land at Crookbridge, adjacent to the A905 Kerse Road, south of the Wickes DIY.

The application included plans for offices, retail units, a drive-thru restaurant, car showroom and car parking.

Convenor of the Planning and Regulation Panel, Councillor Alasdair MacPherson, said: “This is a site allocated for retail purposes in the development plan. The proposal will enhance the retail offering available to the people of Stirling and deliver economic benefits. The site will provide a significant amount of full time jobs which will hopefully benefit residents from the Stirling area.

Vice Convenor, Councillor Graham Houston, said: “The Crookbridge site has been available for development for more than a decade and these plans will deliver a range of different services.”