Can I just remind everyone who has a Budget Proposal Feedback Form to
return them to the CAP (Library), that it doesn’t need to be during opening
hours and that no envelope is needed.
There is no personal information required to identify you and the CAP has
a letterbox you can put it through.
To date, approx. 200 forms have been handed out and only TWO returned.
Please do your best to return them in during this coming week as all the
data has to be entered online for you by the end of the month.
If at all possible, please click on the link below to give your feedback online.
Online Feedback Form
Do you know someone who deserves to be nominated for the “Citizen of the
Year” Award or the “Young Citizen of the Year” Award?
The Council is looking for individuals who have contributed to helping out in
the local community, or has been there for others in times of need.
The winners of the two awards will be announced at an awards ceremony in
the Council Chambers, Kilncraigs, Alloa on 6th March, 2018.
Nominations can be made online at http://www.clacks.gov.uk/community/ca2017/.
Please provide as much information as possible about the person being
nominated. The closing date for nominations is 26th January 2018. Further
information is available by calling 01259 452011 or by emailing
Provost Murphy looks forward to receiving your nomination.
Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (Scotland) Regulations 2008 Planning Application Pre-Application Consultation
Bracewell Stirling Consulting on behalf of Allanwater Developments Ltd are
conducting a pre-application consultation on the following development proposals:
PROPOSED HOUSING DEVELOPMENT WITH SUDS, INFRASTRUCTURE AND LANDSCAPING
FORMER BERRYFIELD WORKS, EAST STIRLING STREET, ALVA
A PUBLIC EXHIBITION will be held in the ALVA LIBRARY from
MONDAY 15th JANUARY 2018 till THURSDAY 18th JANUARY 2018 during normal opening hours
DROP-IN DISCUSSION SESSION will take place in the COCHRANE HALL from 12 NOON UNTIL 6.00PM ON FRIDAY 19th JANUARY 2018, when the proposals can be discussed with the design team.
Anyone wishing to obtain further information or comment on the proposal should do so by writing to:
Sam Sweeney Bracewell Stirling Consulting 38 Walker Terrace, Tillicoultry, FK13 6EF by 21st February 2018
Please Note: No Application has been submitted to Clackmannanshire Council in relation to this proposal. Any comments made to the prospective applicant at this time are not representations to the Council and would not be considered as part of any future application. If the prospective applicant subsequently submits a formal application for planning permission there will be an opportunity to make representations on that application to the Council.
Alva Community Council would like to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
If you have enjoyed the Christmas Lights on some of the town’s lamp posts this year and would like to make a donation towards next year’s display you can now do so using our new online donation facility by using the DONATE button or by clicking on this link – Donate Here
Alternatively there are collecting tins in some of the shops.
- Closure of Alva CAP (Library)
- Community Asset Transfer of Alva’s Cochrane Hall
- Reduction in Secondary School Subject Choices
- Provide (Reduce) School Transport to Statutory Levels
Paper copies of the consultation are now available at Alva CAP where completed responses should be returned. (There is a letterbox so we are not restricted to returning the forms during CAP opening hours).
Representatives from Alva Community Council and Community Action Plan Group will be in Alva town centre on Saturday 6th January to raise awareness and will have paper copies of the consultation to issue to those who want them.
Clackmannanshire Third Sector Interface (CTSI) with Clackmannanshire Council are holding a public consultation meeting to seek YOUR views on the impact the proposed cuts will have on the ALVA community. This will take place on Tuesday 9th January, Cochrane Hall, 6pm to 8pm. We will be there with paper copies of the consultation for those who want them.
There will be representatives from Clackmannanshire Council Officers and Councillors at the four dates organised by CTSI.
Grow Wild Community Project Funding 2018 –
Now open for applications!
Have you got a ridiculously exciting idea for a project that brings people together through activities that help connect their community and celebrate UK native wild flowers, plants and/or fungi?
Awards of £2000 or £4000 are available for groups to transform their space, do something new or creative.
Please get in touch with Grow Wild to discuss your ideas or you can also look at our web page Grow Wild Community Project Guidance
, for more information on how to apply.
Contact Stéphanie Baine, firstname.lastname@example.org
, if you have any questions of for the link to the online application form.
Applications need to be in by 15th January 2018 for your chance to join Grow Wild’s project network.
Be inspired by previous Grow Wild community projects. Click here to visit our interactive map and read their profile pages.
Sign up to the Grow Wild newsletter for the many free offers, competitions, blogs and lots of amazing information at growwilduk.com:
- In spring 20018, groups can register for free Grow Wild seed and fungi kits to share.
- Get Creative Youth Awards of £500 will be open in 2018 for young people to showcase their creative talents
Transport Scotland Consultation: Local Bus Services in Scotland – Improving the Framework for Delivery
Please visit the link below to a Scottish Government/Transport Scotland consultation on local bus services across Scotland.
The consultation is open until 05 December 2017