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Key Development Sites

Highly connected to the rest of Scotland and beyond

Located directly in the heart of Scotland, Stirling offers all of the strategic benefits of being located in Scotland’s central belt but without the higher land and property prices associated with Edinburgh and Glasgow. Businesses here enjoy quality business space in a beautiful setting which is highly connected to the rest of Scotland and beyond.

Below are some of Stirling’s key development sites, click on each for more detail.


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Kildean

Mixed development in a premium location adjacent to the M9 motorway, with high quality business space.

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Pirnhall

Key office and leisure development opportunities at the strategic junction of the M9 and M80 motorways.

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Broadleys

Capacity for further business, industrial and distribution development within this key business location.

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Millhall

Millhall is currently brownfield and agricultural land allocated for mixed use development, including business Classes 4, 5 & 6, retail, leisure, tourism and residential.

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Crookbridge

Crookbridge is a 5.25 hectares greenfield site, situated 1.5 miles south of Stirling City Centre and adjacent to Springkerse Retail Park.

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Bandeath

Established industrial estate near Stirling that presents a range of opportunities for business, industry and storage.

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Castle Business Park

Adjacent to the M9 motorway, Castle Business Park offers high quality, modern office space set in attractive landscaped grounds, with spectacular views of Stirling Castle.

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Station/ Goosecroft Road

City Centre mixed use development scheme situated directly opposite Stirling Railway Station. Proposed uses include 60-100 bed hotel, retail, restaurant, residential, affordable housing and commercial parking.

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A full list of employment land sites can be found contained within the PDF below. The Stirling Council Employment Land Audit (ELA) 2015 provides an overview of the supply of employment land across the Stirling Local Development Plan Area. It provides an up to date picture, as of 30th June 2015, of the status and availability of employment sites.

     Download Employment Land Audit PDF >
     Download Stirling Local Development PDF >

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