Community Councils - information
Every community in the Stirling area has a community council. These represent the communities' views to the local authority and other public bodies. They also have an important role to play in commenting on how plans and issues affect their communities - for example, Stirling Council must consult them on planning and some licensing issues.
Community councils are set up in accordance with Section 22 of the 1994 Local Government Etc (Scotland) Act and Section 51 (2) of the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973.
Notice of Community Council Vacancy Elections 2016
Notice is hereby given that elections will be held during October to November 2016 in accordance with the National Model Scheme for Community Councils in Scotland as adopted by Stirling Council.
Anyone wishing to be a candidate at these elections should admit a duly completed Nomination Paper.
Community Council Elections - Due Autumn 2018
For further information on community councils phone 01786 233099 or email