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Planning, Building & the Environment
We look after council managed open space areas within the 30 MPH Limits.
There are three existing allotment sites within the Stirling Council area at Bridgehaugh, Bridge of Allan and Dunblane.
West Highland Way
The West Highland Way (Scottish Gaelic: Slighe na Gàidhealtachd an Iar) stretches 96 miles (154 Km) from Milngavie to Fort William passing through some of Scotland’s most inspiring landscapes.
Parks in Stirling
Stirling has many beautiful parkland and open spaces. The city is surrounded by some of the most stunning countryside in Scotland.
Core paths are key routes that are part of the wider path network.
The Rangers have a wide variety of skills and experience in many fields such as natural heritage conservation, recreation, access, education and interpretation.
Fishing in Stirling
Fishing remains among the most popular outdoor activities for adults. You can find out about fishing in Stirling in these pages.
Local Access Forum
The Stirling Area Local Access Forum (SALAF) is a group of people who meet to discuss ways of improving and managing access into the countryside.
Dog Shelter (Bandeath)
Bandeath Dog Shelter is run by Stirling Council for holding stray dogs found in the Stirling, Falkirk and Clackmannanshire area.