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Purchase Price  £ Invited

CAAD Approval · Great Location · 4.41 acres

Bridge of Allan (population 6,762 census 2011) is situated 3.6 miles to the north of Stirling and 3 miles to the south of Dunblane. The town benefits from a thriving high street and bustling community with quality shops, restaurants, bars, childcare, nurseries and schooling. Transport links are excellent with a mainline railway station and easy access to the motorway network from the Keir Roundabout (A9, junction 11) only 2 miles away.


The site comprises a broadly level site of 4.41 acres which is situated close to the level-crossing on Cornton Road (B823) near Westerlea Drive. Access is from an unnamed, private road (highlighted in yellow on aerial image) which is owned by our clients. The site provides fine views of the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle.


A Certificate of Appropriate Alternative Development for residential use was approved by Stirling Council in May 2017 (ref. 17/00165/CAD). Further detail available on request.


We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage are available close to the site. A Topographical Survey has been carried out.  A SEPA study (Aug 2005) confirmed they had no objection to the site being considered for development. Ground Investigations were carried out by Stirling Council in Spring 2011. Further details available on request.