STOP THE SEVEN SISTERS HOUSING DEVELOPMENT IN STIRLING

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scott mather
2 years ago
There is no local requirement for this. The primary schools & secondary schools can not accommodate the additional pupils

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eilidh grant
2 years ago
My friends are affected

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Eddy Bryan
2 years ago
https://youtu.be/_Lb8Z5YnSwI

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Karen Trotter Crawford
2 years ago
The village will no longer be a village at this rate with all these new Housing Developments. Much of Cambusbarron's appeal is the surrounding woodland and green areas. We should be striving to sustain the environment and think of the next generation and try to limit the negative impact on our beautiful, Historic setting we live in.

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Karen Trotter Crawford
2 years ago
The village will no longer be a village at this rate with all these new Housing Developments. Much of Cambusbarron's appeal is the surrounding woodland and green areas. We should be striving to sustain the environment and think of the next generation and try to limit the negative impact on our beautiful, Historic setting we live in.

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Frances Fielding
2 years ago
This is over development for a small village and environmentally disastrous.

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Audrey McKnight
2 years ago
I live on the hill and don't want to lose anymore green round our village

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Helen O'Toole
2 years ago
As a resident of Cambusbarron village, I agree wholly with the petition statement. The adverse effect to the local wildlife and ancient woodlands would be devastating. I also cannot believe that they are considering building on a site with such poor drainage. The field is permanently flooded at the bottom, a natural feature where wildlife thrive. The road access to the village is blocked multiple times a year during heavy rain which floods onto the road at the bottom of this site. The M9 motorway is only a few hundred yards further down the hill. Flash floods are common in the village during heavy rainfall. The overflow of water if you were to cover the area in concrete could be catastrophic and life threatening to the motorway below. Just insane!

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Jennifer Henderson
2 years ago
I feel this is far too many properties for the size of the village which could not cope

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Juliet Wilson
2 years ago
An ancient grazing meadow with poor grazing - aside from this being probably good wildlife habitat, isn't it obviously a place that will be increasingly prone to flooding in the future and so a stupid place to build houses?