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Stirling develops £200m City Development Framework

June 23 2015

Stirling develops £200m City Development Framework
Stirling Council has announced it is developing a £200m City Development Framework in a bid to position the city as a hub for digital industries, culture, business and recreation.

To achieve this six key goals have been prioritised including the creation of digital and knowledge hubs to incubate new businesses, a revamped cultural quarter, a new market place and performance area, a civic centre and a new city park doubling as an events space.

Council leader Johanna Boyd, said: “This ambitious plan is designed to re-position Stirling as an economic and cultural powerhouse; building on our unique advantages, advancing investment opportunities and encouraging diversification and growth for the benefit of all our citizens and communities.”

A finalised framework including business and funding proposals will be put before the council in October.

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