Carron Valley & District Community Council (CVDCC)  is made up of residents living in the local area who volunteer their time, skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to make the local community an even better place to live, work and enjoy.

The CVDCC meets the first Wednesday of every month* to discuss and take action on local issues. Residents are welcome, and are encouraged, to join in with these meetings. Whether it be to listen in and find out more about what the CVDCC does; to input on a specific topic which is being discussed; or to raise an item of importance which you would like the Community Councils support on. Meetings currently take place via Zoom, the link can be obtained by emailing the Secretary and minutes of all previous meetings can be found via the links below. 

Along side CVDCC Councillors and other residents, monthly meetings are attended by the areas elected representatives, local Police officers and Stirling Council representatives, along with other guests as relevant to the topics on the agenda. 

*The CC does not meet in January, July or August.

Polling Districts and Polling Places

Stirling Council, like all local authorities, is required to undertake a statutory review of arrangements for polling districts and polling places every five years to ensure that suitable and accessible voting facilities are available to everyone.


They have been running a quick online survey as part of this review process over recent months, which they have been promoting on their social media channels. There are just over two weeks left to complete the survey with a closing date of 30 November.


For more information and to take part, please visit the Engage Stirling website:

The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (Craigend Road, Stirling) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic – No 2) Order 2023 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 10-11-23.
This Order will close:
Craigend Road From its junction with the C10 to its junction with the C55 from 0800 hours until 1800 hours from 27-11-23 until 29-11-23 to facilitate Public Utility works.  
Emergency service access will be maintained
Alternative Routes: via Craigend Road, C10 and vice versa

A COPY of the Order can be provided by e-mailing


Another temporary closure.
Alternative diversion round by Charters hall to Cauldbarns crossroads.
The COUNCIL made The Stirling Council (C10, New Line Road, Stirling) (Temporary Prohibition of Traffic – No 2) Order 2023 under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended) on 17-11-23.
This Order will close:
C10, New Line Road      From its junction with Fairhill Road to its junction with Pirnhall Road East from 0800 hours until 1800 hours on 13-12-23 to facilitate Public Utility works.  
      Emergency service access will be maintained
Alternative Routes:     via Fairhill Road, Glasgow Road, Pirnhill Road East and vice versa
A COPY of the Order can be provided by e-mailing


Please see this page for updates on planning applications.


Local Place Plan Invitation

We are pleased to attach a copy of the invitation to prepare a Local Place Plan, please read this along with the resource hub on our website. We look forward to hearing from you and assisting where we can.


Have Your Say survey

Please also note there is a live survey that you may also want to input into. This is to help us start the process of producing the new Local Development Plan (LDP), we want your views to inform the preparation of an Evidence Report. This is an initial information gathering stage that will lay the foundations for the new LDP. Please find the link here:


Self-Build Register

Self-build housing is where an individual (whether acting alone or with other individuals) commissions or is personally involved in the design and construction of a dwelling that is intended to be the individual’s main residence once it is built. We now invite you to register your interest by completing the registration form available through this link:



We hope to be in touch again soon, however if you have any questions please email



What a Community Council is

Community councils are the most local tier of statutory representation in Scotland. They bridge the gap between local authorities and communities, and help to make public bodies aware of the opinions and needs of the communities they represent. It is a voluntary organisation, run by local residents to act on behalf of its area. 

Community Councillors represent local people, voice peoples’ views on important decisions which affect them and work with others to improve services. 


Community Councillors are elected volunteers. Elections take place approximately every four years (dependent on local elections) where people are nominated to stand as new Community Councillors. If there are more nominations than places on the Community Council, a postal ballot takes place. The next Community Council elections will take place in 2023.

The Community Council meets on the first Wednesday of each month, currently via Zoom.  If you wish to attend please email the Secretary:

The minutes from the latest meeting are available here:

The latest AGM minutes can be found here

Historic minutes can be found by scrolling down to the bottom of this page. They are also under Community Councils on Stirling Council’s website




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Get Involved

Carron Valley & District Community Council meet on the first Wednesday of the month.  Currently meeting online, by arrangement. Please note there are no meetings in January, July or August.

Meetings are open to the public and residents are welcome and encouraged to attend. If you have any local issues which you wish to raise, please contact us by emailing the Secretary in the first instance.