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  • Accessibility Strategy 2024-27

    Clackmannanshire Education Service is updating its Accessibility Strategy . The Strategy is a response to the Education (Disability Strategies and Pupils’ Educational Records) (Scotland) Act 2002 , which states there must be a plan to address three key areas over the next three years (2024-27). The areas are to: Improve the physical environment of schools, to enable better access to education and associated... More
    Opened 19 February 2024
  • Budget Consultation 2024/25 Priorities

    The Council has a budget of £152 million to spend to support the people of Clackmannanshire and we invest that funding in services such as education, health & social care and social services. This funding is also used to provide services such as waste collection, recycling and to maintain our roads, footpaths and open spaces such as parks. Like all councils, our costs have risen significantly, due to a combination of inflation making the cost of providing our services higher,... More
    Closed 18 February 2024
  • Community Safety and Antisocial Behaviour Strategy

    Under the Antisocial Behaviour Act 2004 , every local authority must prepare, publish and review a strategy for dealing with antisocial behaviour in their council area. The Antisocial Behaviour Strategy is produced by Clackmannanshire Council and Police Scotland, in collaboration with NHS Forth Valley, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and other partner organisations. There are many positives to report on in Clackmannanshire with regard to our... More
    Opened 16 January 2024
  • Rent Increase Consultation 2024/25

    If you want to see how rent increases would look in the future, head over to our Rent increase 2024/25 web page . More
    Closed 15 December 2023
  • Polling District and Polling Place Review 2023

    Clackmannanshire Council is carrying out a public consultation on their Polling Districts and Polling Places. More
    Closed 1 December 2023
  • Additional Support for Learning (ASL) Strategy

    Clackmannanshire Education Service is updating the ASL Strategy for our schools and early learning and childcare centres (ELC) . We want all our children and young people with Additional Support Needs (ASN) to get the support they need, when they need it. We have identified four key areas to focus on that come from the Scottish Government's Additional Support for Learning Review Action Plan . We will develop our own action plan to address these... More
    Closed 12 November 2023
  • Performance Report 2022-23

    The 2022/23 Performance Report to Tenants on the Scottish Housing Charter is available online and can be viewed on the Council's website. As a landlord we are responsible for meeting the standards and outcomes set out by the Scottish Housing Regulator in the Scottish Social Housing Charter. The Charter sets out how to improve the quality and value of services we provide to tenants and other customers, this is why it is important we keep you informed on how we are performing. ... More
    Opened 30 October 2023
  • Community Justice Outcome Improvement Plan 2023-2028

    The Clackmannanshire Community Justice Partnership is drawing up a new strategic plan for the next 5 years. The Community Justice Partnership has researched the main issues and has proposed the following priorities:- Early intervention is key; Continue to strengthen a Whole Systems Approach based on Community justice being “everyone’s business”; Adopting a trauma-informed approach to community justice is critical; ... More
    Closed 11 October 2023
  • Climate Change Strategy

    Our Climate Change Strategy sets out a framework for action on climate change and achieving our targets of reaching net zero emissions by 2040 for the Council’s own operation and 2045 for the Clackmannanshire area. It also outlines why net zero matters and summarises the science behind climate change. The Strategy has been updated to reflect input from communities through five climate change forums that were held across Clackmannanshire from... More
    Closed 4 October 2023
  • Stirling and Clackmannanshire Regional Energy Masterplan

    The Regional Energy Masterplan is a joint City Region Deal project between Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils. It outlines what we need to do to reach a net-zero energy system across the region by 2045, with projects being delivered in five-year phases. Switching our reliance on fossil fuels to renewable energy sources that produce lower or no greenhouse gas emissions is critically important in tackling the climate crisis. It will enable us to tackle fuel poverty by facilitating... More
    Closed 27 September 2023
  • Local Outcomes Improvement Plan

    The Clackmannanshire Alliance , a partnership of organisations across Clackmannanshire, is engaging with communities to help shape the Local Outcomes Improvement Plan for the area. This document sets out the collective priorities that partners will take to improve outcomes for Clackmannanshire and to reduce inequalities. Alliance partners who are working together to develop the plan include Police Scotland, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service, NHS Forth... More
    Closed 31 August 2023
  • Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005: Clackmannanshire Licensing Board - Statement of Licensing Policy 2023

    The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 makes provision for regulating the sale of alcohol and for regulating licensed premises and other premises where alcohol is sold. Clackmannanshire Licensing Board is required to publish a statement of its policy with respect to carrying out its functions under the Act. More
    Closed 31 August 2023
  • Banchory Park Community Asset Transfer Request

    An asset transfer request has been made to Clackmannanshire Council under Part 5 of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015. The request has been made by Tullibody St Serf’s FC and relates to Banchory Park (The Coosie). The request is for long-term lease of the land to build a community football facility. More
    Closed 24 August 2023
  • Clackmannanshire Local Development Plan - Development Plan Scheme

    Clackmannanshire Local Development Plan Review The Council is commencing work on the Clackmannanshire Local Development Plan Review under the new planning system. We expect to adopt this in 2028. The first stage We have published our draft Development Plan Scheme in July 2023 , which details: how we will review the current Clackmannanshire Local Development Plan when we will do this ... More
    Closed 18 August 2023
  • Clackmannanshire Council Self-Build Registration Form

    Under the Town and Country Planning (Scotland) Act 1997 as amended, Clackmannanshire Council is required to prepare and maintain a list of people who have registered interest with the authority with the intention of acquiring land in the authority's area for self-build housing. This list is available on request and will be published and updated every 2 years on the Council's website . More
    Opened 13 July 2023
  • Customer Charter - Residents

    Our Customer Charter outlines the standards we aim to provide. We have updated the Charter to reflect current service standards and customer expectations. The Charter: explains that we will give you the right information when you contact us makes it clear what you can expect from us says what your responsibilities are in return More
    Closed 7 July 2023
  • People Service Vision and Values

    The People Service within Clackmannanshire Council provides services such as Social Work, Child Care and Protection, Education, Criminal Justice, Libraries, Sport and Leisure. More
    Closed 8 May 2023
  • Performance Report 2021-22

    The 2021/22 Performance Report to Tenants on the Scottish Housing Charter is available online and can be viewed on the Council's website. As a landlord we are responsible for meeting the standards and outcomes set out in the Scottish Social Housing Charter. The Charter sets out how to improve the quality and value of services we provide to tenants and other customers, this is why it is important we keep you informed on how we are performing. The report details how this... More
    Closed 31 March 2023
  • Budget Consultation 2023/24 Priorities (Phase 2)

    Local authorities have faced a challenging financial context for over ten years. Since 2013/14 the Council has approved savings of £45 million. Clackmannanshire Council, like all Councils, faces further rising costs, reducing budgets and increased demand for services. Just like your household budget, the Council is experiencing soaring inflation and rapidly rising energy, goods and services costs. For example, in March 2022 we had to budget an additional £877,000 for our annual gas and... More
    Closed 19 February 2023
  • Rent Increase Consultation 2023/24

    Closed 9 January 2023
  • Budget Consultation 2023/24 Priorities (Phase 1)

    Local authorities have faced a challenging financial context for over ten years. Since 2013/14 the Council has approved savings of £45 million. Clackmannanshire Council, like all Councils, faces further rising costs, reducing budgets and increased demand for services. Just like your household budget, the Council is experiencing soaring inflation and rapidly rising energy, goods and services costs. For example, in March 2022 we had to budget an additional £877,000 for our annual gas and... More
    Closed 8 January 2023
  • Lochies School Consultation on Proposed Relocation

    The current Lochies school needs expanded to meet pupils’ needs. A recent paper to Clackmannanshire Council recommends relocating Lochies to a new site within the Alloa Academy catchment area. Having considered a number of sites and consulted with parents the preferred site for the replacement Lochies school is beside The Pavilions Business Park near Redwell Primary school in Alloa. More
    Closed 18 December 2022
  • Early Learning and Childcare Consultation 2022

    From August 2020 eligible 2, 3 and 4 year olds have been able to access 1140 hours of funded Early Learning and Childcare (ELC). Families have a choice on how they wish to access these hours and are able to choose to access them with partner childminders, partner nurseries, local authority ELC settings, or through a mix of different providers (blended childcare). More
    Closed 20 November 2022
  • Kilncraigs Reception

    As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic the public reception at the Council’s headquarters at Kilncraigs has been closed since March 2020. During the period that it has been closed the Council has worked hard to deliver customer services in line with the guidance provided to us by Scottish Government. This has included delivering face to face services in other locations, and increased use of online, digital and telephony based customer services. We are now consulting... More
    Closed 2 October 2022
  • Voting Experience during the Local Government Election 2022

    The Returning Officer is looking for feedback from those who voted or did not vote in the Local Government Election from the Clackmannanshire area. More
    Closed 5 June 2022
  • Period Products (Free Provision) (Scotland) Act 2021

    Scotland was the first country in the world to make period products widely available for free – firstly in schools, colleges and universities, then followed by wider access in communities . More
    Closed 29 May 2022
  • Leisure Services Customer Satisfaction Survey

    We strive to improve and get better in all areas of what we do, however, we can’t get better without your feedback. More
    Closed 15 May 2022
  • Proposed Relocation of Clackmannanshire Secondary and Primary Support Services

    Clackmannanshire Secondary Support Service was previously housed in a Category 'C' listed building from 1875 in Bedford Place, Alloa, which lies within a conservation area. The Bedford Place school building was closed in July 2020, further to an inspection report, and is now a vacant school building, which remains closed due to structural failure of the roof and wall masonry. On Health and Safety grounds, all young people and staff were relocated to The Orchard, Tullibody, the... More
    Closed 1 April 2022
  • Performance Report 2020-21

    For the second year running our Performance Report to Tenants on the Scottish Housing Charter is available online and can be viewed on the Council's website. As a landlord we are responsible for meeting the standards and outcomes set out in the Scottish Social Housing Charter. The Charter sets out how to improve the quality and value of services we provide to tenants and other customers, this is why it is important we keep you informed on how we are performing. This report... More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • Budget Engagement 2022/23

    The Covid-19 pandemic has shown why, more than ever, council services are essential to our everyday lives. The Council continues to be at the forefront of the local Covid-19 response from providing 24 hour social care services every day of the year, critical childcare during lockdown, to ensuring the safe reopening and operation of schools, administering business grant schemes and supporting local testing and vaccine facilities. As we build for a new future... More
    Closed 20 February 2022
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