Improvement Proposals for The Orchard and Newmills

Closed 31 Jul 2013

Opened 26 Jun 2013


Tenants and residents of the blocks 1-19, 2-20, 22-40 and 42-60 The Orchard, and block numbers 13-31 and 33-51 Newmills in Tullibody are being asked about what improvements they'd like to see carried out in their neighbourhood. 
A drop-in consultation event is being held on Saturday 6th July from 10am - 12noon at Tullibody Civic Centre where tenants/residents can have their say on a range of options. There will be demonstrations and samples available on the day.
We will be providing light refreshments for those who attend.  Bring the kids too as we will have a kids corner to help keep them entertained while you give us your thoughts.
Housing, Health and Care Committee Convener Councillor Les Sharp said: "We have a small budget available to make improvements to this area of Tullibody and we'd like to hear from local residents, many of whom are Council tenants, about their priorities."
Improvement options include:
  • Resurfacing and fencing of the drying areas;
  • Creation of new bin bays;
  • Improvements inside closes like high spec paint and/or flooring refurbishment;
  • Internal and external lighting enhancements.
Residents can also get in touch by emailing or calling the Tenancy Management Team on 012459 450000 and letting us know their preferences for improvements, which will be carried out by the end of March 2014. 


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