The communities of Fallin and Throsk will benefit most from this project. It aims to provide a pleasant off road path that allows people to avoid walking along the side of the busy A905. It will also benefit the Fallin Healthy Village and the Stirling Walking Network projects by providing an accessible route between the two villages.
This path will link people in Throsk to the wildlife sites located in Fallin such as Fallin Bing, Wester Moss and further west to Polmaise lagoons, which are all IFLI project sites too.
The path will be especially enjoyable to use as it will allow people to get exceptional views of the Ochils and surrounding Inner Forth landscape.
Update June 2015: This project has now been removed from the IFLI portfolio with agreement of the IFLI Board, because the route is included within a planning note of interest for the East of Fallin area.
The Local Development Plan supports the development of these paths, and the developer application reflects this. The Stirling Council Transport Development Team has responded to the planning application requiring the improvement of the Fallin to Throsk path be undertaken as part of the development.
If you have any enquiries about the application or the proposed upgrade to the path network between Fallin and Throsk, please contact Richard Barron, Senior Access Officer at Stirling Council in the first instance.
Richard can be contacted as follows:
Tel:01786 233 456, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Barron, Senior Access Officer, Transport Development, Corporate Operations, Stirling Council, Teith House, Kerse Road, Stirling FK7 7QA.