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  • Callander Charrette

    The Callander Charrette was a 5-day design led workshop in November 2011, which involved members of the local community, community organisations, and public sector organisations working in the town.

    The Charrette was part of the Scottish Government’s Charrette Mainstreaming Programme, designed to assist in the adoption and delivery of design-led approaches to development, and to help embed Charrette style working in the Scottish planning system.

    The Early Action Plan sets out the agreed actions, which will be taken over the next 5 years to deliver the Callander Charrette.

    Update on Charrette Activities: April 2013

      Public Realm Project
      The current project is focused on new wider paving and moving the bus stop, no detailed proposals have been prepared or discussed with the community in respect of seating or signage in the North Square. This is to be discussed with Community representatives in April and May 2013.

      Transport Scotland are removing the Trunk Road directional sign in the South Square and replacing it with a smaller one closer to the National Park Office – the date for this is still to be confirmed.

      A detailed scheme for the new wider pavement is with Transport Scotland for their approval. Pending approval, works will commence in the second week in May 2013.

      The bus stop is to be moved to outside the Fudge Shop, there will be no lay-by and buses will stop in the carriageway.
      Town Coordinator on Board
      Local resident Sheila Winstone was selected from a number of applicants at the beginning of March 2013. Sheila brings a wealth of skills to the Coordinator role, which is to assist the community in delivering the tasks of the Community Action Plan and Charrette, while supporting the communication and networking of local groups.

      Core funding was attained by LEADER Forth Valley and the People and Community Fund, along with matched funding from the National Park, Stirling Council and community groups.

      Sheila has been meeting with a number of key community groups and is drawing up her priorities for the first year of the project. The new Community Action Plan for 2012-2017 is being used as a base for Sheila’s work programme. The Plan will complement and support the tasks resulting from the Charrette.

      Local Development Plan Charrette
      Work is currently under way on preparing a Local Development Plan for Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. 'Your Park Your Plan' is a year-long initiative giving all those with an interest in the National Park a chance to have their say.
      Callander Charrette Final Report