£200 million regeneration to make Stirling, Scotland a cultural & economic leader

The Stirling, Scotland Council has announced plans to transform the city with a new £200 million regeneration plan.

The council said yesterday the plans could make Stirling an “economic and cultural powerhouse”, allowing it to “compete” with Scotland’s other cities.

The job creation plans include a new digital hub in the city specialising in technology development, and a revitalised cultural quarter for the arts and creative industries with a centre and conference space.

The plans also include proposals for a new market space and all-weather performance area, and the development of a parkland area in the shadow of Stirling Castle.

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