Place Standard Tool Drop-In Sessions

Alloa First and Clackmannanshire Council are committed to delivering real improvements to the town centre over the next 5 years and beyond.  It is proposed that a Place Plan is developed to guide and inform future actions.

CTSI are supporting and training communities across Clackmannanshire to carry out this research. We now need your help to ensure we know what needs done to achieve this and make Alloa a more pleasant and enjoyable place to live, work, shop and visit by taking part in the Scottish Government’s Place Standard Tool, which covers 14 questions relating to place.

The drop in sessions are being held:

  • Thursday 31st January – Speirs Centre – 2pm
  • Friday 1st February – Liberal Club – 2pm
  • Thursday 7th February – Liberal Club – 2pm
  • Friday 8th February – Speirs Centre – 2pm

And questionnaires can be found at:

  • The Ladybird Tearoom
  • Smart Specs
  • Kilncraigs
  • Rhona McCallum Hair
  • Speirs Centre
  • CTSI Connect Centre

The questionnaire can be completed online here – https://www.placestandard.scot/start/alloa-consultation-january-2019

The equality survey can be completed online here – https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BHRHPZR

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