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Regeneration move gets under way
Building work has started on a 35m programme to provide homes in Stirling.

The move, which will see the construction of more than 200 flats, is part of the city's 100m waterfront development plans.

The Stirling Council-led project, at Forthside, forms part of wider regeneration proposals including new offices and a conference centre.

The residential development is planned for completion in 2011, with the first homes due to be ready in late 2007.

Stirling Council executive member Margaret Brisley said: "This major project will bring new jobs, new homes and leisure facilities into this unique location for generations to come."


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