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The Land at Kersie Road is located adjacent to the small settlement of Throsk and is conveniently placed for the M9 and M80 motorways, with the Cities of Stirling (3.5 miles), Glasgow (29 miles) and Edinburgh (35 miles) all ...
The Land at Kersie Road is located adjacent to the small settlement of Throsk and is conveniently placed for the M9 and M80 motorways, with the Cities of Stirling (3.5 miles), Glasgow (29 miles) and Edinburgh (35 miles) all within easy reach. The land sits amidst open and attractive countryside close to the River Forth and is accessed via the A905 public road linking Stirling to Throsk.
The historic City of Stirling provides an excellent range of shops, including supermarkets and professional services together with good leisure facilities. Just to the north of the City, Bridge of Allan is home to the University of Stirling which includes an excellent Sports Centre and the Macrobert Arts Centre, including a cinema and theatre, which are open to the public.
The land comprises a single field located adjacent to the hamlet of Throsk and benefitting from two access points. The adopted Stirling Local Development Plan (2014) contains a Settlement Statement for Throsk, which allocates the land for the development of approximately 75 dwellings. A masterplan is to be prepared to guide the development of this site and this is to also consider HO81 East of 39 Kersie Road which is allocated for 10 units. Please note H081 is not owned by the Sellers.
The Land at Kersie Road occupies a strategically important location for potential future development purposes subject to gaining the necessary consents. The land is bound to the south by the existing settlement of Throsk and the Bandeath Industrial Estate to the east. The land is currently down to arable ground and has been cropped for cereals under a regular arable rotation.