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Stirling City Centre Design Guidelines - City of Stirling

Stirling City Centre Design Guidelines - City of Stirling

Stirling City Centre Design Guidelines - City of

COUNCIL POLICY N101114 Stirling City Centre Design Guidelines This Policy applied to all Applications to Commence Development in the Stirling City Centre (Town Planning Scheme 38 area) OBJECTIVE The aim of these Guidelines is to provide clarification and guidance on the design considerations and requirements which will be applied to developments in the Stirling City Centre area, in addition to those provided in Town Planning Scheme 38. The objective of these Guidelines coincide with the objectives laid out in the Scheme (cl 1.14). These can be summarised as to create and maintain the Stirling Regional Centre City Centre as: • An Urban (as opposed to suburban) Centre of readily identifiable character; • A functional Centre which is always active and vibrant, and provides a range of activities; • A well serviced, integrated and coherently structured Centre; • A safe, comfortable, attractive and sustainable Centre. In order to achieve this, all developments on both public and private land need to be considered in the context of how they contribute to these objectives. PROVISIONS Key considerations in assessing development applications will be: • Connection between the development and movement (especially pedestrian) networks (current and envisaged); and • Connection between the development and abutting spaces and land uses (current and envisaged); • Contribution of the development to the streetscape and the objectives of creating an attractive, vibrant City Centre. INTEGRATION & STRUCTURE • Setbacks shall comply with Scheme provisions, but should also take into consideration relationship to abutting buildings and relationship to public spaces and pedestrian routes, to provide an integrated form and structure to spaces and buildings. • All developments should address the street and abutting pedestrian routes. Orientation should also integrate with abutting buildings and use. Uses should overlook pedestrian spaces and links wherever possible, to provide a more vibrant atmosphere and passive surveillance. Buildings should relate to pedestrian routes, provide interest, passive surveillance and, where appropriate, shelter. STIRLING CITY CENTRE (TPS38) DESIGN GUIDELINES PAGE 1 OF 5

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